Cauliflower is such a versatile vegetable. It has its own distinct taste, but it can easily be paired with spicy, savory, and even sweeter flavours. Being a cruciferous vegetable, cauliflower is very hearty, and can stand up to sauces and dressings without becoming too soft or mushy, which makes it perfect to use in place of rice.
The foods that are typically introduced to infants around 6 months of age, are pureed, soft, and mushy in consistency, and they tend to be quite bland (from an adult's perspective). To your infant, these bland foods awake their taste buds that have been happily feeding breastmilk and/or formula for the last 6 months. Infants may dive in and become an excellent eating, while others are a little more cautious of these new foods, flavours, and textures, and not be as willing to open up for them.
For more information, check out the full article from Global News here: Babies can start eating spices after 6 months
Constipation is a common childhood problem. It happens often at two points early in a child's life. The first time is generally around the time when baby starts eating solid foods and starts to shift from a full fluid diet to having milk/formula and solids. The second time it commonly occurs is around toilet training. Sometimes children don't like the experience of toilet training, start to hold their bowel movements, thereby causing constipation. Beyond these two more common times, constipation unfortunately, can strike at any point.