The Robot Coupe Blixer is the ultimate food-processing tool for a person that requires to prepare liquid or semi-liquid foods. A staple in healthcare facility kitchens for planning foods for spoon or tube feeding, this unit is also marvellous for restaurants that require to originate mousses, grind herbs, or prepare butter mixtures, sauces, or salad dressings. The difference between a Blixer and a traditional food processor using an S blade is basically simple: it comes down to blade speed. At through 3400 rpm, a Blixer’s blade moves more than twice as quick as a traditional food processor blade. Further, the bowl cover comes with this scraper arm, to be sure there are no unprocessed bigger particles left. In healthcare, it’s markedly important for a couple of patients to have food directly liquidized.
Today I am utilizing the Blixer 4, with the 4 1/2 quart stainless steel bowl. There is in addition Blixer 4V, which has a variable speed knob to master blade speed. As you can see, this unit has super-simple controls. Just and on and off and pulse. Again, you’ll note the easy-to-clean stainless steel bowl, the clear cover for you to monitor your processing, and the scraper arm.
You’ll note that the scraper arm assembly and cover in addition have a hole to facilitate for the addition of liquids into your emulsions. This unit is very secure, and won’t operate with the cover off. In addition, being a commercial unit, the motor is protected by a breaker in case of overloading or overheating. The reset button is on the underside, and simple to find. Let’s see how the Blixer works for loads of foods mostly used in healthcare. And now, a couple of Blixer recipes for your cafeteria.
This is my article dedicated to juicing beets recipes.
Frankly, I love the things, and I really find, I don’t know if it’s just me, but every time I feel tired or I feel a cold coming on, juicing beets really helps me. Maybe it’s a placebo thing. I don’t care. I’m making an article especially for that special vegetable in my life.
So here of some stats of said vegetable;
Beets contain calcium, iron, sulphur, potassium, beta-carotene, choline, and vitamin C.
They are high in manganese, an important mineral for brain function.
Beets are also high in minerals that strengthen the liver and gall bladder, and are the building blocks for blood corpuscles and cells.
Beets are famous for their ability to cleanse the blood.
Beet juice is super concentrated so I’d strongly advise you dilute it with water or other juices.
Purchase firm, rock-hard beets. Being a root, they can be stored for months in the refrigerator.
Juicing beets recipes:
Carrot, spinach and beets
beet with greens
5 – 6 leaves of Romaine or other leaf lettuce
3 – 4 leaves of spinach
Scrub organic carrots or peel the carrots if they are not organic. Clean and cut beet into slender wedges, and wash & dry lettuce and spinach leaves. Juice half of the carrots, and the beet, and then you may use the remaining carrots to help push the lettuce and spinach through the juicer.
Juice 1 small beet.
Juice 1 pear.
Juice 1 Fiji apple.
Juice a small piece of ginger 2 inches max.
Juice 2 inches of salsify root.
Juice 4 individual celery stalks.
Juice 10-12 carrots.
Juice 1 small parsnip.
4 Ounces of Raw Beet (with leaves)
3 Ounces of Raw Cucumber
9 Ounces Raw Carrot
As found on Youtube