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Expert Chef Potato Ricer Review

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Expert Chef Potato Ricer

I love being a Grandma and helping my daughter take care of my grandson. It’s very important to us that he has a healthy diet including lots of fresh and organic fruits and veggies. Elliot, my grandson, is ten months old so he still needs to eat soft foods like potatoes. I was really grateful to get a chance to try out this commercial grade Potato Ricer so I could make some homemade baby food for him.

The potato ricer can rice potatoes, carrots, turnips, cauliflower, pumpkin, butternut squash, parsnips and many more fruits and vegetables according to the Amazon description. I made some boiled potatoes and put them in the ricer and beautiful fluffy potatoes came out of the Ricer, I mixed them with a little formula and a tiny bit of organic butter and pink Himalayan salt and Elliot loved them! That was easy. Then I tried to rice some cooked broccoli, which was not on the list of veggies from Expert Chef, and that did not work out very well. The broccoli was too fibrous and all the Potato Ricer really did was squeeze the juice out. I am looking forward to trying out different fruits and veggies. I think I may try some cooked apples to make an applesauce with a little cinnamon.

If you have any healthy baby food recipes you think I should try out leave me a comment below.

 

Check out my YouTube video of me using the Potato Ricer.

 

 

Reasons I Love My Expert Chef Potato Ricer

  • highest quality 18/10 Stainless Steel

  • commercial grade

  • used by proffesionals 

  • heavy duty

  • 25% larger chamber

  • 3 different size hole discs

  • baby food disc

  • enhanced ergonomically designed soft grip handles

  • non-slip handles that absorb pressure while ricing

  • non-slip knob

  • easy to clean – dishwasher safe

  • 100% manufacturer warranty  

 

 

I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest unbiased review.

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