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I think Rainesmommy's ideas are great. There is a great book, Super Baby Food, they have tips and suggestions for up to (I think) 3 yrs old. I constantly borrow it from the library. They have vegetarian, and non vegetarian ideas. One veggie food that most people think is great (but it has a lot of additives), is anything Morningstar. It is in the frozen foods area. My doc. recommends for my oldest, (he is a vegetarian), eggs, specifically Omega3 eggs, or ones with DHA in them. THis is great for growing brains. You can make omelets, french toast, egg sandwiches, scrambled eggs, etc. A fake meat that my/kids doc. (naturopathic doctor) recommends is Quorn. It is also in the frozen foods area, and it is pretty tasty with all of the additives. It is also NOT soy, which is a common allergin.
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Oh yeah, I just remembered SMOOTHIES! They are so great for jamming in nutrients, Raine loves them! In hers I usually put bananas, strawberries, blueberries, regular yorgurt, OJ, and some nut butter for protein. I've been toying with the idea of adding a little flax oil, but I don't want to ruin a good thing