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Thread: Beaba BabyCook, Baby Brezza, Baby Bullet, Magic Bullet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victoria View Post
    See, I have a Tupperware smart steamer, but I'm not sure about doing it for babyfood?...

    The Baby Brezza seams more convenient to do, to just "set it and forget it."
    Ohh you got one of the new ones? I haven't got one yey. I use a microsteamer and then a hand help mixer works perfectly well for me.


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    I just do it in the oven & then the food processor. I have used a friend's Beaba though & would with joy if I got one
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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyKay View Post
    Ohh you got one of the new ones? I haven't got one yey. I use a microsteamer and then a hand help mixer works perfectly well for me.
    Yep! The green one. And I have the purple stack cooker too.
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    I just do it in the oven & then the food processor. I have used a friend's Beaba though & would with joy if I got one
    I did bake a butternut squash in the oven when DS was a baby. I got inspired when watching Martha Stewart one day. I then used the Magic Bullet to blend it. This was before the BPA freakout...
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    I steamed, baked, etc. Then used our ninja to purée. I seriously considered a beaba, but since DD didn't take to solids all to well until now that she can self feed (sn: I talked to her dr she was fine nutrition wise, I wasn't mal nourishing my kid haha) I'm glad I didn't get another baby product that ended up being hardly used.

    Basically I'm sayin, if you have something already that will get the job done I'd use that.

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    I baked my fruits and most veggies in the oven and then puree in the blender. Then eventually got an inexpensive food processor.
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    Has anyone had experience with using their food processor compared to a baby bullet or any of the other products? I have a huge black and decker processor and if it's not a major difference, I would prefer to save money and use it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanProud19 View Post
    Has anyone had experience with using their food processor compared to a baby bullet or any of the other products? I have a huge black and decker processor and if it's not a major difference, I would prefer to save money and use it...
    You can always try it yourself. Just bake a sweet potato and plop it in your processor.

    I've been using my Magic Bullet to do just that and puree bananas, steamed apples, steamed zucchini, etc. At this point, I will not be purchasing an additional kitchen appliance, because my MB is getting the job done just fine.
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    I just know when I worked at the nursing home, the magic bullet was my best friend when it came to mechaniclly soft food.
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