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food blender n food warmer??

This is a discussion on food blender n food warmer?? within the Introducing Solids & Feeding Your Fussy Toddlers forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Hi all wld like to ask is it a must to get a food blender as well as a food ...

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    food blender n food warmer??

    Hi all wld like to ask is it a must to get a food blender as well as a food warmer. even though baby gal is only 4mths + but with e taka fair, expo baby fair n gss i wld like to collect info 1st so i can purchse e above big tix items during these periods. if so what r e brands to bbuy? pigeon? avent? is there a 2 in 1 food blender + food warmer ??? just like i unstd you hve 2 in 1 food warmer + milk warmer. but i find that reduant as i usu warm up ebm in a mug o hotwater kekekekeke more enconomical. pardon me as i,m 1st x mummmi.pls help thks

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    Re: food blender n food warmer??

    i didnt get food warmer but a blender instead. cos for porridge, i use slow cooker, so just keep warm inside will do.. as for EBM, i used to use hot/warm water to warm up..

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    Re: food blender n food warmer??

    I also use slow cooker for porridge.

    I dont't have a food warmer.

    I didn't buy the 2-in-1 steamer cum blender. I bought the Braun steamer and Braun hand blender. That way I can still use the steamer and blender seperately while I prepare my meals.

    I have a Tiger Food Jar to keep my kid's porridge warm if we're going out. You might want to consider getting this at the fair. The Food Jar served us very well. Can keep the porridge hot for up to 6 hours.

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    Re: food blender n food warmer??

    I didn't get either specifically for baby. I only have an electric blender & electric steamer for general cooking use. To bring porridge out, I alternate between a Thermos Food Jar & a Tiger Food Jar. As baby grew older, I switched to alternating between a bento set from Zojirushi or Tiger for his rice + dishes. I used the food jars to bring soup to office instead kekeke.

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