View Full Version : blenders and such
04-14-2006, 08:52 AM
I am getting ready to make some major purchases towards my raw journey and need help from more of the experienced raw fooders. I have a blender that I have been using (cheap regular GE kind) that has been doing a wonderful job with my smoothies, or so I think as I have nothing to compare it with. I have been reading and hearing about the K-tec blender and wonder if there really is a difference in the consistency of the smoothie or other things that would warrant me paying in the upward $400 range for a blender. Also, I am getting ready to get a dehydrator and want to know if you would recommend the Excalibur. Also, what wheatgrass juicer would you recommend. I will be making these purchases within the next few days, so any help would be greatly appreciated. I am just so excited and so full of energy!!!
04-14-2006, 09:09 AM
g'd day goyet,
If you do a search here you'll find SO many questions and answers on just this topic.*points up to 'nana*.
A quick answer ~ I've got both K-Tec AND Vita-Mix and absolutely love the VM. Reason being is, the K-Tec starts at such a high speed whereas the VM starts slowly and builds up nicely.
LOVE my 9-tray Excalibur. You might not wish to get the smaller one being that if you make something like lasange or cake then you have to remove trays.
Wheatgrass juicer ~ our most popular one is the Healthy juicer.
04-24-2006, 03:03 PM
WELCOME WELCOME WELCOME
Excalibur 9 tray,
cuisinart 11 cup
I know that is alot, but I think they are essential in the raw kitchen
however you can sub with
American harvest snack master with temp control $40 at Walmart
Black and decker food processor $40 at Walmart
Good blender $20 to $40 at Walmart
big savings, for okay appliances, to start you off with.
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