Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. The must-have cookbook from the chefs at Vitamix. For the nearly one-hundred-year-old, family-run Vitamix company. 1, The Vitamix Cookbook: Delicious Whole Food Recipes to Make in Your 2, Vitamix Blender Smoothie Book: Superfood Smoothie Recipes for your. The Vitamix Cookbook book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Discover simple ways to incorporate more whole foods into your.
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Features whole-food recipes that will change the way you think about ingredients. Written by Vitamix president and CEO Jodi Berg. Find Vitamix recipes for your favorite meals. Explore the variety of recipes for your Vitamix machine and try something new for dinner tonight!. Discover simple ways to incorporate more whole foods into your daily diet using a blender with this gorgeous cookbook featuring delicious recipes and.
Email Explore the range of techniques at your fingertips with a Vitamix blender, starting with easy how-tos, and progressing to more advanced methods. Regardless of your comfort level in the kitchen, Vitamix has an array of blender recipes to fit your palette and your culinary skills. Level 1: Smoothies The best introduction to your Vitamix blender is through a simple, fruit-based smoothie recipe like the three-ingredient Basic Fruit Smoothie. Next, move on to a fruit-and-veg combo like our Going Green Smoothie , which calls for green grapes as well as fresh spinach leaves. Nut milks, fruits like bananas, pineapple and berries, and mild baby greens like spinach are all excellent beginner ingredients.
I love my Vitamix, so I enjoyed the cookbook.
There were plenty of new and interesting ideas Fennel Spinach Soup, anyone? Up until now, I mainly used it fir morning smoothies and blended soups, like my Mediterranean Red Lentil. Now I want to try creating more dressings, marinades and spreads.
Jan 21, Alicia rated it really liked it. A Ton of Recipes An interesting overview of Vitamix history.
The family that created the blender lived their whole food philosophy. A on of recipes, some petty utilitarian, but i!
Feb 22, Sharon Fisk rated it liked it. Plenty of recipes Huge selection room of recipes. Not all ingredients are easy to find in my local grocery store.
And some are pretty pricey. Jun 04, Linda rated it it was ok Shelves: The samples made in Costco during demonstrations are so awesome, that I expected this book to be amazing too. Some interesting recipes but my expectation was high and it didn't meet up. Jun 24, Valerie rated it liked it. Lots of solid recipes which inspire me about different ways I can use my new toy. Excited to make my own horchata following the success of almond milk and super-fast quiche!
May 06, Shannon Andrews rated it really liked it. I cant fathom that there's a lot of getting from what whole foods can actually provide great benefits for our body and this recipe book just can't get any better, the wide varieties of its recipe collection ranging form entrees, desserts,drinks salads and a lot more is so mouthful I don't know which meal or recipe to start with. What eve so great are the nutritional content of each and every ingredients and how it was keenly explained with step by step instruction is just so amazing.
This recipe I cant fathom that there's a lot of getting from what whole foods can actually provide great benefits for our body and this recipe book just can't get any better, the wide varieties of its recipe collection ranging form entrees, desserts,drinks salads and a lot more is so mouthful I don't know which meal or recipe to start with.
This recipe book should be on your kitchen I recommend it. Feb 15, Bookish rated it really liked it Shelves: I'm always glad to find more recipes for the Vitamix. Donald O'Dell rated it really liked it Feb 22, Melinda Christianson rated it liked it Jul 20, Brie Sollod McFarland rated it liked it Apr 03, Jieying Hu rated it it was amazing Dec 30, Linda Ammons Larner rated it liked it Aug 18, Blake rated it liked it Jan 02, Adam Tait rated it liked it Oct 20, Mitch rated it it was amazing Jan 24, Paul Cabral rated it really liked it Aug 29, Ellen knoud rated it really liked it Dec 01, Miranda rated it it was amazing Apr 27, Steve Frampton rated it liked it May 01, Janet Roth rated it it was amazing Apr 11, Meg Summers rated it it was amazing Feb 10, Mary Aquino rated it it was amazing Sep 12, Patsy rated it it was amazing May 23, Julie rated it it was ok May 13, Lisa rated it really liked it Nov 21, Linda Schwanz rated it it was amazing Jan 08, Nikola rated it really liked it Dec 25, Marc Barnett rated it liked it Mar 10, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
But this one stands out from the rest for ditching soy and gluten no flour needed!
Using cashews, it ups the magnesium factor while slashing the fat by a whopping 36 grams per serving compared to the egg yolk and heavy cream-soaked restaurant version. Share on Pinterest Everyone should have a go-to homemade pesto sauce in his or her culinary repertoire.
Make this one yours. This recipe combines basil, Parmesean, and pine nuts in the Vitamix, which dramatically reduces prep time, whipping up an iron- and omegafilled blend of greens and nuts in mere minutes. Share on Pinterest We know how it is: Every dairy-free pasta sauce recipe seems to resort to cashews for that rich and creamy boost.
Thanks to the pulverizing power of the Vitamix, heart-healthy olive oil and garlic-roasted veggies combined with a bit of nondairy milk can be churned into a sauce silky enough to rival any nut- or cheese-based version. Share on Pinterest The title of this recipe says it all: No need for hours of stewing fruit over the stovetop for homemade applesauce.
Share on Pinterest Most recipes for smooth soup involve two steps: cooking them on the stovetop and pureeing them in a blender. But the Vitamix takes the two-step process down to one by heating and blending simultaneously—hooray for time-slashing techniques!
Give it a try with this aromatic, savory-sweet recipe of souped-up squash and apples. Almond milk both thickens it up and gives it a silky finish. Share on Pinterest Given all the veggies and chopping it calls for, gazpacho can be kind of intimidating. Save yourself the effort and still get your summery soup fix by throwing everything, from the garlic and the olive oil to the tomatoes and the cucumbers, in your Vitamix and blending until your desired consistency.
But this version deserves its health halo, with just four ounces of high-quality cheddar divided among four servings, and carrots joining the broccoli for extra skin-protecting beta-carotene.