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Moving to Sanjose in May

Discussion in 'Indians in Bay Area' started by stuti, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. stuti

    stuti Junior IL'ite

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    Hi All,

    I am new to the forum and will be soon joining you guys in Sanjose in early may. I have 10 month old daughter. I am from north India. Would appreciate any tips for the things to bring from india. Although I have already gone through number of posts on the same topic. Many of you have suggested to bring mixie from India. I just want to know if I buy magic bullet from US only, will it serve the purpose of wet grinding - chutneys,etc.
    Since I am a punjabi I would not need to grind Dosa batter etc too frequently.
    Waiting for your response.
    Take care
    Stuti
     
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  2. abishek

    abishek New IL'ite

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    That was a very genuine question. I don’t think it’s worth bringing an INDIAN mixi when u have a kid and you with the limitation of 23Kg baggage weight on international flights. Some other reasons that i could think about are:


    · It’s heavy and you have other important stuffs other than a mixe to carry especially when u have a kid.
    · You are not a frequent user of this device.
    · If you still want to buy the same device u can slowly take ur time and buy it from the INDIAN stores here. You will get the same Indian mixies there (obviously we need to pay in $$)


     
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