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    Default Has anyone bought the BABY BULLET food blender?

    Hello
    I was wondering if anyone has tried the Baby bullet food processor? I have read reviews from America but wanting a more local input.
    Otherwise what do you use instead?

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    Just an ordinary stick blender/mini food processor and/or a good old fashioned fork or potato masher. No fancy baby food processors here.

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    Yes and total waste of money!!! As Bree says a stick blender is perfect!!! The advertising is awesome isn't it

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    I bought the machine from target that cooks, blends etc. it looked pretty cool, I hope it works good too. (haven't needed to use yet)

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    The advertising is good I haven't bought one but I am tempted to get a 'wean machine'. Although a fork would work just as well. By the time I need it for my next bub (just TTC) there will be something new out


 

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