Tinned tuna?

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  1. Jajis

    Jajis Well-Known Member

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    My son is just over 11 months, and I was just wondering whether he can have tinned tuna? And if so, how much of it, and how often?!

    I absolutely hate tuna, I hate the smell, the taste and the texture, and I think it's partly because my Mum hates it so she never fed it to me as a child!
     
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    I gave James some yesterday, he isn't eating much yet so I didn't measure quantities. I put out half a tin and the cat ate most of it - after James was done of course!

    Make sure you get the one in spring water (not brine)

    xxxxxx
     
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    Yes C actually really likes fish and we have given him
    Tina in spring water xx


     
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    I think you can only give a portion of salmon, mackerel, tuna etc twice a week. Other white fish is ok though to give as often as you like
     
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    Jajis Well-Known Member

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    Thanks all of you :)

    I've got some in spring water in the cupboard as that's what OH eats, so I'll give the small boy a try with it some time and see what he thinks - if I can deal with having to smell it myself that is :lol:
     
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