Food Blender

Food Blender: We sell equipment no kitchen should be without

We have lots of kitchen equipment at some of the lowest prices on the net, including Food Blenders, Processors, Steamers, Mixers and Slicers. We also offer Smoothie makers and Juicers, we hope you find exactly what you are looking for.

Food Blenders : Processors : Steamers : Mixers : Slicers : Smoothie Makers

Food Blenders

Food blenders have lots of uses in the kitchen from making your favorite soup to blending your energy bursting protien smoothie, the options of what you can make in your food blender are never ending, we will try and help you decide which food blender to buy.

http// The true measure of a blender is its performance over a long period of time. After reading owner-written blender reviews from According to consumer reviews, we have come to the conclusion that wether you are buying a £20.00 food blender or a £500.00 blender, It is basically down to your personal needs, if you run a resturant you will need an industrial blender as it will get alot more use than a small family using the blender once a week.

What to look for

  1. Look for a pulse option. Testers generally like having a pulse button, which lets you turn on the blender for short bursts. This is helpful when you don't want to over-process ingredients and for crushing ice. For models with a switch, it's easy to flip the switch on and off for pulse.
  2. Look for a removable blade. Blenders with non-removable blades are harder to clean, altho blenders with non-removable blades are less likely to leak.
  3. More than three speeds aren't necessary. Experts say that three well-differentiated speeds are more than enough.
  4. A high price doesn't guarantee performance. Some blenders costing as much as £200 receive low marks in professional tests, while some budget models (£25.00) get better reviews.
  5. Push buttons can be harder to clean. It can be next to impossible to clean the crevices between buttons. Dial controls, touchpads and switches are better options.
  6. Consider the container. Tapered jars funnel food down to the blades, yielding more uniform results. Plastic jars scratch, and scratches can become repositories for odor and stains. Glass jars are heavier and more stable. altho some jugs are shatterproof and the sort we recommend.
  7. Size and appearance might matter. Since many blenders remain on the counter, styling and colors that suit your kitchen may be a factor in selecting a blender. Also, some blenders are taller than others and may not fit under upper cabinets and take up alot of space in your cuboards.
  8. Consider your usage. Are you buying a blender for the occasional smootie? Make sure the one you choose handles ice and frozon fruit well. Are you eating mostly raw food and want to blend up several smoothies a day? Look at a heavy-duty model. If you plan to use the blender occasionally for medium-duty tasks, choose a "home" model or a budget pick.

"Its an absolutely fabulous machine. Easy to use and even easier to clean. Well worth the money." Hinari MB280 The Genie Multi-attachment blender

Quote Source : Mr T Bond : Personal Trainer & Nutritionalist