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BPA Free Personal Blender PB-250


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BPA Free Personal Blender PB-250

As versatile as it is portable, the Personal Blender delivers an impressive 200 watts of ice-crushing, smoothie-making power wherever you plug it in. Personal Blender is compact and smartly designed with high impact BPA Free containers for blending, grinding or serving. The containers conveniently come with a lid for easy storage. Capable of 2 function modes: One touch short pulsation or press down for continuous blending/grinding operation.

In less than a minute, you could enjoy any of your favorite, nutritious and delicious recipes anywhere. Comes complete with an Operation Manual for easy use / easy clean and 40 easy to follow recipes for delicious soups, sauces, salads, dips, porridges, pesto, pates, puddings and baby foods! The Grinder is a small and powerful machine that will freshly grind seeds, nuts, coffee beans or even flax seeds.
Following parts come with BLM-PB250:
  • Motor Base
  • 1 Blender Blade (4 pronged)
  • 1 Grinder Blade ( 2 pronged)
  • 2 16oz Blender Containers with Lids
  • 2 8oz Grinder Containers with Lids
  • 1 Operation Manual
6.5" [H] x 4.75" [Dia.]
motor: industrial class
motor performance: 200 watts
weight: 3.7 lbs
casing: high impact polycarbonate
1 year warranty
Personal Blender® Featured on VegTV!
On the first episode of VegTV, a vegetarian cooking show hosted by best-selling author and syndicated newspaper columnist Marie Oser, and Emmy Award winning TV journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell, Personal Blender was used to conveniently blend, chop, and mince tasty ingredients to make delicious (and nutritious) Veggie Nachos. Click the image to see the recipe from the show!
Streaming Video Demonstration
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Personal Blender
1. What is the maximum amount of liquid and food to put into the blender container?
The blender volume will hold one and half cups of liquid and solids. To avoid overflowing, stay at or under these amounts. The ratio of 1 cup of liquids and 1/2 cup of solids is recommended, or 1 cup of solids with 1/2 cup of liquids can also be blended safely.
2. What happens when vegetables are put into the blender and they don't blend?
Putting more liquid in the blender container and removing half the vegetables makes for easier blending. Once the first half is blended, put in the remaining vegetables and they will blend with ease.
3. Can the blender process flaxseeds into flax meal?
The smaller, wider based blender container is perfect for grinding flax and other small seeds. Put the seeds dry into the smaller container, using the grinding blade that fits this blender container, and pulse or leave the blender on continuous blending for the consistency you desire. Flax, sunflower, pumpkin, and sesame seeds can easily be blended into a 'meal' or finely powdered consistency.
4. Does the Personal Blender 'chop' ice?
Yes, ice is easily chopped. If you want to make a 'smoothie', add 3 or 4 ice cubes to the recipe and make it refreshingly cool. Snow cones can also be blended with just ice and a bit of fruit juice concentrate flavoring. During hot weather these recipes are a great way to cool down.
5. Can the Personal Blender grind nuts?
Yes, you can grind nuts into a "nut meal" or a fine powder. For this kind of consistency, make sure the nuts are totally dry before putting into the blender. Please note, the blender is not built to make nut butters. It can make pates and sauces with nuts – look in our recipe book for suggestions.
6. Does the Personal Blender make salad dressings?
Yes, easily. Use the ingredient ratio of liquids to solids to make sure you don't overflow - 1/2 cup liquids to 1 cup solids. If a thinner dressing is desired, add more liquids: oils, lemon juice, vinegar, or soft 'fruits' (i.e. avocado, sliced tomatoes).
7. How can fruit sauces be made in the Personal Blender?
Many different kinds of fruit 'sauces' can be simply blended whether it be apple sauce, pear sauce, or peach sauce. Add half the fruit with at least 1/4 cup liquid - water or juice works well - and then blend. Add the remaining fruit to thicken the sauce. If softer fruit sauces are desired - like blueberry, raspberry, or other berries - just blend the fruit alone. No other liquid is needed as these fruits are easily "sauced."
8. Does the Personal Blender make baby food?
Yes, as many varieties as you can create from raw fruits, raw vegetables, or lightly steamed vegetables. Caution: if you are blending hot foods - use a pot holder or other protection for your hands when you take the blender off its base. The blender material does heat up - avoid burning your hands.
9. Is the Personal Blender container dishwasher safe?
Yes, the blender container can be put into a dishwasher. We recommend that you hand wash the containers and blades. This way your blender is clean and ready to use at any time. No need to wait until the dishwasher is full, cleaned, and cleared out.
Caution: any type of plastic you clean in those extreme types of heat can begin to warp.
10. Can the Personal Blender process hot foods?
Yes, the blender container and blade can process freshly cooked foods that are hot. However, when touching the blender container - please protect your hands with a pot holder or a thick towel. The blender container can and does heat up quickly. Avoid burning your hands.

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