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Promoted 07-13-2016 by qwikwit at 02:30 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 12-Count 2.5oz Earth's Best Organic Stage 1 (My First Veggies Variety Pack) for $7.72 after 'clipped' 25% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checking out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks neelakash21

Note, must be logged into account. You may cancel Subscribe & Save anytime after your order ships. Coupon is usually limit one per customer/account. Contains 4 jars each of Sweet Potatoes, Peas & Carrots


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Save 15%, as opposed to the standard 5%, on this month's Subscribe & Save items when you subscribe to 5 or more items during your current subscription month. -qwikwit

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Edited July 13, 2016 at 11:57 AM by annie930ny
Amazon.com has Earth's Best Organic Stage 1 Baby Food 12 pack 2.5 oz jars (My First Veggies/Fruits Variety Pack) when you clip 25% off coupon and combine with 15% S&S.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FFJ3...etail_page

Veggies: 4 jars each of Sweet Potatoes, Peas & Carrots
Fruits: 4 jars each of Bananas, Apples & Pears

The veggies variety pack comes out to $6.62 and the fruits variety pack comes out to $5.08. Walmart prices on these are $12.37 (veggies variety) and $8.47 (fruits variety) respectively.

The coupon works on multiple orders. I've ordered 2 of each variety pack and got the 25% to work.
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In for one veggie--thanks.
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There are a bunch of EB items eligible for the 25% coupon [amazon.com]: the jars of food vary between 2.5 and 4 ounces of food each; the pouches are 3.5-4.2 oz. There is also EB formula, rice/grain powder, and toddler snacks. Hopefully the link goes to the right place but they are all under the 25% S&S coupon.
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These are great for travelling but for normal days at home, it's way cheaper to make your own. It's super easy too.
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i bought quite a few especially to take to the baby sitter, THANKS!!
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#7
Looks like Soylent Fetus.
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Does anyone have any experience with how far out the expiration date usually is when purchasing this type of product from Amazon?
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Quote from 0DealMaster0 View Post :
These are great for travelling but for normal days at home, it's way cheaper to make your own. It's super easy too.
It is cheaper, should you have a steamer and food processor already purchased. Babies are expensive, and not everyone has the luxury of having all the necessary tools at their disposal to make their own food.

Quote from QueenMegz View Post :
Does anyone have any experience with how far out the expiration date usually is when purchasing this type of product from Amazon?
I bought 5 sets of these at different times, and the closest expiration date I can recall was 4 months ahead, but that only happened once. The rest was almost a year.
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Quote from Crystalynne View Post :
It is cheaper, should you have a steamer and food processor already purchased. Babies are expensive, and not everyone has the luxury of having all the necessary tools at their disposal to make their own food.



I bought 5 sets of these at different times, and the closest expiration date I can recall was 4 months ahead, but that only happened once. The rest was almost a year.
Steamer and food processor? Try boiling some veggies in a pot, and mashing them with a fork. Also, you can make large batches and freeze them into smaller portions for later. No "luxury of having all the necessary tools" needed.

That being said, this post looks like a good deal on better than average baby food.
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Quote from Brigggggz View Post :
Steamer and food processor? Try boiling some veggies in a pot, and mashing them with a fork. Also, you can make large batches and freeze them into smaller portions for later. No "luxury of having all the necessary tools" needed.

That being said, this post looks like a good deal on better than average baby food.
Yeah, that "necessary tools" comment was silly. I make my own baby food, too, but like some on hand for if we go somewhere unexpectedly.

You should steam or bake vs boil, though. More nutrients left in that you don't drain off. And as fortunate as I am for buying a Vitamix, any old $20 blender will do. It's mushy food to start with! And I use ice cube trays for portions.
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Last edited by MAK1981 July 13, 2016 at 03:11 PM
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Amazing Deals sure
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Quote from MAK1981 View Post :
Yeah, that "necessary tools" comment was silly. I make my own baby food, too, but like some on hand for if we go somewhere unexpectedly.

You should steam or bake vs boil, though. More nutrients left in that you don't drain off. And as fortunate as I am for buying a Vitamix, any old $20 blender will do. It's mushy food to start with! And I use ice cube trays for portions.
I thought that about boiling, too, but then I read this:

http://nutritionfacts.org/2015/11...-potatoes/

Now I'm wondering about boiling some things...
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Looks like a good deal, thanks.
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Nice deal.
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