For why You Want The Best Blender?
The best blender for you is one that will be trouble free, allow you to create awesome smoothies at home, replace several other cheaper appliances, be easy to use, and allow you to prepare meals at home you have never even considered before.
Choosing the best blender for your needs depends on what you are going to do with it, because no blender is going to prepare meals for you. But there is good news. If you choose one of the best blenders it will open up a whole new world of culinary delights to you.
Because the best blender is the one that you will want to use routinely to make great food you never would have made without it.
How to Buy a Blender ?
Deciding how to buy a blender can be a daunting process with the large variety of features and How to Buy a Blender I’m going to do my best to simplify the process .
choosing the right blender for you.
The first question people ask is “Which brand of blender should I buy?” There are so many different makes and models of blenders it can get confusing really fast. The cost of blenders can range from under $100 to over $500.
It can be quite distressing … buying an appliance and a month later having it break down, leak, quit or worse – you never use it and have wasted the money and effort trying to find a great appliance.
My goal is to help you determine what you are looking for in a kitchen blender and help you find one that will best suit your needs.
Answer the questions in the table below and decide if you are a beginner, intermediate, advanced or professional blender.
Then review the options I have listed below for each category.
|How often will you blend, times per day?||< 1||1||2 to 20||> 20|
|How many people will you be preparing for?||1||1 to 4||4 to 10||> 10|
|Will it be used in a business?||No||No||No||Yes|
|Do you intend to grind grains and nuts?||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|Do you intend to blend frozen foods and/or ice frequently?||No||No Often||Yes||Frequently|
|Do you intend to blend raw greens?||No||No Often||Yes||Yes|
|Do you intend to make hot soup with the blender?||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|Do you have room on your countertop or cabinets to store the blender?||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|How much can you spend?||< $100||$100 to $200||$200 to $500||> $550|
You are budget minded looking for a great value blender to help with small tasks like blending raw fruit smoothies, protein shakes and single serving size blending. You will only need your blender occasionally, so it also needs to be smaller for easy storage when not being used. If at some point you decide to upgrade to a more advanced type blender it will still be handy to have in the kitchen for small jobs.
Top Blender Picks for the Beginner
You are preparing meals and snacks for up to four people on sometimes a daily basis. You may occasionally blend frozen fruits or greens in your smoothies, but don’t plan on grinding wheat to bake your own bread anytime soon. You are looking for a quality machine and don’t mind paying a little more for a blender that will last years and not weeks.
Top Blender Picks for Intermediate
You have likely owned several cheaper blenders that did not hold up to your daily demands of green smoothies and crushing ice. Now you are ready to make the investment in a professional grade blender. You expect this blender to last many years and have a great warranty that backs it up. The blender is one of your most valued appliances in your kitchen and you need a machine that will not hold you back from grinding wheat or making hot raw soup.
Top Blender Picks for Advanced
When the doors are open to your establishment your blender seems to run almost constantly. You believe that a good blender should be seen and not heard by your customers, so adequate sound dampening is a must. In addition to being quiet you need a blender to withstand years of heavy duty blending without issues, because your customers expect consistent quality.