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    On a sandwich with some relish

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    In a wrap with sundried tomatoes, mustard, mayo and salad. Yep I use it with my little one. I cut it up small and mix it with mashed up veges. She loves it

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    I'd purée a heap and freeze for your DD. The other options above could also be done, depending on how much you have!

    ETA - just saw your DD ages, so probably doesn't have to be puréed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    I'd purée a heap and freeze for your DD. The other options above could also be done, depending on how much you have!

    ETA - just saw your DD ages, so probably doesn't have to be puréed!
    Thank you!

    Gonna go the curry option me thinks


 

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