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The Time Is Right For The Kidco BabySteps Electric Food Mill

Author : Wayne Baker



Hey, Wayne Baker here.

And you're reading my uncensored review of what I really thought about the Kidco BabySteps Electric Food Mill. Why am I writing this? Well, when I was thinking of buying the Kidco BabySteps Electric Food Mill, there weren't many real reviews around. So, I thought I'd do a quick write-up to help any of you who are in the same position I was.

With a new baby in the house approaching six months of age, we have started to think about solid foods. With our previous two children, we simply used commercially available processed foods. This time around, we want to do something better.

Many pediatricians recommend organic foods until the age of three. During this time babies are especially susceptible to the effects of environmental toxins, due to the fact that their cells are reproducing very rapidly.

With the expense of and difficulty in obtaining commercially available organic foods, a viable alternative seems to be to make our own.

Researching products has led me to see a common comment with some inexpensive food mills, that the motor wears out after two or three uses and that they don't make enough food at once to be useful.

A very nice system that I have found is the KidCo BabySteps Electric Food Mill.

This system consists of an electric food mill with a two-cup capacity bowl, a very nice size for preparing adequate food for several days.

One of the things that I hate the most is cleaning. I am familiar with food processing and blender type devices that typically require careful cleaning of the motor since it cannot be immersed in water. The KidCo food mill has been ingeniously designed so that the five parts that need to be cleaned can all be simply put in the top rack of a dishwasher, while the motor is completely isolated and does not require cleaning at all. Very nice.

People who would benefit the most from purchasing the KidCo BabySteps Electric Food Mill are parents who are interested in the best for their baby's health without going to a lot of extra hassle. This device is so easy to use and clean that it really doesn't require a lot of extra work to provide your baby with the best possible nutrition at a very reasonable price.

The only thing that might be nice would be the addition of a recipe book, although this is certainly a minor complaint, and one could certainly upgrade to the KidCo BabySteps Basic Natural Feeding System, which includes a book.

This food mill is so simple to use that it can literally be used right out of the box, although it is recommended that you clean the parts before the first use.

The KidCo BabySteps Electric Food Mill is worth every penny of its cost and will make a nice addition to the kitchen of any household with a baby on board. With the health benefits of making baby food at home, you can’t go wrong.


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About the author: My name is Wayne Baker and I am an audiologist living in Holland, OH. I have three wonderful children and a fantastic wife who is a registered nurse and childbirth educator. Through my interest in my family’s well-being and my wife’s profession I have acquired an interest in healthy products and practices for children. I decided to try to help other families as well through the creation of homemade-baby-foods.com.

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Tags:   baby food, baby food diet, homemade baby food, food mill, kidco, making baby food

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