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Jenna

Hey Tricia! I bought this unit too, and while I still don't make all of Liam's food from scratch, I do use it quite a bit, and it is awesome! I love using it, and it's so nice to have an all-in-one unit. I got the cookbook that goes with it ("Cooking for Baby"), and unfortunately, that one is a stinker. Everything I've made for Liam from that book he's absolutely hated! Kind of sad, but I'm going to keep on trying. Enjoy!

Beth

Sadly, at that price, I'm more inclined to use my own steamer, blender, and chopper separately! :) With my first I made all of his baby food from scratch (except cereals) and plan to do so with my second as well. I usually took one or two evenings every other week to prepare and freeze a large stash of multiple purees. My husband often helped out, and we enjoyed our kitchen time together plus all of the financial savings (at least 60% of what you'd normal spend on jarred baby food). I highly recommend making baby food no matter what appliances you decide to use. Here's a great site to check out: www.wholesomebabyfood.com

Hope you're feeling well lately!

Amanda

Dream machine! Too bad it's so pricey!

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