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I don't know if this topic has been brought up (as I am a newbie), has anyone ever tried the Happy Baby Food Mill? I have heard great things about it. (Haven't heard great things about the one at Babies R Us, all negative comments) It is really inexpensive and I don't want to have to buy jar foods. Regardless if I get a mill or not, I still plan on making my own food. I hear and read that you can take it anywhere and put just about anything in it.
The mill is $15.99 and you can take it when you go out to eat at any restaurant and put anything on your plate in it and use a little bit of water and puree (sp?) it and feed it directly to your baby. I read on Babies R Us that it was better than the one they sell. I also read it on another consumer recommended product site that LOTS of moms LOVED it cause they could take it anywhere. I can't find the site now, I'll keep trying. I did post the link above if you want to check it out.
That does look cool, but they don't have anything like that over here >_<
We generally don't use a blender either though and we make all of our own baby food but well....it's different. YuQi's eaten things like smashed steamed pumpkin, congee, baby noodles, corn congee, soup broth, chinese buns soaked in broth and watermelon. We've actually found a place to buy jarred baby food so we could try a few things out on him but only bough it once (like peas, corn, etc).
I'm going to have to get one of those though when I go visit the states