Calling Bio Chef’s machine a “blender” actually does it a disservice, because this commercial-grade unit does much more than your average home-use blender. Of course, you can whip up the smoothies, protein drinks and cocktails that most people make with their machines, but this blender will also allow you to make hot soups, baby food, ice cream (no, that’s not a typo) and process food.
We could get technical here, too, and tell you that this blender’s precisely engineered blades break the cell walls of the foods, which makes the nutrients and enzymes more readily available to your body. The skins, seeds and peels from fruits and vegetables are pulverized, so you and yours get all the goodness that’s in the produce.
Back to that ice cream business. Bio Chef says that their blender’s blade action “crushes and cuts up frozen fruit to create a larger frozen surface that refreezes itself into a smooth and scrumptious soft-serve frozen treat.” Whether that’s technically ice cream or not is up for debate, but certainly it’ll create something delicious to be enjoyed on a hot summer’s night.
As far as the hot soup goes, the high speed blades involved here bring fresh ingredients to the boiling point resulting in steaming hot and smooth soup in as little as 4 minutes. Can making a first course get any easier? Suffice it to say that the baby food that is purchased from the store isn’t nearly as full of fibre and essential nutrients as what you can make with the Bio Chef Blender.
The variable speed dial makes it easy to both dry-chop or wet-chop anything from a whole head of cabbage to a handful of olives.
So, Bio Chef’s offering is much more than a smoothie maker. Conceivably, you could be using it every day to get the most out of the foods that you serve your family. Preparations are easier, much quicker and yield more in terms of nutritional value. As mentioned earlier, this is no mere blender. It’s a machine that will help you get more out of both time and food.