My son had his first popsicle recently and he’s hooked!
Of course buying them from a street cart that uses all organic ingredients isn’t always going to be possible, so it’s time for me to break out the recipes I used while I was pregnant and ROASTING in the NYC heat. Continue reading BPA-Free Popsicle Molds
I seriously don’t know what to make of this:
It’s organic pancake batter in a whip cream type can. I have confirmed that they are now BPA-free cans, but I just really am confused about how I feel about this product. The name itself is pretty funny and I’m always happy to see a convenient way to eat organic food, but isn’t half the fun of having pancakes actually whisking up the batter? It also breaks the Food Rule of “only consume what your great grandmother would recognize as food.”
I don’t want to be negative here so I have no choice but to try this product and report back…
I welcome any of your thoughts on this!
Hey Holly! Thank you so much for the wonderful info! I have 5 month old twin boys and we are starting the adventure into solid foods. I have just started them on cereal for now. I purchased the book “Super Baby Food” and am wanting to make my own food. I wanted to know what you thought of the book and also what you use to store your homemade baby food in. Everything I have seen is plastic. I know you can get some that are bpa free, but I didn’t know if you knew of something better. Thanks for your help! Continue reading Ask Holly: Super Baby Food
Lots of you want information on alternative ways to store and buy food while avoiding BPA. Here are some ideas:
- Buy Food and Beverages in Tetra-Paks
- Store your leftovers in glass containers
- Use Kleen Kanteen and other stainless steel water bottles
- Purchase Fresh or frozen food, then store frozen food in freezer safe glass
And check out Life Without Plastic!