In this NEW EDITION hardback copy of Weaning by Annabel Karmel you’ll have the flexibility to adapt the recipes based on whether you’re doing traditional or baby-led weaning. There are also many options for allergy and intolerance substitutions.
The steps involved in introducing your baby to solid food are not set in stone and you may find that she progresses more quickly or more slowly than other babies of a similar age. Some days may be better than others. There will also be times when she only wants her usual milk. Therefore, it helps to understand the basics of weaning and the theory behind it. Armed with knowledge, you’ll be able to develop a method that works for you and your baby.
There are different ways to wean your baby: either the traditional route of giving purées alongside finger foods or baby-led weaning, a method that gives your baby an element of choice and encourages self-feeding from the outset. Annabel talks about the pros and cons of each method, but with the reassurance that there is no right or wrong way – every baby is different and you as the parent will be the best judge of what’s right for your baby. Many of the recipes in the book can be prepared to suit both methods. So, don’t worry if you haven’t decided or maybe your baby will make the decision for you, Weaning by Annabel Karmel has all the tips and recipes you need.
Weaning by Annabel Karmel covers it all.
- Traditional or Baby-led weaning
- Allergen introduction
- Signs of readiness
- Truths and myths
- Critical nutrients
- Special diets
- Reflux, constipation and diarrhoea
- First tastes
- Essential equipment
- Menu planners
- Tastes & Textures
- Foods to avoid
- Combined Flavours and so much more.
In short, What to feed, when to feed, and how to feed your baby.