I'm confused on the recommendations. I know it's no honey until one but that's the only thing I'm sure of. Also no salt. Bloody anabel karmel has confused me so now I'm blw with my 6month dd I think 'really? She can really have meat now? And wheat?'
Nah that's just for pregnancy I think. It really is just honey! And of course choking risks, so peanut butter is okay, but whole nots aren't. Slivers of apple, a whole apple, or steamed chunks of apple are okay, but raw chunks of apple can be a risk. Same with raw carrots until you're confident she can chew.
DS was gumming away on steak at 6 months - it was great
Nuts they've changed their tune on now I think - best to check with HV if you have history of nut allergy in the family though.
AK is a nutjob. Cow's milk is fine in cooking, on cereal etc, as long as she's still having breastmilk and/or formula as her main drink. It should be full cream if possible, also for things like yoghurt, fromage frais and cheese, buy the full fat versions rather than low fat if you have the choice.
nuts are fine unless you have a history of nut allergy in the family which would tend to make you more cautious. My son loves peanut butter on toast, he's 9.5mo. Also its fine to use cows milk to cook with and dairy products in the same way you do as an adult, just not to replace your baby's usual BM/formula feeds with cows milk until a year old.