This is my original email:
Sorry for being such a pest but I'm really trying to get this figured out so I can quit bothering y'all! We've got too much invested in all this to ruin it by feeding her the wrong stuff! I want to come up with a week's worth of foods and then just rotate them around.
Can Lily have -
Spices & Baking:
Splenda brown sugar blend
Ideal no calorie sweetener (xylitol)
ideal brown sweetener (xylitol, maltodextrin, molasses, sucralose)
fruit leather (apple puree concentrate, natural lemon juice, natural apple flavor)
Tings crunchy corn sticks (Corn meal, contains one or more of the following: sunflower, expeller pressed canola or corn oil, nutritional yeast, salt)
goat butter (made from goat milk)
buttermilk (made from goat milk and lemon juice or vinegar)
What other hot cereals can Lily eat?
Thanks so much!
Since I wasn't home when the nurse called to give me the answers to my questions, my husband took it upon himself to record the phone message in an email and forward it to my phone.
Here's Ryan's interpretation of the doctor's response:
Dr Goldberg said:
There are no hot cereals that Lily can eat.
He said no flaxseed, no allspice, nutmeg, ginger, cloves, cornmeal, jicama, sunflower, grits, brown sugar blend brown sweetner molasses
Lily may eat air and water. (I made this part up.)
And there you have it.
Air and water.
Two things I know I can safely feed my daughter.