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Trying to pick a blender for my disabled son.

Was the Osterizer you had one of the 60s - 70s vintage with a flat front and a lot of push buttons all in a row? There's a lot of vintage Osterizers for sale online, but I want to make sure I pick a good model.

Jan 13, 2012
dad2disabled in Cookware

Trying to pick a blender for my disabled son.

He's too young now, but I'll keep that in mind.

Jan 13, 2012
dad2disabled in Cookware

Trying to pick a blender for my disabled son.

We have a magic bullet that we're using in the interim, but that's not a long term solution. A smaller blender would be okay as long as it works well and is reliable, that's why I had a full blender in mind.

Jan 12, 2012
dad2disabled in Cookware

Trying to pick a blender for my disabled son.

I need a blender for one thing only, to blend food for my disabled son who does not chew his food properly. So, I need something that'll turn pretty much any meal into a pretty smooth consistency, maybe just slightly chunk but no more than you would swallow. I'd been borrowing a friend's Blendtec but had to return it. The Blendtec worked but I was hoping not to have to spend that kind of money and thought maybe one of the Cuisinarts on sale would do the job, but I see they've got some really bad reviews. Perhaps an immersion blender would be better? What would you recommend?

Jan 12, 2012
dad2disabled in Cookware