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    The most recent recommendations are 1-1/2 serves a day of calcium rich food up to age 4 - 1 serve is 200g of yogurt or 2 slices if cheese so honestly milk is more great marketing than a dietary requirement!

    My DS has never had milk as a drink but does eat yogurt and cheese and gets calcium from other sources like seeds, nuts , chia seeds, kale , salmon and small amounts in all fruit and veggies and breads

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    wow. that's great to know. might see if he likes ricotta!
    An old italian neighbour made DD little star pasta, cooked it till well done, tuned heat off, drained but left a cm of water in the pot, spooned in ricotta then left lid on pot for about 10mins.
    Was consistency of rice pudding/risotto and DD could not get enough of it.
    As a 4yo that's still my go to meal for her when I'm lazy. I mix in peas and chopped ham or chicken.
    Give it a try.

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