Mila’s Meals: The Beginning & The Basics

Author Catherine Barnhoorn and her daughter Mila.


Organic Emporium and the Jozi Real food (R)evolution are proud to be hosting the Johannesburg book launch of Mila’s Meals: The Beginning & The Basics by author Catherine Barnhoon on 27 and 28 May.

Both events will commence at 10am at The Landmark Bar at Café del Sol Botanico on the upper level of Bryanston Shopping Centre, corner of William Nicol and Ballyclare drives.

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Mila’s Meals: The Beginning & The Basics is an indispensable book for parents, jam-packed with an abundance of knowledge, food ideas and guidelines complemented by healthy, nourishing family-friendly recipes for baby’s birth years and beyond.

The extensive 500-page book guides parents and expectant mothers with a road map on feeding children and reawakening their own knowledge of eating. It steers the path by dispelling myths on feeding to focus on essential nutrients, their roles and sources, explaining the motivation to remove gluten, refined sugar and dairy from the diet, and bring awareness of feeding your child for long-term health.

Owner of the Organic Emporium store, Debbie Logan believes that it is an essential book for families with children. “The book covers the topics of nutrition for children with it featuring over 100 wholefood recipes free of gluten, dairy and refined sugar,” she said.

“I haven’t come across a book on baby’s first years this joyful, this comprehensive, this progressive, this sensible and this exciting that I am delighted to be hosting Catherine Barnhoon in Jozi for her Jozi book launch. Mila’s Meals is the book that gives you the best tools to give your baby and its sensitive immune system the great start it deserves.”

Samples of the food featured in the book will be available at the launch for parents to taste and take home to their children, who are the ultimate judges of the success of a recipe.

Details: Linda Thompson at [email protected]; 072 054 1179.

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