Aitch wrote:oh yes it WAS about the water, wasn't it? so does that have no bearing on puree at all then?
Aitch wrote:oh well that is interesting... so they are taking in the same amount of carrot but it's making them fuller cos of the water? OR they are taking in the same amount of carrot and it's making them feel fuller cos of water BUT it's making it more digestible? the two things seem to run counter?
scotrail wrote:However, I think it goes to show that mashed foods don't have to be wet, to further complicate things.
scotrail wrote:Can I just add in here that when I make mash (partner and daughter love mashed potatoes, carrots and swede equally, so who am I to argue), I usually don't add liquid, so she can eat it with her hands (that must be maximum laziness, not wanting to be bothered with loaded spoons.. ahem). I just add a bit of butter. I never thought of that as breaching the BLW, but hey, maybe it is? However, I think it goes to show that mashed foods don't have to be wet, to further complicate things.
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