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May as well just stick with the kitchenaid. But get it from Costco so you can return it when you get tired of it or you can get one for a better price.

no, i'll save that for when i need a vitamix to grind some grain in a pinch for a party and then return it the next day or year later

 

 

but seriously, the more i think about, the more i think i probably just need a plain old blender with a glass jar. i'll save my extra money for a second ipad

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May as well just stick with the kitchenaid. But get it from Costco so you can return it when you get tired of it or you can get one for a better price.

no, i'll save that for when i need a vitamix to grind some grain in a pinch for a party and then return it the next day or year later

 

 

but seriously, the more i think about, the more i think i probably just need a plain old blender with a glass jar. i'll save my extra money for a second ipad

You can't eat an iPad.

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May as well just stick with the kitchenaid. But get it from Costco so you can return it when you get tired of it or you can get one for a better price.

no, i'll save that for when i need a vitamix to grind some grain in a pinch for a party and then return it the next day or year later

 

 

but seriously, the more i think about, the more i think i probably just need a plain old blender with a glass jar. i'll save my extra money for a second ipad

I have an adequate Oster with a plastic jar. Several times I've found a thrift store Oster of the same or similar model with glass jars for $5-10. Snapped those puppies right up, and sold the ugly-ass blender bases at garage sales. I keep a spare black ring that connects the jar to the base in my car so that I can see whether the next thrift store jar will fit onto my blender base.

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May as well just stick with the kitchenaid. But get it from Costco so you can return it when you get tired of it or you can get one for a better price.

no, i'll save that for when i need a vitamix to grind some grain in a pinch for a party and then return it the next day or year later

 

 

but seriously, the more i think about, the more i think i probably just need a plain old blender with a glass jar. i'll save my extra money for a second ipad

I have an adequate Oster with a plastic jar. Several times I've found a thrift store Oster of the same or similar model with glass jars for $5-10. Snapped those puppies right up, and sold the ugly-ass blender bases at garage sales. I keep a spare black ring that connects the jar to the base in my car so that I can see whether the next thrift store jar will fit onto my blender base.

i should probably look in my mom's basement at the "gallery of appliances past"

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3 minutes ago, Anthony Bonner said:

would a classic vita mix puree rehydrated chiles w/o added liquid? 

 Good question - seems like it purees everything, but I have a Blendtec so can't really say.

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