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Thread: Jarred food and homeade food

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    Default Re: Jarred food and homeade food

    I dont know about a blender because I've never used one to make baby food. It may work - try it out with somethig small and see how it goes. I cant imagine why it wouldn't work...

    Jessica
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    Default Re: Jarred food and homeade food

    i will definitely try it this weekend before i decide on getting a food processor. thanks! all the info on this thread is so helpful!

    Gabe and Jacob's Nanay

    Gabe born on September 07, 2004

    Jacob born on May 29, 2007

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    Default Re: Jarred food and homeade food

    PM me if you have any other questions - I'd be happy to help!

    Jessica
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    Default Re: Jarred food and homeade food

    Why did the organic carrots that I steamed and pureed with a little bit of water and a little bit of juice (first pear, then white grape) come out really bland and nasty? They tasted fine before I pureed them? The texture wasn't that smooth either. Is that normal?

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    Default Re: Jarred food and homeade food

    Hmmm...dont know. Keep in my that a baby's taste buds are not as developed as yours. So because it tasted balnd to you doesn't mean that your baby would find it so.
    If you are getting lumps in your puree, put it back in the food processor with some water or breastmilk and puree until smooth. Some foods take a little longer than others.

    Jessica
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    Currently TTC Baby #2


    Hello babies. Welcome to Earth. It's hot in the summer and cold in the winter. It's round and wet and crowded. At the outside, babies, you've got about a hundred years here. There's only one rule that I know of, babies - Damn it, you've got to be kind. - Kurt Vonnegut

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