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Vegetable stock and salt content...

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EdieMcredie Mon 22-Sep-08 13:05:33

Made a casserole last night which we had, my 12 month DD had it too. Noticed that the stock I used has a high salt content and am now worried about this-have frozen some too and was going to give her some more for lunch.

Should I not give it to her?

pobletsmum Mon 22-Sep-08 15:30:16

I don't know whether it's the 'right' answer, but I would give it to her this once, then use a low/no salt stock cube next time you make the casserole. I bought some 'baby stock cubes' for DD at Boots (baby aisle), but have previously bought Kallo stock cubes from a supermarket/health food shop.

EdieMcredie Mon 22-Sep-08 16:30:19

Thanks! Yes I gave it to her-tried to drain some of the stock out and added some milk.

Will try the kallo stock cubes from now on!

pobletsmum Tue 23-Sep-08 13:18:29

Glad she didn't go hungry!!!!

Not sure whether it was clear from my other post, but Kallo do various types of stock cubes, not all low salt. WHen I had the low salt ones, I think the packet was blue.

pobletsmum Tue 23-Sep-08 13:18:30

Glad she didn't go hungry!!!!

Not sure whether it was clear from my other post, but Kallo do various types of stock cubes, not all low salt. WHen I had the low salt ones, I think the packet was blue.

JuneBugJen Tue 23-Sep-08 13:19:23

Otherwise the low salt Marigold Bouillion powder is good.

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