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Please share your experiences if you bought any of the canned pureed food from Woodbury.

I am interested in the property because it would be easier and less messy to make my own, and, the have Salisbury Steak puree!

http://www.woodburyproducts.com/products.asp?dept=Food%20Nutritional&pagenumber=1&val=8

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Do you own a stick blender and a tall container?

There is no muss and no fuss in purees. If you don't wanna cook, go pick your favorite low carb entree from the frozen food isle. Cook to the instructions. Splash a little unflavored Protein Powder in it to boost Protein and go to town with your stick blender and low sodium stock (chicken or beef). (Lean Cuisine, Weight Watchers, any freshly prepared food, etc. LOL) Rinse the stick blender, put the container in the dishwasher. Measure out 1/8c of food and done!

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Never owned one, I thought a blender of some sort would be required. I don't own a lot of tools to build meals.

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A blender is so big--unless you have a bullet or Ninja cup size blender. You can get a stick blender (Cuisinart) for somewhere around $20. It's very versatile. That's about all I use and I have a sh*t ton of equipment.

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On 3/27/2018 at 8:27 AM, FluffyChix said:

Do you own a stick blender and a tall container?

There is no muss and no fuss in purees. If you don't wanna cook, go pick your favorite low carb entree from the frozen food isle. Cook to the instructions. Splash a little unflavored Protein Powder in it to boost Protein and go to town with your stick blender and low sodium stock (chicken or beef). (Lean Cuisine, Weight Watchers, any freshly prepared food, etc. LOL) Rinse the stick blender, put the container in the dishwasher. Measure out 1/8c of food and done!

Have you blended any of these yourself and do they meet Protein requirements?

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