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    Default Honey Soy Chicken

    DS2 is almost 11 months old can he eat honey soy chicken? He eats everything we eat and so I didn't even realise until just now when I was putting it in the oven.
    Any ideas??

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    I know they say they cant have honey till 12 months, but I think he will be fine.

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    It's being cooked and not given to him in a raw/pure state, so it should be ok I would imagine. I don't give my kids any honey until they are two years old, but would happily give them cooked honey soy wings.

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    The latest recommendation is not to delay certain foods at all, I'm sure it's fine

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    Thanks so much everyone, I am sure he will be fine, I just had a bit of freakout moment lol

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    I'm pretty sure infant botulisim is rare but I think it's like the listeria and pregnant women recommendations , it's rare but can happen so better to hold off

    Waiting until 12 months has nothing to do with allergies its because their gut can't handle the botulisim toxins ( commonly found in honey) and I think it has to be extreme heat to kill the spores but next time instead of honey try maple syrup instead!


 

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