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Hi all, I'm having my DS surgery on 7/23 and I'm looking for a food processor that can puree meat post op, as I'd like to experiment with a few different recipes so i won't be bored.

Any ideas?

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I have this one from Black and Decker and it works great for everything. I pureed baked chicken and baked salmon as well as some veggies during that stage. I still use it to make cauliflower mash with some butter and garlic. I got it on eBay for about $20.

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Ninja bullet

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Thank you guys!

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💕loveee my cuisanart

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Hi all, I'm having my DS surgery on 7/23 and I'm looking for a food processor that can puree meat post op, as I'd like to experiment with a few different recipes so i won't be bored.
Any ideas?
I have the Nutra Vita machine it's awesome. A little pricey mine was like 150 dollars.

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If you are looking for something super high end check out the thermomix TM5. Just be prepared to laugh when you see how much it costs.

https://thermomix.com/

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@Brent701 that price is ridiculous!!😳😳

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I use Nutri Ninja with Auto IQ

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