Q Can the blender be heated? Why is the stirred thing hot sometimes?
The blender itself does not have a heating function, but we all know that friction can generate heat. Under the super speed of the blender motor, if the driving time is relatively long, a lot of heat will be generated due to friction, and the food will become hot. This is a very normal physical phenomenon. It only takes more than 1 minute to beat ordinary fruits and vegetables (without nucleus). It is not a long time and will not noticeably become hot. But when it takes a few minutes to beat fruits with pits, soy milk, and peanut butter, the heat will become more obvious.
Q The blender sounds very loud, is it normal?
A The products are commercial heavy duty blenders, speed up to 26000 RPM, efficient crushing of food particles and the sound will inevitably be loud.
Q What blender is used for?
Blenders are used both in home and commercial kitchens for various purposes, including to: Grind semi-solid ingredients, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, into smooth purées. Blend ice cream, milk, and sweet sauces to make milkshakes. Mix and crush ice in cocktails such as the Zombie, pi?a colada and frozen ...
Q Which is better – a food processor or a blender?
It all depends on individual needs. A food processor is quick enough if you want to make a salad or something. You can do this in a blender too. There are a few things a blender cannot do, such as kneading dough.
Q What is the difference between a food processor and a blender?
A food processor is a type of device that cuts vegetables and fruits, chops, dices and purees. Some food processors also mix dough. However, they cannot do all the tasks that a blender might do, such as grinding, mixing and crushing.
A blender can do most of the things a food processor can perform. It can chop and puree vegetables and fruits.
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