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Kelly Bernstein uses a food processor to puree fruit as part of her recipe for making homemade baby food for her son Braden. John Stennes/Grand Forks Herald

Making baby food at home

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GRAND FORKS — Sarah Herland can tell right away if her daughter, 8-month-old Lilly, likes her baby food.

How?

“Her face,” she said. “I can see by the first face she makes when she tastes it. It may be sour or she just starts crying.”

Herland recently got into making her own baby food, inspired by a friend. She started with carrots, sweet potatoes and peas.

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