Which is the best food for my baby
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When baby is ready to eat real food, serve real food! While many parents start with grains, why not start with veggies? Steam the item and puree with a Mouli food mill (inexpensive, easy to use and easy to clean) - here's one on amazon http://www.amazon.com/Food....
Begin with very small amounts (a few teaspoons) of a single food at a time, without any flavorings. Every few days you can add another food to the ever-expanding menu. If baby rejects a food, stop serving that item - though you can try again at a later date and it might be fine. By serving one at a time, you can be sure baby doesn't have any reactions. Soon baby will be a toddler, joining you at the table.
Anything you can make yourself is absolutely the best! If not, I am a huge fan of Happy Baby products.
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