With a little planning, and a blender, a fork, a strainer, a food mill or a baby food grinder, you can make foods for your baby at home. Homemade infant food may help cut food costs, and provide baby with food as nutritious, if not more nutritious, than storebought baby foods.
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Published by: University of Maine System
i did this almost 20 years ago for my daughter.....what worked for me was after i pureed the food, i would spoon them out into ice cube trays, then freeze them....and then I would portion them in ziploc bags......Zap em in microwave, when my lil angel was hungry (04/21/2004)
I need fresh idea to make baby food for starting my own organization.
By Mukesh Devanda
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