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Puréed foods

Posted by westelle (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 6, 13 at 19:14

Do any of you have any experience with either/and/or purchasing or making formed puréed food?

When DH was in Hospital they served him formed puréed food that was both good looking and good tasting. DH is getting to the point where having some of these available might be a good idea.

Some of the foods served him could easily be made by me, but others would be a lot of work. If you have any recipes or links to recipe site(s) I would appreciate this too.

Thanks for any help.


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RE: Puréed foods

Be sure to try our very own Cooking Forum!


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RE: Puréed foods

I've been on the Cooking Forum for years and haven't seen this subject addressed. Are you suggesting that I ask my question on that Forum?


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RE: Puréed foods

Yes, if the subject has not come up yet, then it's time! (Just so you don't get into details of DH's problems, since a recent post involving food restrictions ran into problems.) But pureed foods would be interesting.


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Ok, I'll give it a try.


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I wanted to report that Westelle did post the question on the Cooking Forum and received several responses. Helpful hints, techniques, recipes, etc. In the future, if anyone is looking for similar information, search for the topic "pureed foods" on the cooking forum. Or use Google search, "garden web pureed foods."


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RE: Puréed foods

Thank you for mentioning the thread on the Cooking Forum. There are a number of really good ideas and links to a few recipes.


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