Ooo forgot to add she hates salad lettuce, cucumber and tomatoes but loves chick peas i put into the salad lol
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15-02-2013 14:48 #11Senior Member
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Re: 3 yr old that won't try fruit
15-02-2013 14:54 #12
We have the same problem, at least he will eat banana (cos it's the sweetest fruit!) he's a great eater too, he'll eat spicy food and veggies but not plain fruit! it may be partly our fault as DH and I don't eat fruit. Ever. DH is allergic to most raw fruit and I just don't like it! I may try freeze dried ( cant be bothered to drive to Bondi though!) maybe the local Heath food shop?
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15-02-2013 22:56 #13Senior Member
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There is some freeze dried apple in the baby section of most big supermarkets (Bellamy's is the brand). I have also found another brand, cheaper, in the dried fruit section.
i have also found freeze dried strawberries and banana, I think that was in the organic section but don't quote me.
keep it well sealed or it looses its crunchy texture. Freeze dried fruit is normally crispy without being hard iykwim. You could try telling DD that they are chips, cause they are chips of fruit?!
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15-02-2013 23:18 #14
There is freeze dried apple in the dried fruit section of Woolworths (I have never been able to get it in Coles). This week they had it on special for 99c so I stocked up. Each packet has 1 1/2 apples in them. They are usually on the very bottom shelf though. Our Woolworths was always sold out so I spoke to the manager and they now get stock in it is great.
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