Super Blending is a blending.... just better.

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What is Super Blending?


Super Blending is blending.... just better. The process occurs by using a Super Blender which is a high-powered, versatile appliances that does a lot more than the average blender can do, such as creamier soups and smoothies, faster ice crushing, nut butters and purées that look and taste like they are straight out of a professional kitchen.

  • Texture - you get only the creamiest blend possible with a Super Blender.
  • Material - all Super Blenders are made from strong quality materials that are not only food safe but durable to last for a very long time.
  • Liquefy - all Super Blenders are liquefying, whatever material you put in a Super Blender will be reduced to a liquid in seconds compared to an average blender that liquefies some parts and only chops the rest finely.
  • Efficiency - a Super Blender allows you to prepare healthy food faster, since it is an all in one appliance, you can create different dishes by simply rinsing the jug and moving onto the next dish. From starter to dessert, a Super Blender becomes your own personal kitchen assistant.
  • Time - almost everything is ready in less than 5 minutes.


What a Super Blender can do

  • Creamy smoothies.
  • Steaming hot soups from raw ingredients.
  • Raw nut butters.
  • Frozen desserts.
  • Grind coffee beans and grains.
  • Knead bread.
  • Whip eggs and cream.
  • Mix batters for pancakes, waffles, etc.
  • Nut milks.
  • Juice.
  • Blend whole ingredients, without chopping into smaller pieces.
  • Shred and chop vegetables.
  • Condiments.
  • Turn dehydrated produce into powder.

But how is this different to an average blender?

An average blender does not have the capacity, or the motor strength, to blend hard produce, meaning that fruits and vegetables have to be peeled, in some cases semi boiled just to soften them up. Average blenders cannot grind coffee beans or grains or make smooth nut butters. When it comes to grinding ice, the ability of an average blender is limited.