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  Kids & Food: 14 months old need atleast 5 recipes
Name: Asha
Date: 2003-05-09
Hi there:
My little girl is a fussy eater and she is struggling with hard texture solids too. I used to give her any indian food in a paste form(i grind it). Nowadays she is taking if i mash in hands. She is underweight but a very active girl. Please give me 5 recipes for each breakfast , lunch and dinner. Please give me the snack details. First time mom trying hard to raise her.

Thanks all moms
Name: sangeeta
Subject:  healthy recepie
Date: 2003-12-26
hi,My daughter is 10 months old usually I give her mashed banana or grated apple in weetabix with milk & she loves that , so why dont u try this.It is rich in iron
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Name: Hema
Subject:  recipies
Date: 2003-10-29
you can give your daughter dalia. This is good for health and can be given sweat and can also be given as ;
take 1tbsp dalia and 1tbsp dal (any like moong, masoor etc), salt and pressure cook it and add lemon juice and ghee before serving.
You can also add any vegetable (finely chopped) to dalia and dal.
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Name: kavita
Subject:  receipes
Date: 2003-12-29
Dear Hema,

Hi I am kavita a new member. I have a 8 mths old baby.Please suggest some good healthy food receipes for him


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Name: monisha
Subject:  recipes
Date: 2003-09-09
another idea. try spooning her a thick daal till she gets used to the texture. then daal rice can become a regular feature.
also, pressure cook rice and green moong with a little piece of ginger. feed her hot with ghee, remove the ginger
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Name: monisha
Subject:  baby foods
Date: 2003-09-09
does she like sweets? i have been starting a meal for my dottr with a little srikand and roti, then mixing the combination with a little vegetable at a time, till she ends the meal with veg/chicken and no srikand
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Name: seema
Subject:  food list
Date: 2003-06-05
what type of food r u searching for no-veg or veg? if it is veg. u can give her Upma,Sheera,Idli,Dosa,Khichadi etc for breakfast.
Rice-Dal mashed well with little ghee and salt. Rice-Curds with little salt.and any boiled-soft vegetable for lunch,dinner.
some fruit juice in the evening or mashed banana also can be given.
all the best
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