Entering Fish in the Baby Menu

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Fish is a major food product that must be present at least once a week on our menu. It is a source of easily digestible proteins, essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals and fatty acids (including omega-3).

It is precisely because of the high nutritional value of the fish that it has to be present in the children’s menu. According to recent recommendations, the introduction of fish should not be postponed. This should be about 10 months, 2 to 3 months after the introduction of the first meat. Of course, this can also happen earlier, depending on when the power is started.

Like the introduction of any new food, the fish is also introduced gradually. A small amount of cooked fish is added to the vegetable paste at lunchtime to have time to watch for possible allergic reactions – rash, vomiting, diarrhea, swelling.

If the fish is well received, the amount is increased daily to reach a full portion of 50-60 g for 6-7 months to 1 year. For children aged 1-1,5 years the amount is 70-80 g, 1,5-3 years is 90-110 g, in children between 3 and 6 years the amount is about 120-140 g per portion.

Keep in mind that fish is a strong allergen , WHO recommends feeding such foods under the protection of breastfeeding. If you have a history of fish allergy in the family, postpone it for one year.

Do not overdo the amount you offer because the allergy to fish protein occurs after accumulation. As far as seafood and shellfish are concerned, they should be offered after the age of 3 due to the high risk of allergic reaction.

With what fish to start the power supply? It is recommended that the first fish be offered one of the non-greasy species – trout, hake, turbot, cypur. Fish such as salmon, tuna, which have a more intense flavor, should be offered around and after the first year.

Inbred fish: hake, amur, cod trout, shark, turbot, hake;

Moderately fat: carp, sturgeon, mackerel, popcorn, horse mackerel, sprat, catfish;

Fatty: Palamud, salmon, tuna.

How to choose fresh fish? If you do not have a reliable source of fresh and well-grown fish, the better option is to use ready-made fish purees. If you find fresh fish, do not hesitate to cook it for your baby. Until the first year, it is recommended that the fish be steamed or boiled.

Fresh fish has clear and bright gills, no mucus, bright, shining flakes, protruding, clear eyes. Store in a refrigerator for up to two days.

The frozen fish has light meat. If it is dark, it is likely that the fish has been re-frozen. Thaw the fish in slightly salted water to preserve vitamins and minerals. Once thawed, prepare it immediately.

Fruit, vegetables, fish and cheese: market day

It was delicious after spicy nuts, fish and chips. I push my way through the crowd to catch a glimpse of the booths. The range of goods on the weekly market is usually advertised loudly, in Dutch, but often also in German: There on the right there is everything cheap, cheap, cheap and only there it is the freshest. It’s market day in holland, pardon, the netherlands. In the cities just beyond the border there are weekly markets on almost all days of the week that attract visitors for a day trip from Germany.

Above all, I like to sniff the cozy strolling and looking, scents and atmosphere. Yes, and then take a snack and continue. Still on my to-do list: eat a freshly baked stroopwafel from the market stall.

A market day can be combined with a city stroll , the koffie verkeerd at the church square or a walk through the old town and a biertje in the Bruin Café.

Here is a partial list of market days in the bordering Netherlands.

Nearby weekly markets in the Netherlands

North (Provinces Groningen, Drenthe)

Emmen

The market in Emmen is considered the largest weekly market in the north of the Netherlands. In 2013 he was voted the best weekly market in the Netherlands.

Fridays from 8am to 2pm
Marktplein and Hoofdstraat

Parking: Willinkplein (chargeable) Parkeerplats Kerkhoflaan (free)

Website of the market Emmen (NL)

Groningen

On different days market is in several places. The Vismarkt offers a full range of food, clothing, fabrics and other goods are offered on the Grote Markt. Vismarkt is just the name of the place, here is more than fish!

Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays 9am to 5pm – Big Market Day
Grote Markt, Vismarkt, A-Kerkhof

Wednesdays, 9am to 5pm – Small Market Day
Vismarkt, A-Kerkhof

Every first Sunday of the month – Small market day
Vismarkt

Every second Saturday (as well as additional appointments) in the month 10 am to 5 pm – Ommelander Markt / Market of the region for products from the surrounding area
harmony Plein

Bus and train: There are direct bus connections from Hamburg via Leer, Oldenburg and Bremen, as well as a train connection from Weener.

Parking: z. B. Perkeergarage Centrum, Pelsterstraat 15, Groningen

Website of the Ommelander Markt Groningen (Here are the additional dates to find)

More information about the market on the page Groningen-Info

Winschoten

Saturdays, 10am – 5pm

Marktplein

Bus and train: direct train connections from Weener

Parking: Parking is free in the center

Facebook page of the weekly market Winschoten

Center (Provinces Overijssel, Gelderland)

Arnhem / Arnhem

Fridays 7:30 am to 2:00 pm – Large weekly market with more than 200 stands for food, clothing and many more items
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Saturdays 9:00 am to 5:00 pm – weekly market mainly for food with around 100 market stalls
market

Bus and train: direct ICE from Frankfurt, direct regional train from Düsseldorf

Parking: eg car park Rozet, Langestraat 10, Arnhem

Information about the markets on the page of the city of Arnhem (NL)

Article on blog speciaal: Day trip Arnhem / Arnhem

dinxperlo

Dinxperlo border directly to the Bocholter district Suderwik. Here is a road that belongs on the one hand to the Netherlands and the other side to Germany. The market square of Dinxperlo is just a few hundred meters from the border.

