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#1 of 3 Old 01-19-2005, 07:20 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am starting solids with my first babe and was wondering what the best/easiest way to prepare frozen fruit is?? I bought a bag of frozen peaches (couldn't find organic fresh) and want to feed them to ds. One suggestion I came across was to just semi-thaw them, puree them without steaming and then you can re-freeze at will. Does that sound right?? Is it ok to re-freeze and can you do without steaming them?
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I bought some frozen org. peaches just the other week...i put them frozen in the steamer & steamed until soft enough to puree. Then put the puree in jars & back in the freezer. It doesn't taste as well as when i steam/puree fresh peaches, but ds eats these no problem.
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Since you are just starting solids, I would cook them so they will puree really smooth.

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