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    miao is offline Registered User
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    Food processer/blender

    Hi -- could anyone recommend a good food processer/blender for making baby food at home? Thanks a lot!

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    good question! was just wondering the same thing myself... i think avent makes a special one, but don't know the details or whether or not it is good...

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    I'm using the Chicco PureSteam Cooker. It's so convenient. Steam & Blend with one machine (to put the blade in the bowl after steaming). I'm loving it!

    http://www.chicco.com/scheda_prodott...2&idSezione=11

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    I HIGHLY recommend the Beaba Babycook. You can find it at Bumps to Babes. It steams AND purees all in one machine. It sounds like the Chicco one tallmama recommended above, but you don't have to put the blade in since it's already in the machine. There's a demo video on the Williams-Sonoma site. It's great!!!

    http://www.williams-sonoma.com/produ...k&cm%5Fsrc=SCH
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    Actually, we've been using an ordinary Philips hand-held blender (the ones that look like long sticks, with a whirly blade on one end). You just steam or microwave the food and blend it in a bowl. They are not expensive, but just note that the ones with the metal ends last longer than those with plastic ends. You can find them in most department stores- Sogo, Apita, probably Fortress and Broadway too but I haven't checked.

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    The only thing with the all-in-one machines like the Beaba is that you only use it for 3-4 months. You could use it for longer to puree or blend anything... but you don't really have to have a "fancy" machine just for this purpose. But it is SO easy to use it's hard not to put it on your wish list!

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    I highly recommend Beaba Babycook too.

    Jacadi also sells them, you'll have to ask them. They never show the babycook on display.

    HTH

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    Talking Beaba Babycook is the business!!

    I bought the Beaba Babycook, kind of expensive but I love it. My daughter is 2+ now and I still use it to steam all her veggies / fish. I also have a 10mth old so I would have to say i've got my money's worth out of it. Highly recommended!!

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