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    Default Baby Bullet Blender

    Does anyone have the Baby Bullet food processor?

    What do you love/hate about it?

    Would you recommend it?

    Is it as awesome as it looks on tv??

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    I wouldn't buy one. All you need is a stick blender and potato masher which will be used for more than a few months. Might be ok for a daycare or fdc who provides food and have a frequent turnover of babies, but apart from that it's just something else that parents are made to feel the need, once again making out like if you don't have one your baby will have to eat processed foods with fillers. As if they cannot eat wholefoods without one.

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    My sister got one for her baby and it lasted only a few months motor burned out

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    I wouldn't bother either. I didn't do puree's, but if I ever would have gone down that route, I would have done what countless number of people did before this was invented... potato masher and stick blender, just like SAB mentioned.

    I would say- don't waste your money.

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    It looks like a waste of money to me too. Just another contraption to clog up your cupboard space and end up not being used! I don't think I'd ever buy any of those gimmicky things advertised in infomercials - they're mostly not good quality.


 

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