Vitamix Eastman Tritan Copolyester 32-Ounce Container with Dry Blade, Lid, and Recipe Book
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- Large 32-ounce container designed for the Vita-Mix appliance
- Hardened stainless-steel blades for grinding grains
- 2-part locking lid with a removable measuring cap
- Drip-free spout; raised calibrations; recipe book included
- Measures 7-1/2 by 9 by 13-1/2 inches; 3-year warranty
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Then, as long as I was experimenting, I decided to make my morning smoothie in this smaller container, and voila, it worked great, so I've been using this small one more for smaller quantities of things than because the blade is different.
All in all, I'm healthier because of the Vitamix which has proven its worth many times over. I like having the second smaller container and use it regularly, but not necessarily for dry processing since both blade types seem to handle the majority of things. I haven't used the recipe book (which didn't come with my container when I bought it some time ago) so I can't speak to that, but I do believe the container itself is a nice addition to my Vitamix, though not a requirement. One last note: the regular tamper also works with this container because of the tamper's graduated size and this container's smaller plug size.
The wet container does everything it promises, except I wouldn't try to boil soup in it. I got the dry container and have had a lot of fun grinding different grains and seeds. It's magic to watch everything get crushed into dust and it's satisfying to tell my guests that I made something from scratch -- not just a bag of flour but the actual grains or berries. Many of the ethnic dishes that required trips to specialty stores are now made possible by a visit to WholeFoods' bulk food section. The difference between the two containers is really in the way that food is spun away from the blades. I recommend the dry container for what it's meant to do.
A word of advice on using yeast if you are into making breads: wait till the flour cools before you add the yeast. My first batches were cooked by the heat from the freshly-ground flour! I learned to wait for the flour to cool and was then successful.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I haven't used this yet, but I know it will be great when I don't want to make such large quantities with my 64 oz. size. The price was a lot better than Costco, too!! Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Elizabeth In Kauai
container is great, use it more than 64 oz to make smaller servings and ease of retrieving ingredients; my only disappointment is that it did not come with its own tamper; Sold... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great! I bought it to make brown rice cereal for my baby and I've also made oatmeal for herPublished 2 months ago by Dominique