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    Default Cuisine Art Hand Blender?

    Hi! Just wondering if anyone has used this type of hand blender..or any hand blender for that matter to puree their fruits and veggies. If not could someone recommend somthing that works well for this? Thanks so much!
    We just and I am non-stop and we have always and now we are finding our groove with I can't believe it, but I am also and there's alot of going on with Annabella. This mama couldn't be more grateful for the two most important loves of her life, and my natural ability to instinctively follow my heart according to what I later learned as "Attachment Parenting"

    Gave birth to a beautiful little girl Annabella

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    Gave birth to a second beautiful little baby girl Brynleigh

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    Default Re: Cuisine Art Hand Blender?

    That's what I have. It does the job. It's a bit big. I wish there was something that would work with really small amounts of food. Plus, it splashes around a bit.

    Olga

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    Default Re: Cuisine Art Hand Blender?

    Hi ladies!

    I have not used one myself yet, but my sister uses hand held blender that fits right into the cup or something as small. She used it for her DD and now for her DS, so it must be good. She also gave me one so I will soon use it as well (my LO is just "playing" with solids for now, so for now I just give her prepared baby purees:-).

    This is one of those, you may look it up:

    http://www.amazon.com/Toastmaster-Im.../dp/B00006IUZQ
    Mother to 3 beautiful girls

    Victoria, our queen, born on 04/15/1993, our pride and joy!
    Natalie, our little princess, born on 08/24/2008
    at birth 7lbs 11oz, 20"
    at 2 y.o check up: 26lbs, 34 1/2"
    Sofia, our tiny princess, baby-surprize,
    born 07/20/2010 at 6lbs 10oz, 19"
    6 weeks: 9lbs 14oz; 21 1/2"
    2.5 months: 11lbs 5oz

    4.5 months: 13lbs 4oz; 24 1/2"

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    Default Re: Cuisine Art Hand Blender?

    Oops, sorry, I didn't realize right away that you were talking about hand held one. So maybe it's just the same, not better. I know she uses Brown brand and LOVES it.
    Sorry for confusion:-)
    Mother to 3 beautiful girls

    Victoria, our queen, born on 04/15/1993, our pride and joy!
    Natalie, our little princess, born on 08/24/2008
    at birth 7lbs 11oz, 20"
    at 2 y.o check up: 26lbs, 34 1/2"
    Sofia, our tiny princess, baby-surprize,
    born 07/20/2010 at 6lbs 10oz, 19"
    6 weeks: 9lbs 14oz; 21 1/2"
    2.5 months: 11lbs 5oz

    4.5 months: 13lbs 4oz; 24 1/2"

    We are still exclusively
    at work

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    Thanks for the replies! I ended up investing in one and it works pretty well! The only thing is I put a few chunks of pears in to smash up the other day and the blade wasn't able to reach a couple at the bottom of the cup...no big deal though I just ate those pieces and she had the rest It puree'd the fruits I have tried to far GREAT! Thanks again!!
    We just and I am non-stop and we have always and now we are finding our groove with I can't believe it, but I am also and there's alot of going on with Annabella. This mama couldn't be more grateful for the two most important loves of her life, and my natural ability to instinctively follow my heart according to what I later learned as "Attachment Parenting"

    Gave birth to a beautiful little girl Annabella

    9-25-08



    Gave birth to a second beautiful little baby girl Brynleigh

    4-30-10

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    Default Re: Cuisine Art Hand Blender?

    this works well...
    and you don't need power to make it work.


    http://www.mothernature.com/shop/det.../69999/rfr/CMJ

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