RSVP Food Mill

Small children eat only little food when they start doing that and they prefer it very soft and smooth, so that they can swallow it, since they have no teeth to chew it yet. So you boil all the food and mash it, trying to make the best baby food you can get because you try to be a good mother. And this is pretty easy to do now, with all these electronic appliances and all these machines helping you in the kitchen. Well, I do have such a machine and I do have a child that once needed baby food and I wanted to prepare it fresh. But I found it extremely annoying to mash only very little food in that huge electronic food grinders, so it took me longer just to wash it three times a day. So I decided to do this operation b hand. And I discovered one of these RSVP Food Mills that saved me.

This device uses your energy instead of the electric one and is very practical. It  has three stainless steel disks that you can change according to your needs, I mean if you want the food to be coarse, fine or medium. It is polished on the outside so that it looks really shiny and sparkling, but it is brushed on the inside so that it can be used without scratching it easily.

The mill hold can be fixed on the pot and then you can easily use the mill to puree everything you want. It is specially designed to be resistant and good looking and very helpful for moms. It can be bought for $34.95 from Green Depot, as it saves energy, too.

Published by in Kitchen, on March 17th, 2012


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