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Discover simple ways to incorporate more whole foods into your daily diet using a blender with this gorgeous cookbook featuring 200 delicious recipes and more than fifty full-color photos—the first widely available cookbook from the Vitamix brand.Recently known primarily to professional chefs, over the past decade the Vitamix blender has become one of the most sought after Discover simple ways to incorporate more whole foods into your daily diet using a blender with this gorgeous cookbook featuring 200 delicious recipes and more than fifty full-color photos—the first widely available cookbook from the Vitamix brand.Recently known primarily to professional chefs, over the past decade the Vitamix blender has become one of the most sought after kitchen appliances in home kitchens. Now, Vitamix has created a gorgeous companion cookbook to help you enjoy the benefits of a whole foods diet. Here are more than 200 simple, scrumptious, easy-to-prepare recipes that use a blender—most taking less than thirty minutes.The chefs at Vitamix believe that the only way to make lasting, healthy changes to your diet is to enjoy the food you eat. With The Vitamix Cookbook they’ve created mouthwatering food you’ll want everyday: breakfast and brunch, including smoothies, breakfast mains (muffins, breads and scones), pancakes, waffles, egg dishes soups and sides (amazingly, the Vitamix heats the soup while blending it, making it table ready in less than ten minutes!) entrees, including wraps and sandwiches, burgers, pizza, pasta, poultry, meat and seafood sauces and dressings drinks, including nut milks, juices, and even cocktails desserts, including sorbets, ice creams, milkshakes and baked desserts Throughout The Vitamix Cookbook, you’ll find helpful sidebars with inspiring stories of people who have improved their health using their Vitamix, as well as tips for a nutritious whole foods diet.


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Discover simple ways to incorporate more whole foods into your daily diet using a blender with this gorgeous cookbook featuring 200 delicious recipes and more than fifty full-color photos—the first widely available cookbook from the Vitamix brand.Recently known primarily to professional chefs, over the past decade the Vitamix blender has become one of the most sought after Discover simple ways to incorporate more whole foods into your daily diet using a blender with this gorgeous cookbook featuring 200 delicious recipes and more than fifty full-color photos—the first widely available cookbook from the Vitamix brand.Recently known primarily to professional chefs, over the past decade the Vitamix blender has become one of the most sought after kitchen appliances in home kitchens. Now, Vitamix has created a gorgeous companion cookbook to help you enjoy the benefits of a whole foods diet. Here are more than 200 simple, scrumptious, easy-to-prepare recipes that use a blender—most taking less than thirty minutes.The chefs at Vitamix believe that the only way to make lasting, healthy changes to your diet is to enjoy the food you eat. With The Vitamix Cookbook they’ve created mouthwatering food you’ll want everyday: breakfast and brunch, including smoothies, breakfast mains (muffins, breads and scones), pancakes, waffles, egg dishes soups and sides (amazingly, the Vitamix heats the soup while blending it, making it table ready in less than ten minutes!) entrees, including wraps and sandwiches, burgers, pizza, pasta, poultry, meat and seafood sauces and dressings drinks, including nut milks, juices, and even cocktails desserts, including sorbets, ice creams, milkshakes and baked desserts Throughout The Vitamix Cookbook, you’ll find helpful sidebars with inspiring stories of people who have improved their health using their Vitamix, as well as tips for a nutritious whole foods diet.

30 review for The Vitamix Cookbook: 250 Delicious Whole Food Recipes to Make in Your Blender

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lydia

    I expected recipes that were uniquely possible with a Vitamix or other high speed blender, and was disappointed that they simply substitute it for other kitchen devices. Not worth the money. What else did I expect from a vendor cookbook.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gayle Pritchard

    I love my Vitamix, so I enjoyed the cookbook. There were plenty of new and interesting ideas (Fennel Spinach Soup, anyone?), for any time of day. 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.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

