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baby food puree

Discussion in 'Baby / Kids Foods' started by mitsviki, May 17, 2010.

  1. mitsviki

    mitsviki Senior IL'ite

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    Hi mommy,

    I was wondering if anyone could suggest what i can use to make the baby food at home.....

    this may be silly question but just dnt want to buy something and than find it a waste so could some one guide me as to whether a hand blender is better or the magic bullet is better to make baby food.......


    or neither:)
     
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  2. loonypooh

    loonypooh Silver IL'ite

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    we use the regular mixer grinder for pureeing her babyfood... and i did think of buying the magic bullet, but then now she does take most fruits/veggies mashed, have to puree khichdi,oats and other porridge though.... so magic bullet is a good choice...
     
  3. mitsviki

    mitsviki Senior IL'ite

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    thanks poonam

    i shall buy that than....
     
  4. Happysoul1234

    Happysoul1234 Gold IL'ite

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    I used the black and decker coffee grinder (17 bucks at walmart) when my baby was really young as it really pureed the food well. Once he was older, then I used a small 2 cup food processor so that the food would remain a bit chunky / coarser. I have the kitchen aid one and use it for a lot of stuff besides baby food.
     

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