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Kitchenaid Pro Line Blender vs Vitamix 750

hi I’m chef Cosmo mean we’re working
with cook culture for well over six
years I’ve been using a high powered
blender for well over 15 we’ve got the
new KitchenAid high powered blender in
here which I know nothing about we’re
going to put it to the test next to the
Vitamix 750 and most users are going to
want to know that a high powered blender
can cream up greens cream up nuts so
that’s what we’re going to do we’re
going to do a green smoothie with
oranges apples bananas cashews celery
kale parsley okay so we’re going to
start with the KitchenAid we’ve got all
the exact same measurements in each one
we’re going to crack the lid off of that
put all our business out a cup of water
and blend
okay now I’ve never even touched this
machine before so I got to even just
check it out and see how easy to use it
is right away we’ve got start
so what I’m doing there when I’m
watching is I’m just checking to see
that all the little chunks of green and
all the little chunks of white cashews
are completely gone so it’s creamy and
there’s no kind of pits or chunks in
there so we got a beautiful creamy
smoothie green smoothie
looks beautiful
tastes delicious
quit on cats let’s try the vitamin
okay so we just ran the kitchenaid one
turned out really well I’ve worked with
the Vitamix tons of time so let’s just
put them to the test side-by-side and
see how long it took to cream them up in
comparison and then we’re going to
listen and compare for sound one thing I
noticed right away in comparison is that
I didn’t notice because a head happened
side by side before but this blender
runs constant and the Vitamix runs in
pulses
I don’t know necessarily with this
particular use whether that makes any
difference but it seems to kind of pull
things down a little bit more the power
seems similar though so let’s just give
it a taste and see what the textures
like
interesting both fairly equal this one
it seems a little bit lighter that could
just be the variability of a little bit
of a different water content so let’s
just try and see how it sounds next to
each other okay so we’ve got the decimal
reader that one of our teammates
provided here we’re going to test the
KitchenAid and the Vitamix and see how
they sound audibly for us and then also
with the decimal reader the KitchenAid
I’ve just been notified as a three and a
half horsepower the Vitamix is a two
point two that’s always work excellent
so let’s just see if the higher
horsepower adds more sound and we’ll try
the KitchenAid first
so that was a verging about 97 and let’s
try the Vitamix
so the Vitamix from the decibel reader
is is 94 so it’s it’s three decibels
quieter it’s also noticeably less tinny
and it’s sound so from a you know
auditory sense the Vitamix is definitely
quieter and and they’ve produced you
know relatively the same same quality of
products okay so in conclusion we’ve
just run the Kitchen Aid and the Vitamix
head to head green smoothies which is a
classic reason why people are going to
be getting these high-powered blenders
you know my conclusion is that I’m very
sensitive to sound so I definitely like
the way that the Vitamix runs from a
sound perspective taking the lid off
having this little thing to grab on to
made it a lot easier this one I was
fumbling a little bit so that’s from a
you know just workability standpoint
taking the lid off it’s easier with the
Vitamix they both look great on the
countertop of their different style so
this will have a lot rounder edge isn’t
it it’s quite beautiful the Vitamix
seems to have a little bit less space
this particular model for stuff to get
caught in the cracks now there’s also a
new digital Vitamix that has nothing on
the face the handles I prefer the
Vitamix handle to hold
I love the straight square shape of this
KitchenAid bucket I like a lot how easy
this is to remove and clean the price
point is better on on the KitchenAid one
going from 450 to 500 or is the kit of
the Vitamix is even the lowest end
Vitamix up 650 all the way up to 850
somewhere in that range the lowest end
Vitamix is still more expensive than the
highest end KitchenAid so from a price
point perspective you get a high-powered
blender with a super turbo motor
cheaper than even the lowest model
Vitamix the Vitamix has been around
making just blenders for so very long
that they really have found a way to you
know to keep the sound down because
obviously from a consumer perspective
that’s one of the main issues with
having a high-power blender in your
kitchen is keeping the sound down and
otherwise they’re performing quite
equally so from a performance standpoint
I would say that that they’re performing
equally and the rest is all price point
and personal preference visually and and
you know how it feels to the touch as
well

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How to clean the KitchenAid hand blender?

To maintain your hand blender in perfect shape, you must clean it thoroughly after every use. Once you are finished using your blender, unplug it from the socket. Never immerse the body or the adapters in water. Remove all the attachments by twisting them off. Use a damp cloth with mild dish soap to wipe the adapters and the body of the blender. Do not use any harsh or abrasive cleaning products. Use a warm soapy cloth to wipe the power cord, then wipe it again with a clean damp cloth. Dry thoroughly with a towel. Wash the chopper attachment and the whisk adapter in hot water using mild dish soap. Make sure all the pieces are thoroughly dry before reassembling and using them.

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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I've worked as a chef in a 4* restaurant.