Great information in this book. The reason I did not give it fully five stars is that she almost goes in to too much detail (e.g. how to get air out of baggies). However, overall, this book is extremely useful and the information valuable.
for every mom- not just the one that plans to make her own baby food
While there is a lot of great information in this book, the layout is ridiculous. It is very hard to find what you are looking for. The words are jammed together in some places and there are a few pages of just running text with a small bullet dividing different ideas. If you have the patience to sift through this book (with a hungry child, no less) by all means get this book.
Additionally, some of the recipes are a bit over the top. I get wanting your child to eat healthy and have wholesome, fresh foods and whole grains. But there is a recipe for super flour that you are suppose to use... what I'm saying is the book gets pretty involved. Some of the ideas for getting your child to eat are handy (when you can find them in the book), but some are so, well, absurd for parents to do for their 1+ year old child. A watermelon basket comes to mind, but there are others.
The book does have a crazy amount of info and ideas so I gave it 3 stars. It's not the book's fault that I don't have the patience to sift through it.
Oh yeah. Lots of typos. The book retails at 19.99 US dollars and I would be angry if I spent 20 bucks on a book with this many typos. But that's just me.