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Breville Hemisphere Blenders with Chef Heston Blumenthal

is a truth universally acknowledged that
some things float and some things don’t
to properly blend floating ingredients
into liquid you need to pull them down
towards the blending blades to properly
blend ingredients that sink in liquid
you need to pull them upwards away from
the food traps at the bottom of the
blending jug finding a blender that can
do either one or the other of these
isn’t too hard but to be able to do them
both well this is not as easy as it
sounds most blenders work by sucking
ingredients down towards the blaze which
is mostly good at combining floating
ingredients into liquid but often leaves
the danger ingredients like sugar or
honey unblended
and can leave lumps of ice and the likes
by sucking them into dead zones under
the blades some blenders work by putting
ingredients up and using gravity to pull
them back down this is excellent when
you’re blending dense ingredients then
leaves lots of lumps with things that
float when the blending action only
sucks ingredients down this is what can
happen
take this crushed ice for example you’ve
got some nice crushed pieces and you’ve
got big lumps like this now that is not
cool now if the blending action only
throws ingredients upwards this is what
can happen to a banana smoothie
if you look in there that is not a
banana smoothie that is a banana lumpy
most commercial blenders are pretty good
at managing basic tasks so why shouldn’t
you be able to expect the same
performance domestically or even better
what if you could get a bit more
creative with what your blender can do
this is precisely the kind of food
challenges that the design and
engineering team at breville love to
solve and it’s what led them to invent
the hemisphere blade system Hemisphere
has centered crushing blades similar to
what you’d expect on a blender these act
to suck ingredients downwards but
hemisphere features a bowl shaped like a
sphere and long curved sweeping blades
that scrape the bottom of the bowl to
minimize food traps and push the denser
ingredients up so whether they float or
they don’t
lumps have nowhere to hide I’m using
water here so you can see how the
blending action works as you can see the
ingredients on top has sucked down and
crushed while the curve sweeping blazing
we pop them below
taking care of any leftover lumps and
combining things and more evenly
no wonder processing no over processing
just a perfectly combined texture but
what’s even more magical about these
blades is that the curved sweeping
blades action is actively whipping a
narrating while it’s blending
introducing more air for creamier
smoothies and allowing you to experiment
on an array of new blending tasks from
whipping cream in seconds
to pesto to baby food the Breville
hemisphere blenders lumps truly have
nowhere to hide

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Author: Emily Howard

I have about 300 different recipes in my collection, and I try to look for new tastes every week. I love to learn dishes from around the world and pamper my big family with a signature Italian cheese pie and my favorite Ukrainian borsch.