Yumi is a part of our family now. I say that because my wife and I are raising a girl and a boy without "the village" it supposedly takes. We have no extended family to help us in Los Angeles and I welcome anything that can afford us the most precious commodity we have with our children: "time". Time away from the market, time away from the kitchen, means more time with my children and wife. Also, parenting offers enough challenges as is, and having the peace of mind that my son is eating a nutrient-dense meal that was tailored to his growing needs takes one weight off of my shoulders.
Lastly, besides the health benefits, another aspect of Yumi I love and did not appreciate until my daughter grew up to where she was eating with us, i.e. eating what we prepared; is that Yumi instilled a culinary curiosity and a broader palate than she would have gotten from our home cooking. One thing you quickly realize as a new parent is that your child is a sponge and will pick up on your habits. And even though I am a healthy eater and consider myself adventurous when it comes to food, Yumi offered my daughter a greater variety of flavors that I would not have been able to replicate preparing the meals myself. In other words, they helped instill better eating habits for my daughter and in the end that is what I am most grateful for. I sincerely could not live without Yumi.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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