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Blendtec or regular blender?
Posted by: anneh ()
Date: June 12, 2016 10:14PM

Hi, I have been juicing and eat mostly raw for quite a long time. I make my own nut mylk using an old Oster blender. Also use it for smoothies, doesn't do a great job but its ok. So at Bed/Beth/Beyond they have a Blendtec Classic on sale for $227.99 plus can use a 20% off coupon and bring it down to $182.39. This is still alot of money to me so am wondering if its worthwhile as I probably would only use it for smoothies and nut mylk. Also concerned that Blendtec high speed etc might break down more nutrients? Any thoughts? Was going to buy the Ninja which was also on sale but not sure I like that brand. anneh



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/12/2016 10:18PM by anneh.

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Re: Blendtec or regular blender?
Posted by: anneh ()
Date: June 16, 2016 10:08PM

sorry no-one bothered to respond, guess no help here sad smiley

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Re: Blendtec or regular blender?
Posted by: Prana ()
Date: July 01, 2016 02:39AM

It is possible to really heat up smoothies and blends using a high powered blender like the BlendTec or the VitaMix. On the plus side, things get really blended with the high powered blenders.

That's a great price on a Blendtec.


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