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    Default Is raw salmon/sashimi ok for babies?

    Can't find anything on it! I guess I could look a little harder but BH is so fast

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    Provided the sashimi is fresh and no bacteria etc I think it's safe. Depends on whether u wanna take the risk..

    Seaweed and vegetarian sushi or cooked meat sushi are totally safe

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    I wouldn't give raw fish under 2. JMO.

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    My DD was eating sashimi/raw salmon at 7/8mths when she flogged my sushi roll.

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    both my kids ate sashimi from a young age, maybe 8 or 9 months old. id make sure it was reputable though, i wouldnt be giving them sashimi from the food court for example

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    Well I've bought it fresh today and making a raw fish salad thing for dinner so was wondering if she can have any...hmmm confused now!! I bought it fresh but how fresh is fresh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    If you would eat it there is absolutely no reason why your child cannot eat it. The only food that is a worry for little ones is honey and that is because of botulism, not allergies.
    I agree!

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    I also think it is fine. Of course you havent followed the fish from the moment it died but if its your local, busy shop and you haven't interrupted the cool chain then there really shouldnt be any concern. I am the same in pregnancy. I eat where I trust them, where I know they are completely sold out by 4 and can see where my food is prepared (in regards to take away). I wouldnt eat somewhere I havent eaten before lol and always worked well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky2006 View Post
    I also think it is fine. Of course you havent followed the fish from the moment it died but if its your local, busy shop and you haven't interrupted the cool chain then there really shouldnt be any concern. I am the same in pregnancy. I eat where I trust them, where I know they are completely sold out by 4 and can see where my food is prepared (in regards to take away). I wouldnt eat somewhere I havent eaten before lol and always worked well
    No not pregnant it's for 8 month old

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    Awesome thanks for the replies xx


 

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