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    Bahahahahaha

    Yeeaahhhh.....I read it like that too.



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    Im sorry, I just have to say something.

    You know how they say the brain doesnt read letters, it scans the whole word and knows the word?.....well my brain scanned this thread title including the * and instantly came up with "my c*ck sucking" I was like WTF?!

    As you were..
    A bit deprived are we

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    Default My cooking suc*s! Recipe help

    Lol @London


    Op, I don't think there's really any need for stock if you're making a stew kind of dinner, babies don't really need rich foods. Not that you should give them bland food, but more-so you don't really need to add salt to their food. If you slowly cook meat and veges together in minimal water it kind of becomes a stock of its own

    But stock is also super easy to make if you want to

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    OP have you tried spelt pasta?

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    Default My cooking suc*s! Recipe help

    I think spelt pasta has gluten but you can buy gluten free pasta or I know quinoa pasta is gluten free?or rice noodles?

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    Default My cooking suc*s! Recipe help

    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    There is a woman's weekly cookbook called "fresh food for babies and toddlers". It has a pink and white striped cover. It's fantastic and guides you on what o introduce when and how to pair things up into tasty purees. I was given it in a hamper my work colleagues put together for me and it has been of great use. worth looking at.
    Thanks Jez! I just ordered it online

    I'll definitely give gluten free pasta a go. Now all I need to do is get organised and also find a stock recipe

    London, thanks for the laugh!!!! What an odd thread that would have been!!!? Hehe

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    My DS loves this
    Smooth ‘N Silky Zucchini, Potato and Apple Puree
    1 medium zucchini (courgette), diced
    1 small dessert apple, cored and diced
    1 medium potato, peeled and diced

    Place the potato dice in a small saucepan and just cover with water. Bring to the boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 5 mins.
    Add the diced apple and zucchini and cook for 3 to 5 mins more, until all the ingredients are fork tender.
    Transfer to a blender and puree or mash.

    I also add a small can of tuna to it for some protein and it still goes down a treat.

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    Oh Cuddles, I'm sure it didn't suck. You know babies are such fickle creatures. Just a heads up GF pasta can go really sticky and - I cook it frequently and it's best al dente, so not so baby-friendly. Rice is a good substitute or quinoa and both freeze well. How about a chicken risotto with grated veg?

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    Default My cooking suc*s! Recipe help

    We also have egg, wheat and dairy allergies.
    We use the gluten free pasta and gluten free noodles.
    What about soy or rice milk? You could make a little chicken/tuna/fish creamy pasta with mashed veg and flaked meat.
    Mine are a little bit older now so I'm trying to remember what we feed them!


 

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