I made Japanese sweet potato puree for Ginger’s first solid food. She loves it. Garnet and Jewel work too, but they aren’t as creamy in taste or texture as the Japanese sweet potato. Besides, Japanese sweet potatoes were the only kind my health food store had a few days ago – so there you go
I put two washed sweet potatoes (poked with a fork) in the crock pot with some water to cook. I prefer the moisture of sweet potatoes that have been steamed in the crock pot. Keeping the oven off is an added bonus.
If you live near me, and you want to buy fresh homemade baby food, check out the Longmont Farmers Market. Last weekend I met a gal there named Mia, selling organic baby food in small glass jars. Mia also offers catering for new mothers. What a great idea.
I know some of you will ask what foods to feed baby and when to begin feeding them. For the answer to that question I refer to my friend Ali’s cookbook, The Whole Life Nutrition
Kitchen. <—that’s what I’m following for Ginger