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Old 08-19-2003, 10:59 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I forget which they can have before a year....the whites or the yolks. Anyone??
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they can have yolks

i fed my dd runny yolks from cage free orcanicly raised hens. if they are soft boiled the enzymes stay alive. thats just what i heard...
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Yep, whites are allergenic. I think the 'recomended' age of introduction on whites is 2 yrs.

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Old 08-19-2003, 11:46 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Really? I would have thought I had to cook them all the way hard. I also buy eggs from organically raised hens. So I can feed them runny?
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Yeah, the yokes are good. My pedi recommended starting them for DHA and for iron. Jakob really likes them too...you can actually feed it raw...runny is barely cooked at all anyway. I mix in a little bm and he has really been loving it!

 

 
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I would cook it completely and then mash it up. I've heard that kids really aren't supposed to have anything with raw eggs in it. They could pick up a bacteria that wasn't killed by cooking, get sick, etc.

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I fed ds (8 months) some rice pudding last week and then noticed it has eggs in it. The next day he broke out in a rash all over his body. He's had hard cooked egg yolk, though, before and really likes it.
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