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Why don't I have to refrigerate store-bought baby food but have to refrigerate home-made purees?

Shelf-stable wet foods in cans, jars, plastic pouches, and the like are generally sterilized by heating them under pressure, to the point where literally every microorganism that might be inside dies. ...
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Cooking fishcakes for 1 year old---how to hold shape AND get soft juicy texture?

In my experience cooking for small children I've found that just because they like a set of ingredients doesn't mean they will like them combined if the texture changes. I child who likes chicken and ...
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How do I iron-fortify homemade baby cereal?

Whole grain contains more iron than the more processed grain. So that might help. Seeds and nuts also contain a lot of iron. While nuts in themselves are a choking hazard for babies, ground nuts mixed ...
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Cooking fishcakes for 1 year old---how to hold shape AND get soft juicy texture?

It might take some experimenting but what we found was that you could cook them quite quickly so that the outside was crispy, holding them together, but the inside was much softer. Then they could be ...
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