What blenders and juicers do you use ?




Blenders can be used to chop, mix, and blend ingredients for a variety of recipes.  We use the vitamix on a daily basis to make cashew milk, blue berry smoothie, soups, sauces, salad dressing. The vitamix blender has a 7 year warranty.


Oster hand blender

My hand blender takes up almost NO space, it’s small and fits just about anywhere. The greatest thing about using an immersion blender instead of a bigger appliance is that I’m left with hardly any cleanup. Just clean the blender piece and whatever bowl or pot you blended your creation in, and you’re done. You can make salsa, pesto, whipped cream, get the lumps out when making batter, thicken soups and sauces by partially blending a portion of the soup or sauce while its cooking in a pot.  You can get a good immersion blender for under $40.



The Cuisinart Food Processor that I have has an extra-large feed tube that holds whole fruits and vegetables. Features a 14-cup work bowl, 4mm stainless steel medium slicing disc, stainless steel shredding disc, and chopping/mixing blade. It’s a versatile kitchen appliance that can quickly and easily chop, slice, shred, grind, and puree almost any food. I use it to “rice” cauliflower and broccoli, shred vegetables like cabbage, radishes, beets in mins to make salads and wraps, grind meat and sea food.


Huron Slow Juicer

Hurom uses an auger to squeeze out juice instead of shredding fruits and vegetables with high-speed blades like cheaper centrifugal juicers. This natural motion minimizes damage to ingredients, keeping natural taste and nutrition intact. You get more juice for every piece of fruit, vegetable, and nut leaving the driest pulp. I use this juicer on a daily basis as well to make fresh juices. I make celery juice every morning that has many benefits such as helping clear a sluggish liver and improving digestion.

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