Did anyone sieve purees when they first started weaning? The Fresh Daisy Cookbook recommends that most purees are sieved or put through a mouli (I don't currently have either) whereas my other book doesn't mention sieving. Most veg seems OK without sieving but I've cooked peas, which still have the odd bit of skin after blending, and runner beans, which I removed the sides from, but which are still fibrous. Any advice gratefully received thanks!
Hi frans - I've sieved pea puree as well as prune puree and plum puree to get rid of the skins. I don't have a mouli either - don't think they are needed when a sieve and the back of a spoon works just as well! My dd is just over 6 mo. I bought a really cheap nylon sieve from the supermarket (about 80p). hth