REVIEW: Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender

I heard about the Williams-Sonoma Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender in my Occupational Health & Safety class and I knew that I had to try it. It is the quietest blender in its class with a 7 year warranty. This blender makes sorbet, peanut butter, and butter from scratch. It can handle ice cubes for frozen daiquiris and boiling liquids such as soup.

The Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender is also a juicer. In addition, it can process cooked and raw meat for making patties and meatballs. The unique thing about this blender is that it only requires one blade to do all of these various things. All you have to do is change the settings and you never have to remove a blade or a part. It also has an easy cleaning process where it self-cleans for you by simply touching a button.

I couldn’t do a fair review without testing the Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender. The first thing I noticed was the that the seal is excellent and the motor is super strong. I made mango sorbet which had a good consistency and it was creamy. My smoothies have improved tremendously since using this blender. My morning smoothies were creamy and the ingredients were pulverized so there were no seeds.

I tried a variety of different fruits in my smoothies. I also decided to make citrus butter which was chunky, yet creamy. The citrus fruit was broken into small pieces for an added kick to the butter. Also, I made thai pumpkin soup. The soup was rich without any chunks and the consistency was good. All of these occurred in seconds. Lastly, I chopped an onion.

Overall, I was very impressed with the Vitamix Professional Series 750 Blender. If you use your blender on a regular basis, it is a worthwhile investment. Although it is expensive, you’ll find yourself using this blender on a daily basis for sorbets and anything delicious that you make using a blender. This is a must have appliance for any kitchen.

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