    If one is of the bookish sort, one buys a book to go with every device new to the kitchen. You buy a slow cooker and you buy Beth Hensperger & Julie Kaufmann's "Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook" (2005) to go with it. You buy a smoker and you buy Ray “Dr. BBQ” Lampe's "Slow Fire: The Beginner’s Guide to Barbecue" (2012). You buy a stand mixer and you buy Rosemary Moon & Katie Bishop's "The Ultimate Mixer Cookbook" (2002). So, it is only logical that, when you bring a new VitaMix blender int If one is of the bookish sort, one buys a book to go with every device new to the kitchen. You buy a slow cooker and you buy Beth Hensperger & Julie Kaufmann's "Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook" (2005) to go with it. You buy a smoker and you buy Ray “Dr. BBQ” Lampe's "Slow Fire: The Beginner’s Guide to Barbecue" (2012). You buy a stand mixer and you buy Rosemary Moon & Katie Bishop's "The Ultimate Mixer Cookbook" (2002). So, it is only logical that, when you bring a new VitaMix blender into the house, Jodi Berg's book comes with it. But who knew that Jodi Berg is the president and CEO of Vitamix or that she came to her position by being the great granddaughter of William G. Bernard, the company's founder? She earned her chops getting a Master of Business Administration from Washington State University (the Little Harvard of the West). Reading her book is like being baptized into the cult of Saint Vitamix. You learn how to live without (much) meat and without gluten and without preservatives and without retching when swallowing puree of green leafy vegetables. You learn about Uncle Beauregard Bernard who celebrated his 100th birthday by walking a hundred miles after living on an exclusive diet of kale smoothies for a year. I did not buy a VitaMix blender in order to make drinks that look like the Blob (Tonylyn Productions, 1958) nor the green slime on Nickelodeon's "You Can't Do That On Television" (1981-1990). I just needed to replace my third blender in 45 years and wanted one which would last for the duration. My first was an Osterizer (made since 1946) and came without bells and whistles. I remember when the verb "osterize" meant to whirl in a blender. A lot has changed since VJ Day. The newer models churn at an infinite variety of speeds from one so low that it barely annoys the contents to one which approaches the speed of light. And VitaMix has a poker! All of those other machines sternly warn the operator not to stick anything down into the container while the blades are whirling. VitaMix, on the contrary, not only permits such intrusion but gives one something to stick! President Berg's writing is a little too enthusiastic; she used up all of the exclamation points in the typecase. The VitaMix is emphatically not for every task. I tried to make buckwheat pancake batter in there; don't do that. It tells you how to make cornmeal out of unpopped popcorn kernels, but why? In producing dips and sauces, this contraption rocks! I recommend the hummus, tahini, edamame chickpea dip, mango salsa and something called "farmers' market marinara." For pureed soups, VitaMix is better than a food processor or a non-atomic blender with conventional warheads. I recommend the curried coconut corn and Kabocha squash, the gingered carrot, the fennel tomato and the potato leek. It is often said that one eats first with one's eyes. What does not stimulate the appetite in my ocular apparatus is the cheese and kale ravioli, the kale chips, the kale smoothie, nor a mixed drink made of broccoli, pineapple, apple, banana, spinach, kale and parsley. Not gonna make that beet smoothie, either, and I like beets!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Macey Meyer

    Yeeeeah probably not worth the money but I spent so much money on my Vitamix that I wanted to know how to use it well and know about all the possibilities. I really like to have physical books soooo it’s worth having a physical copy in that sense and reading about the history of the Vitamix machine was interesting. Lots of great photos for this recipe book

  5. 5 out of 5

    (a)lyss(a)

    This book isn't what I expected. I was hoping for recipes specific to Vitamix blenders, especially smoothies and things, but it's a sort of general recipe book. There also aren't many pictures and I like seeing what the finished product should look like. There's lots of different recipes like soups and batters. Overall it's a pretty standard recipe book. This book isn't what I expected. I was hoping for recipes specific to Vitamix blenders, especially smoothies and things, but it's a sort of general recipe book. There also aren't many pictures and I like seeing what the finished product should look like. There's lots of different recipes like soups and batters. Overall it's a pretty standard recipe book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    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!illustrates good technique for making flours and other specialty products.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Fisk

    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.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    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. 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.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

    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!

  10. 5 out of 5

    cook glands

    Great Great recipes for the Vitamix. I love how much you can do with it. A very multi-purpose machine for any kitchen.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Andrews

    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. 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 book should be on your kitchen I recommend it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bookish

    I'm always glad to find more recipes for the Vitamix. I'm always glad to find more recipes for the Vitamix.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Clorice

  14. 4 out of 5

    Donald O'Dell

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    Amy Green

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    Mindy Christianson

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    Kelly Converse

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brie Sollod McFarland

  19. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Turner

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jieying Hu

  21. 4 out of 5

    Linda Ammons Larner

  22. 4 out of 5

    Blake

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    Roberta

  24. 4 out of 5

    Adam Tait

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kitchenjedi

  26. 5 out of 5

    alejandro

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mitch

  28. 4 out of 5

    Paul Cabral

  29. 5 out of 5

    nancy fugate

  30. 5 out of 5

    Beverly

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