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KidCo Baby Steps Food Mill, with Carrying Case , 1 food mill

by KidCo

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  • 4-Ounce serving cup
  • Medical grade stainless steel strainer and cutting blade
  • Snap on lid, non-skid grip and base
  • Nylong travel tote with accessory compartments
  • Dishwasher safe
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Technical Details
Item Weight10.4 ounces
Product Dimensions5 x 6 x 5 inches
OriginMade in USA
UPC786441680000
Item model number535666
Number of items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00006G9LI
Best Sellers Rank #42,647 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.4 ounces
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  
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This guide will walk you through the baby steps system, providing direction in the preparation, storage and feeding of the most beneficial food for your baby. In this book, you will find age appropriate foods and serving sizes, sample recipes and helpful information regarding cooking methods, fresh food selection and much more.(see guide inside box for complete details). Baby steps is a comprehensive system to making fresh, healthy baby food. It combines a guide and the kitchen tools necessary to create a foundation for long term, healthy eating habits.Preparation select, cook and prepare nutritious foods for your baby. Storage (trays not included) properly store and keep your baby's food as fresh as it was the day you made it. Feeding (dish not included) serve meals at home, at daycare, or when traveling. Food Mill is simple to use anywhere. No electricity or batteries needed. Blends and purees fresh foods while separating bone, seeds, skin and other undesirable food parts. Lightweight tote conveniently stores food mill and spoon before and after use. Features include 4-Ounce serving cup. Serving spoon, strainer, medical grade stainless steel blade, dishwasher safe. Made in USA.

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Customer Reviews

Those of you pureeing meat in your food mill --- do we have the same product?????
Melissa
The blade isn't sharp at all, and it is very difficult for any food to come through the plastic grate.
D. Wiser
Great product for those of us who want to feed our babies healthy, wholesome foods.
Sue M.

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101 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 2, 2005
My husband and I were first introduced to this baby food grinder about six years ago. We were at our friends' house, and they pulled it out, filled it with some veggies and rice from the dinner table, and had baby food in seconds! Their baby loved it. We can't imagine not having one now.

The mill is handy, especially when out at a restaurant. We don't have the tote, but we keep ours in a plastic baggie. After using it, we just pop it back into the baggie and wash it at home (which is a breeze).

The food that is ground isn't super smooth. It's more like the No.2 and 3 baby jar food. For dinner, we might have chicken, brown rice, and veggies. I just take a little of each, and I have the baby's dinner ready in minutes, without having to get up!

If you buy this, I can guarantee you'll love it. This is a great price for it, too, AND you get the tote.
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Dixon on October 11, 2006
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The food mill is very handy. I didn't bother using it with my first two kids (I'd received one as a hand-me-down from a friend). It seemed to be too much hassle. In fact, it's really simple. I use it daily with my third child and wish I'd experimented with it a few years ago. Our pediatrician encourages us to give our child what we eat, not to depend on Gerber or Beech Nut too much. The problem is that it's difficult to mash (with a spoon or fork) foods like banana, avocado, potato, small curd cottage cheese and other soft foods to the consistency that my child will eat (super smooth). This food grinder does that for you. It is really easy to clean and simple to tote around. I'll even mill several foods during one sitting, cleaning it between food types - it's that easy to take apart, clean and reassemble.

In response to other reviews on this site, you can put cooked chicken into it, or crisp apple, but these won't become as smooth as yogurt. For that, you'd have to add water to the chicken, possibly add some other blending agent like potato, and use an electric blender. For apple or carrots, you'd need to cook it before you could put it into the mill and it would become smooth (like applesauce). Milling foods like corn and peas will probably result in some residual solid bits (the skin of the pea or kernel). To completely rid the food of that, you'd have to use a seive; even an electric blender would yield some solid bits.

This product is probably most useful for children between the ages of 6 months and 1 year.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Maria Poole VINE VOICE on June 19, 2005
My son was 7 months old when I got this food mill. I felt that this might be just another extra but I wanted to try it since my pediatrician recommended getting a food mill. It has worked out great so far. For example, last night I went to a family function. I selected chicken casserole, green beans, and potatoes to put in the food mill. I was able to feed my son easily and also clean up quickly by just putting the food mill back into the tote to wash later. I use it in restaurants and also at home. I am very pleased with Kidco products so far and the reviews on their other products are consistently positive. I feel confident from what I know so far that this is a great product for this stage of feeding. I purchased this from Baby Depot but several stores also carry it including BRU.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Maritza C. Perry on July 5, 2007
I'm a nanny and the family I work for has an older version of it and it works great, so I went ahead and ordered one for my baby girl. I was very dissapointed when I opened the box and found that the "medical grade stainless steel blade" has been replaced by the manufacturer for a cheap plastic one. The box it came in still says that it comes with the stainless steel one though, even the picture on Amazon shows it, I find this misleading. It's really frustrating to find that what you end up getting is not what was advertised.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By J. Strauss on January 27, 2008
The product photo shows a metal grater and the description claims it is medical grade steel. In fact, what you get is a plastic grater.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By L. Schmidt on June 30, 2007
I was so excited to get the Kidco Food Mill and just as disappointed once I tried using it. First of all, it mashed the food. The grate is plastic and the blade isn't sharp at all. Don't let the picture on the box deceive you (with the metal grate). I think having metal turning against metal would help...not to mention a sharp blade. It is difficult to remove the plastic grate after you have sent food through because the handle unscrews from the grate before you can get it to turn and "unlatch". I spoke with a customer service rep where I purchased this item and she told me that the plastic grate was a fairly new change.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Erin E. Farber on July 31, 2005
This food mill is very easy to use and clean.

I have found that a food processor works better for making food in bulk, but this does the job for small meals and dining out.

Great value!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Lee on August 10, 2006
I have a 5mo old and started on solids couple weeks ago. I've been making baby food at home since the beginning so I got this mill for it's convenience to make small quantities as needed for freshness. I make large batches in the electric food processor. Anyways, this mill will puree steamed fruits/vegetables, but the texture is not as smooth as the commercial stage 1 baby food in the jar. Like my daughter, your baby might need to get used to the coarser texture of pureed food from this mill. Another thing I don't like about this mill is that if you pour in the steamed fruit/vegetables with some juice still running, it tends to leak from the bottom...so it's a bit messy. Other than that it's pretty convenient to make fresh baby food without using the heavy electric food processor.
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