From the Jar or Blender: Which Baby Food Is Best?

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Organic! Homemade! Unprocessed! We as moms are inundated every day with messages of what we should be feeding our kids. But when it comes to a baby’s first foods, what’s really important? Do we need to be spending hours in the kitchen, or is something out of the jar just as healthy?

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