I know what you mean. The rye ones were the best from memory in terms of those things - where on earth do I get the other ones from? I'd be very interested
Im lucky enough to live near a great organic shop and buy the Ecor or Organ brand ones ( amaranth, spelt or quinoa crisp bread) maybe Woolworths might have some in their Macro organic label? Or if your near Rozelle or Cammeray in Sydney - About Life is the biggest ( and best!) organic super market
Clyon thank you so so much for this thread and sorry to hijack but thanks to all of you ladies I just gave my 6 month old a piece of Vegemite toast rather than purée and she loved it she ate most of it and didn't even gag. I've been to scared to give her anything but purée thinking she'd choke. I'll stop with purees now🙉 I gave her oats as well though can't believe how much she eats compared to my first.
I have a 5 1/2 month old who hasn't had any food yet. When I do start should I go straight to finger foods or should you start with some puréed food?
It's great that they're making alternatives now that never existed a few years back - I'll look out for them next time I go for a shop. I haven't bought any for our youngest yet as we've been away and when our next one up was that age there weren't any alternatives in the main stores as it's been quite a gap.
Elijah's mum - it would be sooo nice to have an organic store around here. Unfortunately we don't frequent Sydney often.
When we were on holidays last year we took the kids to an organic cafe/store for afternoon tea and they loved it. Meanwhile DH's BIL's refused to buy their kids anything from the store as they didn't think it would taste any good or sugary enough!
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