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    Has anyone got one?

    Do you use it regularly?

    What's your favourite recipe?

    Can I out raw veg in it? Like carrots, beetroot etc? Or is that too hard?

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    yes I have one

    yes I use it regularly

    yes you can put raw veg in it.


    I usually just make fruit ones - or fruit with spinach and chia seeds. I need it to be sweet.

    I keep rasberries in the freezer, and always put a couple in ... but other than that I put whatever fruit I happen to have in the fridge. Stone fruit is especially good ...

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    Oh subbing. I was hoping a thread for this would come up, I've been wondering what the juices etc are like from it, ie if you put nuts etc in it, do they really turn to liquid, or are you drinking grainy juice? Or does it all have to be smoothie-like to cover that up?

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    it does pulverise everything ...

    I am currently enjoying a yummy smoothie of apple, nectarine, banana, rasberry and spinach ... with a small scoop of icecream for extra yumminess (with banana you usually dont need it as it makes it creamy, but icecream or yoghurt is always great)

    ice in everything ... makes it cold and slushy like

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    I use mine all the time, more for purées (to put thru DS's Greek yoghurt), dips, salad dressings, grinding Parmesan, curry pastes, pestos, iced coffees... Hmmmm everything, I got a new one for Christmas as my old one (10 years old) was starting to get a bit warn out. Love it!!!

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    I absolutely love mine, I mainly use it for shakes/smoothies. I don't peel anything or remove any seeds. Just cut up my fruit and veg and stick it on I put whole nuts in my shakes too for added protein. Works perfect.
    I usually use frozen berries when I'm making fresh smoothies but I also make up pre prepared 'shake packs' (cut up fruit and veg) and put them in the freezer until I need them. Just open the snap lock bag, put in, add water (& leafy greens if I'm feeling really healthy) and blitz.
    A friend of mine uses hers for crushing ice etc.
    Would highly recommend.

    Love the idea of curry paste, definitely stealing that one!
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    I have the magic bullet same same and I use it every day

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