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    Thankyou so much elijahs mum

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    So if I buy fruit medley, it could potentially have these in it elijahs mum? I'm thinking it's going to take a while to get my head around it?

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    Default Trying to change from package foods to homemade

    I just looked up fruit medley and it contains sulphites - 220 which you definitely want to avoid - all dried fruit contains sulphites unless you buy organic which will be sulphite free

    It will take time but totally worth it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1991 View Post
    2little2munch what sort of things are you now feeding him!
    Brekki: porridge with golden syrup, or scrambled eggs with cheese
    Lunch: sandwich on wholemeal bakers delight bread with tuna and cream cheese, or natural peanut butter
    Dinners have been tricky, trying to change what we usually have into additive free. A lot of the time I just need to switch brands which is good. We've been having a lot of chicken and veg though
    Snacks: fruit, milk arrowroot biscuits, cruskits, five am vanilla yogurt, cheese, plain chips or home popped popcorn. I'm slowly gathering recipes that I can freeze for easy healthy snacks, just need to find time to make them.

    For those of you that know more about what additives to avoid, please let me know if I'm slipping up somewhere.

    Also I've found a company that have an additive free shopping guide you can buy, I've found it so so handy. Don't think I'm allowed to mention what it is on here but pm me if you like 😊

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    Has anyone tried the TRTLMT recipe for fruit filled cereal bars? Or another one that works? Could they be stored frozen?

    Both my kids love this style of museli bar, so thinking it would be great to make them.

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    If you are on FB have a look at Additive Free Pantry, Cut Out The Crap and Wholefood Mum.

    Additive Free Pantry bring out a little book that lists what food are additive & preservative free that you can buy at Woolworths, Aldi & Coles. She also does an information night which is very informative.

    The Road To Loving My Thermomix has some great recipes for snack type foods.

    Cut Out The Crap have bought out 4 amazing cookbooks which I love and use for a lot of my cooking.

    We have been additive & preservative free for nearly 2 years and I am still learning new things everyday about the crap we put into our bodies.

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    Will check them out thankyou

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    @Stretched I have tried them and they're yummy! I'm not convinced they'd freeze that well, although I haven't tried it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    @Stretched I have tried them and they're yummy! I'm not convinced they'd freeze that well, although I haven't tried it.
    I think I'll give these a go on my day off on Wed. Good to know they work!

    I also want to try to make some 'shape' style crackers, I love the seed cracker recipe I posted earlier but want something that tastes a little less wholesome! I'm thinking parmesan and paprika might work. Anyone else have some flavour ideas?

    I made my own wheat tortillas for tonight's dinner. I've done indian style flatbreads before, but never anything this thin. Next time I'm making a double-batch to freeze lots as they were pretty time consuming.

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    Oh my. I've never looked at trtlmt website before. I don't have. A thermie, so thought it was not applicable to me. I think I'm in love!


 

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