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Baby's millet porridge with free range pork and vegetables


What is free range pork? According to An Xin's Healthy MEAT Shoppe's website, free range pigs are grown in a spacious and airy outdoor field next to a large pond. This outdoor farm is within their farm in Perak which is accredited by SALT (Certificate for Good Farm Practice Scheme). Their free range pigs are free to run, play and exercise to build muscle naturally. They are Happier and Healthier.


These free range pigs are free to forage on the earthy plants on the farm. They are fed on natural food such as organic selenium, sweet potato leaves, Ginseng and other herbal extracts. This special natural feed is designed to strengthen their immune system naturally and therefore they do not need any drugs.

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 In summary, An Xin's pork is free from any antibiotics and growth hormone injections given to commercially harvested pork. Therefore, it's safer and healthier for babies' consumption.


I bought some free range lean pork to cook baby's millet porridge. Vegetables include green peas, carrot, and broccoli. I have also tried adding zucchini and parsnip.


I cook everything in one pot with my Seed Lunch Box. I set the timer to 40 minutes to make sure the pork is cooked thoroughly.


Finally, I blend everything to get a thicker, textured porridge before packing into a thermal container to bring to babysitter.


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