Make my own. Then I'm certain of its freshness and nutritional value.
It's so much better to make your own. That you you are certain that it is fresh, tasty and nutritional, and you can make your own creations.
I used to puree everything for my baby niece and she just loved it and was always healthy.
Remember the case in which water was being sold as apple juice for babies???
I mostly made my own for my first child (except for some seasonal produce that was hard to get - I would just buy that baby food), but for my second child I bought all of his baby food.
I don't feel that buying was a bad/inferior option for our family, it saved me time so I could attend to both my children's needs, which was important considering that my first was only a toddler himself when the second started on baby foods.
I mostly buy for my baby. But If i got the chance i make some for her.
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