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Lisa Gas agree to an extent but the Mama Barista’s Nectar of the gods Shirt times I made my own I kept saying gee. It’s also nice for the people that don’t want to do their own food to have brands they can count on. The companies want to distribute more food, have a long expiration date, and have been the cheapest option.
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Lisa Gas But I’m sure that Mama Barista’s Nectar of the gods Shirt would prefer buying something from Amazon than paying 15% 30% more from a local vendor. It’s sad we can’t trust manufacturers to produce and package food for our most precious treasures. I made homemade baby food for my little one but not everyone has the time.
Ana Carla Sinclair Pulitzer so can eucalyptus as it pulls gold from Thee earth and gets on The tips of Thee leaves, and some koalas poop gold. SimplePatricia Hereon Great, so you made your own, now start fighting for Theose who can’t because Theey have to hold down two jobs just to pay rent, and because companies have an obligation not to poison children. I low key expected Theis to come from a Patricia Hereon I always cooked for my babies.
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Ana Carla Sinclair Pulitzer so do all the Mama Barista’s Nectar of the gods Shirt and trees its why we are eating them. Underground water can carry the toxins, ground that was sprayed with insecticide years ago still have those toxins even if not used now. Kelly Jordan Nelson Even organic fruits and veggies can have high levels of harmful toxins in the soil itself.
Kelly Jordan Nelson you are right at least here in Canada baby food jars can cost (twice) than fresh veggies and fruits, I buy seasonal veggies and fruits and is not so expensive. Homemade food isn’t any better than store bought and won’t protect you from this. Rachel Schroeder We were poor camp; my mother managed to mash baby food with a fork you don’need a food processor.