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1 Year old and meat.....

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jessicaandbumpsmummy Tue 02-Aug-05 17:55:03

Jess wont eat meat!!! How can I get her to?! She will eat pasta and veg and fruit etc but meat she wont touch! Refuses point blank to entertain it!!!

ADVICE PLEASE!

Yorkiegirl Tue 02-Aug-05 18:13:44

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compo Tue 02-Aug-05 18:15:18

have you tried things like spaghetti bologniase. It's not as dry as just grilling a piece of chicken for example. Also mash veg, roasted meat and mashed potatoes up. She'll love it!

jessicaandbumpsmummy Tue 02-Aug-05 18:16:38

spag bol has been refused about 8 times! She did love it when she first had it, but now wont touch it. Chicken she will taste and spit out, same with ham.

Might try the mash idea..... sounds like something i would eat!

WigWamBam Tue 02-Aug-05 18:19:33

What about something like corned beef hash, where the meat is mashed up with everything else?

Otherwise, I think I'd be inclined to cook some veggie stuff for her for a couple of weeks, then try again.

jessicaandbumpsmummy Tue 02-Aug-05 18:55:37

anyone else????

Distel Tue 02-Aug-05 18:58:17

What about a roast dinner with low salt gravy, just a little bit of meat to start with.

WigWamBam Tue 02-Aug-05 19:23:05

Would she eat a home-made burger? Just mince and onion mixed up, made into burger shapes and cooked?

Or meatballs?

Twiglett Tue 02-Aug-05 19:25:09

DS was the same .. just give her cheese / beans instead

now at 4 he loves meat

NannyL Tue 02-Aug-05 19:26:20

When my charge was little he loved "whizz whizz" (so we called it!)

It was basically all a roast dinner and a little gracy 'whizzed' for about 5 secs in a mini blender thing!

how about that?
Agree with others..... add it to pasta sauce etc... start really pureeing it (tha sauce that is) as if she wet a baby then slowly make it more lumpy.

also you could do it as cottage pies etc, and put things like baked beasn carrot and gravy and meat in the bottom, slowly adding a tiny bit of very finely chopped mince, then reduce the amoint of carrot / peppers / mushroom / onion / baked beans / peas etc until it gradaully eveolves to be a mroe meaty shepheards / cottage pie!

oops Tue 02-Aug-05 19:35:43

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