"It's very important to me to feed our baby organic and non-gmo baby food, but unlike with her older brother (who was the only child), I don't always have the time to make everything myself. Especially on nights the rest of the family is having take-out (and I can't just blend up some of our food for her), I find myself grabbing for a pouch. We'd previously used regular shelf-stable pouches, but I was intrigued by the Amara Organic Baby Food. Amara's dehydration process (as opposed to the high heat of other pouches) is meant to maintain nutrient levels, flavor, and texture. I think it's also nice that to rehydrate it, you can use breastmilk or formula for an added nutrient boost. We tried the Corn, Peas, & Carrots, and I was pleased to see it contains 1 mg of iron, which is particularly important for my breastfed baby who needs the extra iron. When I initially opened the pouch, I was a bit skeptical, since the powdered food was very reminiscent of the "dust" on the top of ramen noodles. However, mixed with a little chicken broth and blended chicken (I usually add a home cooked meat on top to make a full “meal”), the texture and smell were both very pleasing. It was a very quick preparation time, as opposed to steaming and blending the vegetables separately, and the food evenly rehydrated without lumps. I could see us bringing the packet out to a restaurant to use. The Amara food was also a big hit with my little one. Even with all these positives, I must confess that the powdered state of the food, even though it is meant to be more nutrient rich, is still a turn off. By it's very nature, it instinctively feels more rather than less processed. I think I would be more on board if it were dehydrated chunky food for an older child (for example with full dehydrated peas, bits of carrots, and corn kernels instead of powdered). We will definitely use all of our packets because it ticks all our baby food boxes: easy to use, organic, high iron, good vegetables, and (most importantly) baby eats it; but I am curious to try out other flavors to see if maybe those don't provoke my visceral "ramen dust" reaction. Thank you weeSpring Parent Panel for sending me the baby food to test and review."