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daisy1 Sun 13-Mar-05 17:43:08

Anyone know where I can buy baby gravy for my 6 month dd?

lilsmum Sun 13-Mar-05 17:44:45

daisy, i want to know too, i know boots used to sell it ut they discontinued it!!, i have looked everywhere and have never found it yet

Blackduck Sun 13-Mar-05 17:48:40

Cow and Gate used to make it but have stopped...
hers their suggestions...http://www.cowandgate.co.uk/en/article.asp?chco_id=5184

Twiglett Sun 13-Mar-05 18:03:38

why do you all need gravy??

fairyfly Sun 13-Mar-05 18:12:57

I would say gravy for my baby instead of baby gravy,
slightly less dodgy

HappyMumof2 Sun 13-Mar-05 20:08:38

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Enid Sun 13-Mar-05 20:09:35

Why on earth would you want to give them gravy??

Enid Sun 13-Mar-05 20:11:23

cow and gate have discontinued it but there is a recipe on their website - mm sounds lovely

lilsmum Tue 15-Mar-05 09:17:11

why can no one have a simple answer on here???? its quite simple, if you know where they sell "gravy for a baby" then just answer with where, if you dont, then dont answer!!there is 2 separate posts asking WHY? why not? our kids, our choice!!!!!! not interested in your loaded questions thanks

Newbarnsleygirl Tue 15-Mar-05 09:22:15

Our chemist still sells it, asda and boots. I'm sure I've seen it in Tesco as well.

lilsmum Tue 15-Mar-05 09:23:43

thanks newbarnsleygirl, at last someone who can give a simple. straight answer without looking down your nose

Newbarnsleygirl Tue 15-Mar-05 09:30:54

No probs. I think it's cow and gate and they do chesse sauce as well but I find it tastes a bit strange and no matter how much powder you use it's always really runny.

A tip for the gravy, use really hot boiled water otherwise the powder doesn't dissolve properly.

Twiglett Tue 15-Mar-05 17:17:38

um because IME gravy is an unusual thing to need for a 6 month old baby and by asking why you need gravy I was wondering if I could come up with any alternatives for you that would be easier to get hold of

but I'll just fuck off shall I

Twiglett Tue 15-Mar-05 17:21:23

actually wrong emotion icon am not am bloody

remind me not to use these boards to try and help other people in future will you

Cod Tue 15-Mar-05 17:25:09

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nutcracker Tue 15-Mar-05 17:27:49

What on earth.......

That was a bit OTT Lilsmum

Although i don't quite understand what is wrong with giving a 6mth old baby gravey. I used to mix a bit into veg for my kids.

Cod Tue 15-Mar-05 17:28:54

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mummytosteven Tue 15-Mar-05 17:31:02

not into gravy myself, but can see that it could be useful to moisten meat and things to help encourage the little uns to eat.

Twiglett Tue 15-Mar-05 17:31:09

...and ...and Enid followed her post with a helpful link for you

don't know why I bloody bother sometimes, really I don't

maria1966 Tue 15-Mar-05 18:00:52

Hi,i used to make my own gravy or stock for rissitos using a tub of powdered swiss boullion by marigold i believe,less salt than stock cubes.I got it from a health food store but i think most supermarkets stock it now.

debs26 Tue 15-Mar-05 20:59:43

dont know if you would go for this but there is some cow and gate gravy for babies on ebay at the moment (found it whilst looking for baby gate)

lucy5 Tue 15-Mar-05 21:02:26

bought in boots once but was disgusting.

lilsmum Tue 15-Mar-05 21:24:05

look i am sorry if i seemed abit ott before,i was very defensive, just sometimes people are very critical on here, and seems to question every little thing

i am sorry twiglett and enid

Twiglett Wed 16-Mar-05 22:13:46

thankyou lilsmum

I in turn am sorry I got snippy about it

hope you find what you need

lilsmum Wed 16-Mar-05 22:15:52

twiglett,i hope i am forgiven, dont know what is wrong with, me lately lol

i am really sorry xx

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