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#1 of 3 Old 01-07-2014, 09:58 AM - Thread Starter
 
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My daughter is almost ready for solids and I plan on making homemade baby food for her. I am looking in to food processors. Any suggestions? I would prefer no plastic, but cannot seem to find anything like that.

 

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Yep, they all seem to be plastic. I did end up using beabe(sp?) and it was great.
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I just use a stick blender. I can take out a bit of whatever we are eating and blend it super smooth or chunky depending on how long I blend for. I have been using the same stick blender for over 3 kids, and it still works great.


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