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#1 of 2 Old 03-02-2011, 11:36 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Our 1 yo has recently begun eating solids.  I've fed carrots, sweet taters, bananas, rice cereal and baby mum mums.  I'd like to avoid wheat, eggs, and dairy for awhile still.  But. I feel like winter is such a hard time to find good food to feed baby.  (I'd rather not buy premade baby food.)  Any suggestions would be appreciated.  I'm in a rut as far as food to feed the whole family - but want to get a good healthy start for baby.  TIA!

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Celery (with a few teeth esp) works well - numbing for teething also

Cucumbers

Apples/applesauce

Peaches

Mango

Oatmeal

Berries (blueberries always a baby fave here)

Avocado

Beans (black beans another baby fave here)

Plain cooked rice

Winter squashes (spaghetti & butternut liked best here by babies)

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