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  • This seemed less than efficient and we were definitely skeptical, however having tried it we realized that this was definitely sufficient

    • by Agoobacha

      My boyfriend and I recently moved from our studio apartment to a real one bedroom, giving us the opportunity to utilize our space, which really means buy more stuff. In an effort to be more efficient with our time and space, we decided we needed to buy a blender and so we set off to Target to pick out a good deal. Obviously the selection was wide and the deals were enticing, however we settled on a middle-of-the-way priced item, Ninja Master Prep. This was our decision for several reasons, first of all this promised to not only be a blender, but also a food processor. There were not one, but two devices in the box! Also, the marketing on this product is great. The box

      is colorful and engaging and the prosing of turning the hardest of ice into shaved snow seemed highly impressive to us. The item was marked down to under $50, which is right about what we wanted to spend so we eagerly purchased it.

      We were excited and decided to try it out as soon as we got home. Our first meal to be made in the food processor apparatus of the Ninja Master Prep was to be falafels, therefore we loaded it up with some chickpeas, onions, garlic, spices and got ready to chop. Several things struck as slightly less than perfect. First of all, there are no specified settings as is commonly expected of these types of products. Instead of the conveniently labeled “chop” ...

      • or “blend” or “puree”, the instructions suggest different amounts and lengths of pulses to reach the correct consistency with whatever it is you are processing. This seemed less than efficient and we were definitely skeptical, however having tried it we realized that this was definitely sufficient. Four short pulses provided us, as promised, with the perfect consistency for our falafel. Although it is not as precise as other blenders may be, you can definitely see when to stop or if you should keep going. This imprecision is totally forgivable because the Ninja really does chop up stuff extremely well and extremely quickly! Because the blades are stacked one above the other, instead of one little cluster at the bottom of the blender, you are able
        to chop up more thoroughly and quickly, since food at all levels is being dealt with instead of having to wait its turn.

        One thing that is definitely a huge plus on this product is that the blades are easily removable and detach from each other, making washing them a breeze.

        After inspecting the food processor and blender we realized that essentially there was no difference between them. Both use the same blades and power source. The only difference is really the size of the container. Essentially you are buying two blenders, one for single serve processing, and the other for larger parties. The advertising on this is great and slightly tricky, however for the price you are getting a stellar blender that really works great and cleans up easy.

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