​What is the best grinder and steamed baby food today?

​What is the best grinder and steamed baby food today?

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1. RUSCH baby food steamer

RUSCH food steamer is a cheap but fully functional product such as grinding, steaming, reheating and defrosting. The device is compact and lightweight, making it easy to clean and does not take up too much space in the family. Despite having a low capacity of 120W, it is enough to grind and steam raw foods. Currently RUSCH food steamer on the market has 2 colors are blue and pink.

Instructions for using RUSCH food steamer

Steaming function: Put a small amount of water about 50-100ml into the back cover of the machine. Then cut the food into small pieces 1-2cm, put in the blender and then turn the switch to the right (cloud) to start steaming function

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Grinding function: When the food has been steamed, rotate the jar upside down to match the rotation axis. Start the grinding function by turning the button to the left (rotating blade shape) and holding to grind. Take care not to hold the grinding button for more than 1 minute / time.

2. Fatzbaby 2 in 1 food steamer

Fatzbaby 2-in-1 food steamer belongs to famous Korean Fatzbaby brand. This is a small machine with a capacity of 230ml and 400ml water bottles and blenders. Like other cheap lines, the machine has two basic functions of grinding and steaming fresh food. The HIGH and LOW grind modes help users adjust the fineness of food, with the grinder and steamers capacity of 130W and 400W.

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The appliance is not intended for: steaming the same food for 30 minutes, cooking rice or pasta, grinding before steaming, grinding hard foods such as ice, lumps and frozen foods, and grinding sticky foods such as cheese - roof.

3. Misuta 2 in 1 food steamer

2-in-1 Misuta food steamer can grind, steam frozen foods easily with 300W. It is a compact and lightweight machine with a capacity of 500ml suitable for 2 miles of baby food. Currently in the field, a 2-in-1 Misuta food steamer comes in blue and pink.

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