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    Default Baby Bullet reviews

    Hi ladies. I just saw an infomercial for this new Baby Bullet, which seems pretty great. It certainly seems to make preparing your own baby food a lot simpler. Has anyone used it before? I'd like to get an idea of how well it works before I spend $120 bucks on it. TIA!
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    wow thats alot of $$$$

    I used one of theese:
    http://www.amazon.com/BabySteps-Hand.../dp/B000067Q6J

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    When I made my own, I just used my food processor, or even my hand masher. Worked just fine!
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    That's expensive for a gadget that doesn't cover a lot of new territory. A food processor or blender does the same job, YKWIM?
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    I also found that I wanted to make the food in larger quantities to freeze. I don't think that would be possible with the Bullet.
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    And your baby will only eat purees for, at most, a couple of months, and mine hardly ate any at all, preferring finger foods! So ... I don't think it's worth it. If you want to do purees, a grown up food processor or blender does exactly the same thing. (I never bought any jarred food either, so that $1000 a year figure seems absurd.)


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    I used. Fork or pastry cutter to mash and stored in an ice cube tray. It was such a short amt of time, I wouldn't think it would be worth the money.


    Side note....who thought of that name? I know the bullet, but baby bullet sounds so ominous
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    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*jenna562 View Post
    Side note....who thought of that name? I know the bullet, but baby bullet sounds so ominous
    LOL! the same people who make the Magic Bullet have come out with this Baby Bullet, so that's where the name comes from.

    You all make a good point, I already have a food processor, a masher and a steamer, so it makes more sense to just use what I already have.
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    I got a Magic Bullet at Kohl's for $40.

    I also got an inexpensive food mill at BRU for $15, I think.

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