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    Jem&Dal
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    baby food

    Post  Jem&Dal on Tue 18 May 2010, 10:31 am

    Hey,

    I want to start my son on solid food (lunch) but am worried what to give him! Just wondered if anyone has any ideas? I want to make my own food for him as i've bought a baby blender! So cute.

    Any suggestions would be great. Thanks

    jem

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    Re: baby food

    Post  loopy on Tue 18 May 2010, 1:09 pm

    HI

    I used to do Chicken with spinach starting with no lumps then making lumpier , Actually what ever we were eating as a family (within reason) used to be blended.. No mucking about then !!

    Good Luck Smile Smile
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    Re: baby food

    Post  Jem&Dal on Tue 18 May 2010, 11:16 pm

    wicked. thanks loulou

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    Re: baby food

    Post  caroline on Fri 28 May 2010, 6:47 am

    Hi Gem,
    Just noticed your post. I used to cook and blend all my own meals, to start with i'd lightly cook a variety of vegetables in different combinations (not salted)and then blend them to the consistancy i needed by slowly adding the liquid they were cooked in. If you ever need to use ready prepared for any reason, i can recommend the Babylicious range (Check website for info and stores that stock it) they are nutricious and tasty, as good as homemade. Wish they did an adult range !!!!!!! Hope this has been of any help Smile

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