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    Default Reusable food pouches

    Hi has any one used these? Any brand recommendations? My dd eats fairly chunky food so would like one with a big spout if possible. TIA

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    I have sinchies. They are OK. I have had a few leaking issues with mine though. I think the idea of them is great. I wish I bought them earlier. But they say you can clean them in the dishwasher but I did and I always have to rewash them when I do that. The lids are interchangeable with store bought yoghurt pouches so that's a bonus. I recommend clear ones so you can see in them to make sure they are clean.

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    I have 'my lil pouch'. I got the original ones and got more when they released the clear ones plus spare lids.

    They also say diswasher-able but I find it can miss the nozzle so just use a bottle brush and do by hand.

    I use them every day so 1yo DS can self feed yoghurt, custard and fruit puree. Saves me heaps of $$$!

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    I use them for my girls school lunches and snacks on the run. Search food pouches in eBay and they come up with a variety of different sellers. Got mine from there for really good price.
    I also follow a page on Fb called 'Reusable squeezie pouches by little Mashies' they sell them plus put up great recipes.

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    Check out sili squeeze. I think they're more hygienic than the plastic punches and last forever.

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    Little mashies!
    Super good!

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    Thanks everyone. I'll have a look at all the suggestions, I started looking and there were just so many!

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    My Lil pouch have a 20% off discount at the moment on their Facebook page

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    Just saw this on my Facebook feed

    http://mylilpouch.com.au/product/fac...ial-september/

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    That's an awesome price! Thanks for the tip

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