Rice rusks

Dijana - posted on 10/30/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )

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What are the rice rusks and where can I get them?

And how early can my baby have them?

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AMBER - posted on 05/16/2013

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r these safe for my 5mth old to chew on as a snack while teething? he already has 2 teeth since 4mth and working on another set..

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I dont know about "rice" rusks - but rusks are just biscuits that are baked until super hard for babies to chomp on to relieve theit teething discomforts.We just get ours where the baby food is at the local supermarket. My daugher started taking an interest in them at about 6months. If you want to try them then get a pack - if bub doesnt want them now then they may want them later - they keep well

Amy - posted on 10/31/2009

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They are called mum-mums and they can be found at the Super Wal-Marts in the baby food aisle by the snacks and teething biscuits. They come in plain and vegetable flavors. I don't remember the exact age I gave them to my son but it was after he had a few of his teeth come in, so probably around six to seven months. He absolutely loves them, and they aren't anywhere near as messy as the biscuits. He is 13 months old now and still likes to snack on them.

Candice - posted on 10/31/2009

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those can be found at any walmart for sure, in the baby food aisle. some kids love them, my daughter didn't. they are usually old enough to start eating some chunky baby food when they're ready for the rice rusks, i think my kid was at least 8 months.

Sharan - posted on 10/31/2009

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you will find them in walmart in the infant food section its in a box orange and green color boxes. My 13 month old son loved it!

Sonja - posted on 10/30/2009

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They are cookie type things. They are super dissolvable. I got them at wal-mart and gave them to my son at 6 months, though I would have done it at 4 months if I'd seen them. I really liked them for my son, because they really did dissolve so easily. :) I always taste-test my kid's food. lol

Sarah - posted on 10/30/2009

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I buy mine at the grocery store in the baby food aisle - Baby Mum Mum's. I don't remember the age I started using them, sorry.

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