Boon Mush Manual Baby Food Processor, Tangerine

Boon Mush Manual Baby Food Processor, Tangerine

  • Quickly and easily prepares fresh and healthy homemade meals for baby
  • Hand powered baby food processor efficiently chops fruits, vegetables, and boneless meats
  • Simply pull the handle to chop ingredients from coarse to a fine puree
  • Compact design is great for travel and storing, Capacity: 33/4 cups / 24 oz
  • Bowl and blade mechanism are top rack dishwasher-safe, BPA-free, Phthalate-free and PVC-free

This human-powered chopper turns fruit, veggies, and boneless meats into magnificent meals. No need for batteries or plugs, just pull the handle to make the blades spin. Channel your inner-Julia Childs and start whipping up your own baby food. Bonus: This processor won’t wake up your sleeping baby! No electricity needed. Stainless steel blades. Patented blade mechanism. Bowl and blades are dishwasher-safe. BpA-free.
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  1. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great!, November 27, 2011
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    Emly

    This review is from: Boon Mush Manual Baby Food Processor, Tangerine (Baby Product)

    I got this to take along on an upcoming trip with my 13 month old twins and I must say I was pleasantly surprised, as it got table food to a nice “chewed up” consistency. I gave it four stars because it”s a tad too big to just throw in the diaper bag easily and it takes a little muscle to use the mechanism, although an effective one for sure. The first time we tested it out, i ended up with a pretty large cut on my finger (the blades are very sharp!) and when my husband took over, he ended up sending the whole processor across the kitchen, spattering a mishmash of turkey and stuffing all over the clean dishes so yes, it takes a little practice. Fyi, if you’re looking for a fine pureed consistency for your final product, this isn’t the apparatus for you. Ill be using this a lot for my twins as theyre transitioning to table/finger foods and even for chopping things up so another yay for Boon!

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  2. Brazilian Jazzaholic! says:
    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nifty, handy little device for chopping up (baby) food., April 4, 2012
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    Brazilian Jazzaholic! (CALIFORNIA) –

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    Although we usually feed our 9 month-old baby organic, store-bought baby food in pouches, I wanted a simple food processor that we could use once-in-awhile to make homemade baby food, or to add finely-chopped fruits and veggies to ready-made purees for an extra nutrient boost. I didn’t want to plunk down over $100 for an electric baby food maker that would only be used occasionally, and which would become virtually useless once my baby started eating table food. But it was extremely difficult to find a regular electric food processor that’s BPA-free. So I started researching manual baby food-makers, and came across the Boon Mush. This is a deceptively-simple device consisting of 3 sharp metal blades that the user spins within a bowl by pulling on a ring connected to a string. At first, I was skeptical about how a product resembling a child’s toy (minus the sharp blades) could possibly dice and chop fruits and vegetables finely enough to make baby food. Well, the Boon Mush made a believer out of me! Its 3 blades minced everything we put in it, from steamed carrots to mangoes, efficiently and effectively. The consistency of the finished product depends on the amount of time and power you put into pulling the cord mechanism to rotate the blades, and of course, the type of food you start with (juicy vs. dry). On that note, the Boon Mush will not make 100% smooth purees like you might get with an electric food processor or high-end blender. Rather, as its name suggests, the finest consistency you can get is a textured “mush” containing very small bits of food. Therefore, this product may not be ideal for making baby food for an infant who’s just getting started on solid foods. But once your baby is ready for textured solids, the Boon Mush is likely to become one of your “go-to” baby food-making devices. It’s BPA-free, which is a huge plus. And, as an added bonus, it can be used to dice and chop fruits and veggies for “adult” food once your little-one has outgrown baby food.

    Grade: A

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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    this does not puree – merely chops and shreds, July 4, 2012
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    i have a one year old that cannot chew meat or chicken so i bought this hoping that i would be able to mash up meat for her. this merely shreds chicken and even to do that, it needs a lot of liquid. i put chunks of cooked beef in here, that i had cut up and it did nothing. the meat chunks just got stuck on the ends of the blades and all that happened when i pulled the string was the meat wiping the bowl. terrible product. excellent idea, but poor execution. what it did do well was with noodle soups – the noodles were cut into bitesize pieces but i don’t think that it justifies the keeping of this product.

    i can see how this would do well with very soft foods with considerable liquid – but if foods are already that soft, i don’t need to use the boon mush for it.

    use at your own risk, make sure you can get free returns. also, clean up is not as easy as it claims. any liquid splashes out, gets inside the top of the lid, and sometimes on the inside of the lid. when you chop up hot foods, the lid has a tendency to get stuck from the suction. so either you need super strength to undo it, or wait until it cools down.

    i will be returning this. i’m surprised by all of the good reviews.

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