s'ok, or not?
s'ok, or not?
gosh I don't know on that one...
I think they are on the healthiest foods list...
I'm sure my kids had them about 9-12 months as I use them in cooking.
they say 8-10 months on this web page...
from that link
Decide on a schedule for new foods.
You don't need to worry too much about what foods you start on what schedule. In fact, you should stay flexible and watch how well your baby accepts new foods. A good schedule allows four to seven days between introductions of each new food. Some parents prefer to start with a bit of mashed banana. Some prefer warm cooked cereal. A few like to begin with mashed bits of sweet potato or avocado.
The process of starting new foods ought to take three to six months. It ought to be one at a time, slow and steady.
My son loves mushrooms!
Caylen Koen Chew (25/05/06)
Lost No.2 in Aug 2008 ... Lost No. 3 in May 2009 Hoping for another ... Enjoying No.1
We have been feeding mushrooms for a couple of months now. I never thought anything of it until my mom said, when I fed DD one, she isn't supposed to eat those, is she!?
I said we have been feeding them to her for a couple of months without any problems.
Mom to Lainey (11-8-06)
I never even thought about that. My LO had her first mushrooms several months ago. She loves stuffed mushrooms. I was surprised. But she never seemed to have any problems.
DD loves fresh mushrooms, but doesn't care for cooked as much (on pizza or in spaghetti). I just slice them thin and she gobbles them up. HTH
The reason i asked is that a mushroom is fungi. Just because of the sheer amount of things he is allergic to, and how horribly sick i get from mold and stuff... I don't know. I can eat them, but I wasn't sure. I'm going to try strawberries when I go into Berkeley next week. There is a children's hospital right there just in case.