The Bottom Line:
If you're in the market for a blender, give it a whirl.
Reviewed by: Cordula MermelsteinReviewed on: 9/7/2010 10:29:23 AM
First thing we noticed when we took the ninja out of the box was the two containrers each with their own set of blades. We immediately wanted to see how well the ninja realised its claims of blening food without turning it into total mush. We chopped some apples and fouond that despite a few large chunks, the apples were chopped evenly anc nicely. the end result was not mushy or liquidy at all.
The next test we wanted to see how well it would do at making apple sauce. so we put the apple chunks back in and continued to chop them. The end result was again very good. Aside from a few errant chunks, the aopple sause was uniform and smooth.
The next test we did was to make 'snow' from ice cubes. snow can be used to make snow cones for a quick home made dessert. We put the ice in and in about thirty seconds we had excellent crushed ice that we could use for frozen drinks or dessert.
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