Friday 12 to 20 clock (in winter until 19 clock) – weekly market
kerkstraat

Parking: z. B. Parking Raadhuisstraat

Facebook page of the weekly market Dinxperlo

The border in Dinxperlo: road NL, sidewalk D

Doetinchem

Tuesdays 9am to 1pm – Big Weekly Market
At the town hall, Plantenstraat

Saturdays 9am to 5pm – small weekly market
At the town hall, Plantenstraat

Parking: eg parking Handelskade with parking ticket

Information of the town Doetinchem (DE)

Enschede

The market in Enschede is of course the classic. From the Ruhr area and the Münsterland Enschede is right around the corner and the market on Saturday attracts daily visitors from Germany. From the offer it is my favorite among the Dutch weekly markets, even if the marketplace in Enschede rather radiates a modern charm.

Tuesdays and Saturdays 8am to 5pm
Hendrik Jan van Heekplein

Bus and train: direct regional trains to Münster and Selm-Bork

Parking: Van Heekplein car park, Hendrk Jan van Heekplein 103

Market information in Enschede on the city website

Article on blog speciaal: Day trip Enschede with weekly market

Nijmegen / Nijmegen

Mondays and Saturdays, 9am to 5pm (October to March: 9am to 4pm)
Burchtstraat, Augustijnenstraat, Grote Markt

Parking: z. B. Parking Marienburg, Marienburg 9 Nijmegen, free parking plus 10 minutes walk to the city center: at the honey complex, z. B. Lijnbaanstraat and side roads

Information on Nijmegen Online

Excursion tips for Nijmegen from the Waalheimat

Oldenzaal

Mondays 12 to 17 o’clock, Saturdays 9 o’clock to 17 o’clock
Groote market

Parking: z. B. Parkhaus De Driehoek, Kloosterstraat 35, Oldenzaal (day ticket € 4, as of 2017)

Information on the page of the city Oldenzaal

Winterswijk

Wednesdays 8 am to 1 pm (July and August 8 am to 2 pm), Saturdays 8 am to 5 pm (in the winter months only until 4 pm)
market

Bus and train: direct bus to Südlohn

Parking: free in Winterswwijk, z. B. Parking De Kloksteeg

Information on the page of the holiday park Het Winkel.

Article on blog speciaal: Weekly market in Winterswijk

South (Limburg)

Geleen

Saturdays, 10 am to 5 pm – weekly market with international products
market

Parking: z. B. Car Park Koningsplein, Koningsplein 6

Information of the page In Sittard-Geleen

Maastricht

Wednesdays 9am to 3pm – small weekly market
market

Friday, 9am to 3pm – Large weekly market with fish market, regional produce and fabric market
market

Parking: There are 3 Park + Walk parking spaces at Stadpark, Noorderbrug and Caberweg. Closer to the center but more expensive is z. B. the parking lot on Maasboulevard 40

Information on visits Maastricht

Roermond

Wednesdays 8 am to 2 pm – Small weekly market with around 35 market stalls
market

Saturdays 9.30 am to 4 pm – Big weekly market with about 140 market stalls

Parking: z. B. car park Roercenter, Roersingel 57-10, cheaper with a little walk is the car park Loesbleik, De Ster, Roermond. Also from the Designer Outlet Roermond the market is within walking distance.

Information on shopping in Roermond

Sittard

Thursdays from 8 am to 1 pm – weekly market with around 100 market stalls
market

Saturdays from 9am to 5pm – Small weekly market (11 stalls)
market

Saturdays from 9.30 am to 2 pm – Small market with organic products, preferably from the region
Steenstraat

Bus and train: direct bus to Geilenkirchen

Parking: eg parking Wilhelminastraße 33, (side street), outside the city ring indefinite and free, eg Baandert, Swentiboldstraat

Information of the page in Sittard-Geleen

Facebook page of the markets Sittard, Gelen and Born

Venlo

Wednesdays 9am to 4pm – Small weekly market with around twelve market stalls
Mgr. Nolensplein

Saturdays, 8 am to 2 pm – Large weekly market with around 100 market stalls
Mgr. Nolensplein

Bus and train: direct regional train via Dusseldorf to Hamm (Westf.)

Parking: eg car park Nolensplein, Monseigneur Nolensplein 50

Information on the page Shopping Venlo

And on which day is now where market?

