‘Mila’s Meals: The Beginning & The Basics’ is an award-winning 500-page collection of over 100 nourishing wholefood recipes and food ideas for baby’s first years (and the rest of the family too). Free from gluten, refined sugar, dairy and artificial additives. Part cookbook, part nutrition encyclopedia, part journal of the author’s journey into motherhood, Mila’s Meals is a call to action for every parent to be conscious of what they are feeding their little ones, providing a guideline on how to achieve this as effectively, effortlessly and joyfully as possible. It is as much about learning how and what to feed your little one, as it is about RE-learning how to feed yourself.
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Revised and reprinted (due to popular demand), ‘Mila’s Meals’ is now available as a second edition.
The second edition includes: revised recipes, new/updated nutrition information and a comprehensive 11-page index.
Gourmand Best In The World – First Book Category
Gourmand World Cookbook Award – Self-Published Category
Next Generation Indie Book Award – Health/Wellness Category
Reader’s Favorite Award – Non-Fiction Cooking/Food Category
Living Now Award – Cookbooks Natural, Nutrition, Organic, Vegetarian Category
Rubery Book Award Shortlist – Non Fiction
London Book Festival – Cookbook Category
Colour photos for every recipe & a wealth of information including:
• The truth behind common infant food fallacies
• The why, what and how to begin your little one’s lifelong relationship with food
• An exposé of what is really in that convenient, ready-made food and the affect
it has on your child physically, mentally and emotionally
• The importance and maintenance of gut health
• Why no gluten, dairy and sugar
• Essential nutrients, the role they play, and where to find them
• A detailed glossary for every ingredient used in the book
• Over 100 (mostly) uncomplicated recipes made with easy-to-find ingredients
• A reintroduction of essential traditional foods & food preparation techniques
(like sauerkraut, slow-cooked bone broths as well as how and why to soak grains)
• ‘Do-able’ meals for working parents – most of the food can be made in bulk