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    Only like Heinz tomato and most of that I would eat with loads of fresh bread

    Will slowly try new things, even if its only 1 thing a week

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    Hello and welcome
    I was going to suggest soup and then I read all the good advice above! Good luck on your journey x

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    Thanks! I will try some soup! What veg haven't got too strong/overpowering taste which I can add spices too disguise? Think that will be my best way forward to try new things at least!

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    You could always do a chicken noodle soup - very little veggies in that and mostly stock! Or make your own tomato, or even a potato and lee - blended so no pieces
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    Quote Originally Posted by haileyhaiz View Post
    Thanks! I will try some soup! What veg haven't got too strong/overpowering taste which I can add spices too disguise? Think that will be my best way forward to try new things at least!
    Cauliflower is not strong tasting.

    I just made a soup for the baby and I...


    1/2 cauliflower,
    1 parsnip,
    2 shallots (could use 1/2 onion),
    1/2 stick celery,
    a few shakes of ginger powder,
    a few shakes of mild curry powder,
    a good shake of garlic powder,
    1/2 green oxo cube,
    enough water to nearly cover the veg.

    Bung it all in a pan. Bring it to the boil then simmer until it is all soft. Blend with the hand blender.

    Delish.

    Ooh I just made up a recipe!
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    Fab thanks! I'll whip this up over the weekend, hubby loves a nice soup so even if I don't like it I'm sure he'll finish it

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