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Old 04-02-2020, 12:51 PM
 
Location: NYC
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Food processor
A food processor is just a smaller weaker blender with different blade attachments. You can do without if have a sharp knife and learn how to slice and dice. A blender holds more and some can change blades like the Ninja. I rather use a blender because it allows me to make soups by making purees quicker.
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Old 06-25-2020, 02:45 AM
 
Location: Washington, United Sates
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The best food processor for hummus UK is the Kitchen Aid blender I have reviewed above. In my opinion, it is the best food processor because it has all the features needed for carefully making this vegan food.

For example, it has a powerful motor with variable speeds, it is easy to control, and it features a hardened blending component. These attributes make it one of the few food processors or blenders on the market that can actually effortlessly be used to make hummus.
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Old 06-25-2020, 03:30 AM
 
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I am looking for good blender too, mine was broken recently
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Old 06-25-2020, 04:14 AM
 
Location: Sierra Nevadas (California)
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Either it is my technique (and I've tried modifying it) or my particular hand-held, but I find that unless I have used a very tall sided pot, it spatters everywhere. I made carrot curry soup the other day and had little speckles of orange on the stove (and myself).

For hummus (and I like mine with tahini and a lot of garlic and lemon) I have a large and small food processor and tend to use those, depending on batch size.

Get a paper plate & cover the bowl with it, then use a knife to cut a line, so you can put the blender in it. That way any splatter will be stopped by the paper plate.


I prefer my handheld over the larger machines.
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Old 06-29-2020, 09:21 PM
 
Location: Kirkland, WA (Metro Seattle)
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Is your Vitamix good at blending vegetables for gespacho? I Ninja Pro daily for green smoothies and once a week for gespacho so it gets quite a work out and I am on my second blender in 1.5 years. I need to find a very durable one, I guess, even having to pay more for it.

What model of Vitamix do you use?
All I know about my Vitamix, and I bought a refurbished from them directly mere months ago, is that one, it could crush rocks. Two, it purees smoothies including the spinach leaves I add, so I can't taste them (and sure don't want to). Literally a high-horsepower unit for making shakes (my primary purpose) or larger batches, two separate jugs/receptacles.

I've murdered lesser blenders in the past. 100% of my protein shakes contain ice, crushed but sometimes cubed because the colder the better, they're actually delicious with freshly crushed ice. Buy once, cry once moving forward, as shakes will be a major part of my life very soon for a year or more.
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Old 07-03-2020, 10:48 PM
 
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Vitamix. It's the BEST.

Although, you can get away with an Oster. Oster's are nice in that they're inexpensive, and you can attach ball jars to them- saves you the hassle of doing extra dishes!
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Old Today, 12:00 PM
 
Location: Loudon, TN
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I use a food processor, not a blender. I make small quantities and it's a lot easier to scrape out of a food processor because you can remove the blade.

I have a vitamix blender that I use for blender needs.
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