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Old 12-01-2007, 04:18 PM   #51
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My boyfriend has had a Magic Bullet for a while, but I'm the one who uses it more now that we live together. I don't use it much, but when I do it's usually to make milkshakes or to grind spices. I haven't quite mastered just chopping things with it rather than turning whatever I put in there into liquid (I've also tried to use it on tomatoes for penne alla vodka, but I basically just ended up with tomato sauce), but I'm hoping it's one of those things that comes with time. The next time I do garlic bread I'll probably use it to make up my garlic butter.

I don't even own a blender or a food processor, I just have the Magic Bullet in my kitchen. Since I'm only cooking for two anyway, it works nicely for me and I like that it doesn't take up much space on my counter.
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Old 01-02-2008, 05:33 PM   #52
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I couldnt justify the price for "The Magic Bullet" however i did find at Macy's the "Bella Cucina" which is the same thing but only 30 bucks. I purchased this recently and i LOVE it! I have a small kitched in a small apartment and this fits much better than a bulky blender. This also isnt as loud when chopping ice,etc as the bullet.

I have beel looking around for some decent smoothie recipies side from what mine suggests. thank you all for ideas!
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Old 01-02-2008, 05:40 PM   #53
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Hrm...after scnning thru this tread again i only see one recipe?!?!!??!
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Old 05-21-2009, 10:01 AM   #54
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lol, alix, you can rest easy. it's a blender/juicer/chopper, etc.
check it out at:
The Magic Bullet Blender - Official Website
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Makes SMOOFIES!!!!! yummmm yummmmmm yummmmmmm

I have a craving for a watermelon one, but I don't have a recipe, but I'd be willing to experiment if I had watermelon. :-)

I had a can of pears. Froze them, put them in the bullet w/a little bit of water and 1 or 2 pkts of Splenda (don't remember how many I used). Not great, but it wasn't bad, either.
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Old 05-21-2009, 10:17 AM   #55
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I was messing around in the last post for this thread. I'll behave now. Maybe.

I have a MB on counter top ... seriously handy.

Grinds coffee
Best milkshakes are those made at home
Baby food

Maybe to be continued, I promised my daughter the computer
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Old 08-23-2014, 06:08 PM   #56
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okay, one MORE message. these are the categories of recipes to choose from:
-party dips
-appetizers
-frozen cocktails
-breakfast dishes
-soups ans sandwiches
-dinner dishes
-desserts
-baby food
-coffee drinks
-smoothies
-juices
-the 7-minute cocktail party (w/ shopping list)

they have them seperated into:
-fat-free recipes
-vegetarian recipes
-kid-friendly recipes
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Luvs,
Are the recipes still available? Thanks.
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