Q: Do you have baby food? I'm looking for organic meat baby food. Thanks. Regards, CC
A: For starters, let me get this off my chest. lol
Simply being "organic" is not the answer to whether something is appropriate to eat or not. Most organic food stuffs are horrible foods to eat. All foods are chemical. The chemistry of each food item far and away outweighs whatever else there is. In addition, some of the worst toxins in our foods are 100% organic. All pathogens are organic! Therefore organic is never a singular answer for food safety, nutrition, or chemical free. The answer about which foods to eat are here: Food Analysis.
Yes! We have a baby food. Ground meat will work wonders. Crumple it and cook it in water to an internal temperature of 160 degrees. Water boils at 212. The meat does not need to get that hot. Place the cooked meat in a blender or food processor and puree, slowly adding water if needed and puree further until a smooth consistency is created.
Add as much liquid as needed to make a consistency appropriate for your baby. You may add appropriate veggies such as boiled spinach, kale, collards, and broccoli as you like. It should end up being like a soft paste. You will have to experiment at first. I don't do it myself. lol
Grass-fed meat has 100% of the nutrient requirements a body needs in perfect balance. The perfect balance is dependent on not over cooking. That is the internal temperature of the meat should reach 160 degrees but not exceed that temperature. All foods lose nutrient value when cooked too much. Grass-fed meat with boiled spinach, kale, collards, broccoli, and zucchini squash (and similar veggies) are a perfect food for a baby other than mother's milk. Serve it for every meal. The baby is not tuned into a wide variety of tastes so what may seem boring to you, will work for the baby. Also, in time, the baby will easily make the transition to The Real Diet of Man not knowing that he has bypassed all the damaging grain-based, high glycemic foods other mothers are feeding their children.