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Where can I buy baby pasta, please?

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Zombie thread and reported!

DiscoDonkey Wed 10-Apr-13 22:16:44


DiscoDonkey Wed 10-Apr-13 22:16:29

Wouldn't happen to be an eBay seller would you Perez?

ilovepowerhoop Wed 10-Apr-13 22:13:15

this thread is nearly 6 years old!

pereznqhgu Wed 10-Apr-13 09:56:10

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Pannacotta Mon 10-Sep-07 11:10:46

Hadnt seen one of these threads before so didnt quite get the wet fish thing MrsB!

Dinosaur Mon 10-Sep-07 10:58:58

We haven't had this for ages.

bagpuss Mon 10-Sep-07 10:58:44


MerlinsBeard Mon 10-Sep-07 10:57:50

we havenlt had a baby pasta thread for aaaaaaaaaagesgrin

seriusly though i wouldn't bother paying an extra pound for it and just chop up ordinary pasta.

Beetroot Mon 10-Sep-07 10:57:36


MrsBadger Mon 10-Sep-07 10:56:46

Pannacotta, you're spot on - reminds me of the HV who was staggered to see a baby eating 'human food'.

this is an oldie being funny

(hence the fish - I wouldn't have done that to a genuine query...)

Pannacotta Mon 10-Sep-07 10:53:33

What's wrong with ordinary pasta? "Baby pasta" sounds like yet another baby rip off.
Babies are small people not aliens with special diets! (sorry for the rant)

Nip Mon 10-Sep-07 10:49:01

In Tescos they sell tiny tiny pasta pieces suitable for babies.. and it only costs about 35p

devonsmummy Mon 10-Sep-07 10:48:11

I get mini pasta shells from tesco - the type used in pasta salads for my DS

Scoobi6 Mon 10-Sep-07 10:41:41

Boots sell the annabel karmel gluten free stuff, its with all the other baby food

But if your baby is old enough and already eating foods with wheat in, bits of normal pasta are fine. Bash up spaghetti if he or she won't eat bigger pieces.

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MrsBadger Mon 10-Sep-07 10:40:49

[brandishes large wet fish]

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HelloImNew Mon 10-Sep-07 10:39:46

I can't find it anywhere.

TIA smile

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