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Last Post 08-11-2013 6:58 AM by  tracey1966
Bean and Veggie Mash
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11-10-2013 9:21 AM

    16oz.15-Bean soup mix            1Small can of pumpkin (1/2 of large can )

    2Ripe bananas                            1cup frozen vegetables

    4Ripe yams                                Baby carrots

    4TBS, Margarine                          Water, as needed

    Soak the 15 - bean mix for at least 3 hours in cold water.Rinse thoroughly and put them in a large saucepan, cover with water, and cook for 20minsutes.Add the bananas ( cut into small pieces), yams, and frozen vegetables.Cook until all the vegetables are tender.Drain off excess water.In a separate bowl, mash the vegetables together and add the canned pumpkin.Sprinkle with vitamins, minerals, spirulina,etc.Serve warm.

    FACT; Mash diets are great for weaning babies.They are also excellent for parent birds.

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    14-10-2013 7:12 AM
    Ooo I'm going to try this for my poorly sh patty, he needs building up
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    08-11-2013 6:58 AM
    Sounds like a great recipe
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