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I highly recommend this product.,
This review is from: Philips HR2094 Aluminium Blender, 750 Watt, Chrome/Black (Kitchen & Home)This blender is a great piece of kit it functions well, it looks great and compare to other blenders I have tried, it is considerable more quiet and produces silky smoothies, purées or soups.
As a bonus, the mesh filter turns the machine into a sort of juice extractor/ fruit and vegetable purée maker, so you can make small amounts of thick refreshing juice. ( but you do have to chop everything into small pieces first.) I would imagine this would also save the hassle of having the pass the soup through a sieve. (If your are into making extra fine cheffy soups.)
It is a shame the manufactures write up does not do the product justice, however when you read the instruction manual, the true potential of this equipment becomes evident, when you find you can even make your own filtered Soya milk or fruit juice with this machine and more. (No recipe Book)
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Initial post: 8 Feb 2012 13:56:48 GMT
is it good at blending hard vegetables, like broccoli or cabbage?
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Apr 2012 11:09:48 BDT
Mr Gumby says:
It's a blender, not a food processor. I wouldn't expect it to be able to deal with uncooked hard vegetables but it shouldn't have any problems with them if they're cooked.
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