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May I reheat baby food?

Question by Guest | 14/05/2018 at 16:52

Sometimes my baby does not manage his portions or he falls asleep before eating all and I can not wake him up.

I always think it's a pity to throw away all that good food. Can I just heat up the food for my baby later? Or does something speak against that?


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No, this should not be done - as with chilled milk - since bacterial colonization in cold milk may have already occurred.

This can then be transferred to the child if one would use this milk again.

So do not reheat baby food!
15/05/2018 at 14:08

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