5 Ways to Use a Vitamix 7500 Blender

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Most people think that a Vitamix 7500 blender can only be used for making fresh fruit juice at home. The truth is that Vitamix can transform fruits and vegetables, cereals and creams into anything that you want. Unlike the ordinary blender, Vitamix is equipped with a powerful motor that enables it to chop whatever is thrown at it within a short time. In other words, it’s the only home appliance that doubles as a jack of many trades. Majority of the people don’t know how to utilize this kitchen appliance. As a matter of fact, there are so many things that you can do with a Vitamix that are not possible to achieve with a standard blender. And that’s why this particular blender comes with a premium price. Below is a list of the ways you can use Vitamix blender at home according to Blendertastic to spice up your meals.

  1. Make Ground Spices

With a Vitamix 7500 blender, you will forget about the old habit of buying grounded spices from the nearest grocery store. You will no longer worry about using expired spices that have been on the shelves for ages.  This is because the appliance gives you the privilege of making your own ground spices. All you have to do is source for spices that are in whole form and then ground them. However, you will need to dry them first to remove the moisture. The advantage of owning this masterpiece is that you will be grounding spices that are enough for a specified period to avoid using them past their shelf life.

  1. Cook Soup

Cooking soup is fun and more interesting when you have Vitamix. This is due to the fact that you can always indulge in thick soup at any time. And maybe that’s why the appliance is ranked the best kitchen appliance at eco sweet home.  Unlike an ordinary blender that leaves disgusting lumps in soup, Vitamix chops the ingredients to guarantee a finger licking experience. The appliance can also be used when making hot sauce for the barbeque.

  1. Grind Flour

Grinding flour with an ordinary blender is only a dream that never comes true. Vitamix blender comes with a special system that’s designed to transform any grain into powder. Once you are armed with this appliance, you will be able to grind anything you want into wheat. Whether you want to make flour out of pumpkin seeds or coconut, the blender is always good to go. The other advantage is that you don’t have to drink your soup while it’s cold because it’s always warmed by the blender.


  1. Make Creams

Cream that has not yet been whipped is not appealing to the eyes or taste buds. With such an appliance you don’t have to remain tied to creams that don’t satisfy your taste buds. You can customize to have flavor that you want in a matter of minutes if not seconds. The process is pretty simple. Just throw in your ingredients, press the power button and you will soon start seeing peaks forming inside the appliance.

  1. Crush Sugar

We all agree that wet sugar tends to form balls that are hard to break with a tablespoon. Vitamix can crush such balls into a fine white powder. Besides that, the blender can also be used to make scrambled eggs. To get started, make sure you have separated the eggs from the shells and pour the mixture containing the yolks into the blender. You can then add coriander and stir for about 3 minutes and then pour into a hot frying pan.




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