is food steamer also good for bottles??
- 01-08-2009, 10:46 AM #9
thanks milkmonster!!! my friends got me a blender as a wedding gift and it's still packed away in its box so will try using that when the right time comes!
i'm nervous yet i can't wait all at the same time! it will be good to be able to drink coffee again (haha)
- 01-14-2009, 11:23 PM #10
hi milkmonster, i went to wing on today and they're selling the TEFAL steam cuisine for 302.10$$!!! Well it's still not too expensive but I mentioned the price you bought it for and they're like 'we've never sold it that cheap!'.
by the way, when you steam bottles, what's the level you set it for?
the three layer deck TEFAL steam one is currently at 473.10$, still deciding which would be better for me. ;)
- 01-15-2009, 07:54 PM #11Registered User
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Hmm, i did buy mine a while back in 2007 so the prices could have gone up since then. Maybe I bought it during one of their big sales? can't remember...
For bottles and nipples I set it for 20mins.
The double layer one has worked for us. I would only say get the triple decker one if you plan on using the large (tall) baby bottles. We only used the 150ml/5oz bottles the taller ones won't fit into the double one i think...
- 03-12-2009, 11:29 AM #12
by the way milkmonster, my MD's family recently are considering doing family portraits so i passed them the link to your website, hope you don't mind!
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