Tonight's mix-in was carrot and it seemed to go over well enough. This strange pig will only eat of a regular metal spoon. I've tried plates and I even got some of Momo's baby spoons and he likes mine. Typical but anything to get him to eat. Tonight he ate more than he has in days. Good boy!
Salana, I'm only half joking when I say maybe they stopped carrying BeachNut mango dessert because all of a sudden no one was buying it? If this superfood has the consistency of critical care, how on earth do humans drink it? YUCK.
Now the other thing is I've been looking more for level 2 foods. I thought they might have more fiber? I know nothing about baby foods really.
- Thanks for the Memories
Steve ate off a spoon, too, or directly from the bowl. Try a pointy spoon vs a wide, round one. Easier to direct the food into his little mouth.
Used Carefresh did really well in our garden, too. We also used it to help the grass after we redid our walkway.
- I GAVE, dammit!
I don't use any water when I'm just putting it in a dish - just the pumpkin and the cc.
I do use a touch of steel cut oats for old, very thin pigs to help them maintain weight (about 1 tsp - not a kitchen tsp - in a dish of cc).
Edited to say - oh, I just read your first para - sounds like you've already tried this!
I second the sweet potatoes or baby carrots, although all my pigs prefer the pumpkin.