I've just made some purees, and I thought of a few concerns.
For the nectarines, if I pureed it well, will I need to worry about the little stringy bits that are near the pit? I baked the nectarine, and then removed the pit. The bit a sampled had some of the strings in it. I tried to look through as I was putting them in the ice cube tray, and I picked out one large piece. I do not have a mesh strainer, but I don't know if it is worth buying since the puree may be too thick anyway. With ds being almost 7 months, I don't want to water it down a lot, just to need to thicken it back up with cereal or something.
For the bananas, they were getting really ripe, so I wanted to do all three at once. I froze all except a couple tablespoons for ds to try tomorrow. By the time I had everything set, they had started to turn brown. Plus, the bananas in the fridge will certainly be brown by tomorrow. Is this okay to use still?
I making food for ds!