Mondays: Nijmegen, Oldenzaal

Tuesdays: Groningen, Doetinchem, Enschede

Wednesdays: Groningen (small market), Winterswijk, Maatsricht (small market), Roermond (small market), Venlo (small market)

Thursdays: Sittard

Fridays: Emmen, Groningen, Dinxperlo, Arnhem, Maastricht

Saturdays: Groningen, Winschoten, Arnhem (small market), Doetinchem (small market), Enschede, Nijmegen, Oldenzaal, Winterswijk, Geleen, Roermond, Sittard (organic market), Venlo

Sunday: nothing found

Dutch markets in Germany

Dutch markets are so popular with us that they now come across the border to Germany. For several years, Dutch weekly markets have regularly toured North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony with their stalls. The dates can be found on the Holland Market page.

Also popular is the Dutch fabric market, which even visits Berlin, Hamburg and southern Germany.

Neo-Fisherites

The neo-Fisherite view is that a higher target for the interest rate will result in higher inflation, and a lower target for the interest rate will result in lower inflation.

The Fed has kept its target interest rate at close to .02% for some years now, and it has been saying that they will stay there for some time.   The inflation rate has remained a bit low during this period.

So, evidence tells us that a low target for the interest rate results in low inflation.

This follows from a very simple theory–the Fisher relationship.   The nominal interest rate is equal to the real interest rate plus the inflation rate.

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R = r + P

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And so, obviously, P = R – r.

If we have the Fed follow a rule of targeting the nominal interest rate, which is realistic, and the real interest rate depends on some kind of real economic factors independent of monetary policy, then a higher target for the interest rate will generate a higher inflation rate, and a lower target for the interest rate will generate lower inflation.

While it is only a model, we can test it.   And the low target for the nominal interest rate set by the Fed recently has generated low inflation.   The model predicts the data.

Rowe especially, but also Sumner have responded to this nonsense.

From a monetarist perspective, the Fisher relationship holds in the long run.   If the quantity of money grows more quickly, then the inflation rate rises.   For any given nominal interest rate, this reduces the real rate.   This benefits debtors and injures creditors.   The demand for credit rises and the supply falls, raising the nominal interest rate, and shifting the real interest rate back towards its initial value.  With all sorts of somewhat implausible assumptions, the real interest rate returns exactly to its initial value, and so the nominal interest rate is now equal to the initial real interest rate plus the new, higher inflation rate.   All of these implausible assumptions are necessary for “super neutrality” to hold, which means that the real economy is independent of the growth rate of the the quantity of money.

Suppose the central bank had the following rule for the growth rate of the money supply:

 .                           .       .
M     =  R* – rn + yp – V
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 Where R* is   target for the nominal interest rate, rn is the natural interest rate,
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M is the growth rate of the money supply, yp is the growth rate of potential output, and
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V is the growth rate of velocity.
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The inflation rate in the long run is P  = M + V – yp

So, by substitution:
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P   =    R*  – rn

This rule requires that when the target for the nominal interest rate rises, the central bank raises the growth rate of the quantity of money and so the inflation rate rises.

If one assumes that the natural interest rate is equal to the growth rate of potential output and the growth rate of velocity is zero, then the rule for the money supply is:
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M   = R*

If the target for the nominal interest rate is just taken as fixed, then the economy is stable.   It is just a fixed quantity of money rule.   Sure, inflation will change with productivity shocks and inflation and real output will change with shifts in velocity,, but as long as prices and wages adjust to surpluses and shortages as they ought, then real output should adjust to potential in the long run.

If velocity growth, potential output growth, or the natural interest rate change, then the appropriate growth rate in the money supply will change–if the goal is really to keep nominal interest rates fixed?

And why would that be?   Right.. optimal quantity of money.

The nominal interest rate needs to be zero, more or less, so that there is no opportunity cost from holding hand-to-hand currency.

And if R* is zero, and the natural interest rate is equal to the growth rate of potential output and velocity is constant, then the quantity of money should be held constant!

Of course, actual central banks are not targeting the nominal interest rate in this way..   They adjust the nominal interest rate to target inflation and unemployment.   And they raise their target rate to slow inflation and raise unemployment and lower their target rate to raise inflation and lower unemployment.   And the way their trading desk raises interest rates is to slow money supply growth and the way they lower interest rates is accelerating money growth.

And so, it is difficult to see what the neo-Fisherite theory can tell us about what happened from 2008 to 2014.   It is rather a proposal for how monetary policy ought to operate.   With the only plausible goal being a zero nominal interest rate and so a deflation rate equal to the real natural interest rate.   And the only rationale for the goal is to allow for the optimal use of zero nominal interest rate currency.

Visma 2017. The fishing fair

From March 3 to 5, the largest fishing exhibition in Europe will be held at the Ahoy Congress Center in Rotterdam , offering over 17,000 square meters. of fun. This is the Visma that will welcome professional sport fishermen and amateurs.

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