Minus the high allergy foods like nuts and hard to digest foods like milk?
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Answer by prettymama0607 at 11:39 AM on Jul. 14, 2009
No. Introduce one food at a time to check for reactions, wait three days before introducing another food. Start with the safest foods (avocado is an amazing first food). Veggies should come first, then fruits and grains. Tomatoes/citrus, dairy, wheat, strawberries, eggs, and anything that anyone in your family is allergic to should be held off until a year; whole nuts until 2-3 years; and meat should be held off (ideally) as long as possible.
So really, baby can't really eat what you eat for at least a year.
Super Baby Food is a great book for all your food questions. Even if you don't make your own food it talks about what baby should have- when, how and why.
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