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Magic Bullet, "as seen on tv"

TVWatcher Jun 11, 2006 12:52 AM

Has anyone tried the "Magic Bullet"? Thumbs up or down? I sort of liked the idea of having individual glasses to make smoothies/frozen drinks in.

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    prpjam RE: TVWatcher Jun 11, 2006 02:40 AM

    It is the perfect appliance for making protein drinks.

    I am not sure it would be great for guacamole, though.

    It should be good for smoothies, and yes, the individual cups are very convenient.

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      Wayne Keyser RE: TVWatcher Jun 11, 2006 05:28 AM

      I read a blog written by a fellow who just had gastric bypass surgery and therefore needs pureed foods for a while - he says "it works...barely. If I get a little healthier, I'll be able to stir faster than it can. Still, it's handy to have around. ... I don't recommend the machine for most kitchen uses but it serves my purpose."

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        Ida Red RE: TVWatcher Jun 11, 2006 09:11 AM

        What is it?

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          JK Grence (the Cosmic Jester) RE: Ida Red Jun 12, 2006 04:50 AM

          It's an overpriced blender hawked on late-night infomercials. According to their website, you get two of them for only 100 bucks... plus 40 dollars shipping and handling. For that kind of money, you could get yourself a Braun Multiquick stick blender which comes with plenty of attachments, and have money left over to go out for a nice dinner.

          Link: http://thecosmicjester.blogspot.com

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          ChowFun (derek) RE: TVWatcher Jun 12, 2006 05:08 AM

          Cooks Illustrated basically..."hated it" if you want the review..post an email address, and I'll forward it...

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