The thrust of the article describes a family that essentially milled their own baby food -- not out of anything special or out of the ordinary, but from the basic food they eat at their own table.
I love that, for a number of reasons.
First, it means that you will essentially condition your child's tastes to favor the healthy foods that you normally prepare at home.
On the flip side, it also means that, if you are going to share your meal with your baby, you will be more likely to prepare fresh foods for yourself as well.
Finally, if you simply mill up the food you are having at the dinner table, you will not be having the foods produced at a factory somewhere, from ingredients that you are unsure of.
For us to change the culture of health in a positive direction, a good start is for us to return to the family table ... from the beginning ... especially for our kids.