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Ok so I want to start transitioning Brayden off baby food, as soon as he runs out of the few jars we have left. To do so I want to make purees from fresh veggies first. But since i don't have a lot of time with school and work during the week I thought i could find one night to make enough for the week. I was going to portion it out into his old babyfood jars and then freeze it.. So my question is, how long can I keep this in the freezer? How about just in the fridge? And any thing else I need to know about making my own baby food would be great! Thanks!
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replied October 24th, 2007
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you can also puree foods and pour them into an ice tray. Say 2 carrots, 2 broccolli, 2 peas, etc.

You can make one tray veggies, and one tray fruits!!

They're good in the freezer for a week plus!!


Sarah
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replied October 24th, 2007
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Great thanks! I'm going to start him on the veggies and then do fruits in a few weeks because he still has quite a few jars of fruit left! I'm so excited to get him switched over to 'real' food!
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