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There are vegetables with all the necessary nutrients for the growing child. Small rounded beans, peas.
One cup of boiled or steamed pea contains vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B6 and vitamin C as well as niacin, folic acid, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, sodium, iron, manganese, selenium and zinc. Peas help boost immunity, and children can become familiar with the taste and feel of vegetables through the consumption of peas.
This time, I introduce some things to be careful about before cooking pea puree for a child.
1. The child must be six to eight months old.
2. Your child must have already eaten a single grain.
3. You may not like pea shells, so you need to filter the sieve and separate the peel from the puree.
4. If your child gets tired of the same puree, you can add a small amount of ingredients such as sweet potatoes, cheese sauce, yogurt grits and yogurt.
5. If you are breastfeeding, you can breast-feed the pea puree.
6. Do not add seasonings such as salt or sugar.
7. Do not put bit, barley, pumpkin or carrot. This can lead to anemia or hemocytopenia with quite high nitrate concentrations.