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    miao is offline Registered User
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    thanks for the recommendation, NYCMel! may i ask whether the hand held blender can puree the food for a 6-month old, as thin as the 1st stage jar food? thanks again!

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    hi-- could someone please let me know whether the ordinary handheld blenders would puree the food fine enough for a 6 month old, just like the jar food?

    thanks a lot!

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    hi can i ask if it's necessary to buy a blender and cooker separately for the baby? can we just use the normal cooker for to cook the food and use a manual hand blender to blend the food?

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    Hi miao and sprawld, I use a normal hand blender to puree baby food, even cooked chicken. Just try to buy the ones with the metal ends and not plastic because they seem to last longer. I've been cooking the food normally (steam or m/w) and just blending it. I think the processors are more convenient, but for small kitchens without much counter space, this works too!

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    Hi plumtree, thanks for the advice. Which normal hand blender would you recommend? Also, anyone feeding from the baby food stuff that you can get from the supermarket?

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    Mine's a Braun, but I think Philips also does one. I think I got mine from Sogo, but ages ago! I feel LO jar food when we're out. The Hipp organic brand is nice, but actually, my LO seems ok with most brands

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    I bought a blender that is considered to be more expensive than Vitamix 5200 way back 2000 and it's working until this time so it's worth the buy.

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