The new Vidia vacuum blender is unlike any other blender on the market. One of the biggest challenges in blending is the loss of nutrients due to the reaction between the oxygen and the high rpms involved in blending. By removing the air from the jar before blending, the Vidia blender practically eliminates this problem. There is almost no foam, colors are brighter, and most importantly vital nutrients are preserved. Also the vacuum causes the material being blended to expand, resulting in finer processing of ingredients.
The Vidia blender has a modern design that fits in well in any kitchen. In addition, the blending jar is BPA-free.
The unique hexa-blade system utilized 6 blades at different angles. Combined with a powerful 25,000 rpm motor and the reduced resistance from vacuum blending, ingredients are pulverized to a fine consistency.
The Vidia blender offers the choice of an analog dial for variable speed control, or a fully automatic "one-touch" control that removes the air, pulses the ingredients, and then blends them until smooth.
Extra vacuum jar
In addition to the blending jar, the Vidia blender comes with a vacuum jar for storing your smoothies and reducing oxidation. Just pour your smoothie or juice into the vacuum jar, place on the base, and press the vacuum button. In a few seconds the air is removed and your smoothie will stay fresher much longer. You can take it with you or store it in the fridge for later.
While we were intially skeptical about the vacuum feature, we were very surprised by the results. We blended several ingredients with and without the vacuum feature, and the difference was clearly visible. Materials blended with the vacuum were much brighter in color and smoother in consistency. The difference with apples was shocking - within a few minutes the apples blended in water without the vacuum were brown and chunky, while the same apples blended with in water with the vacuum were bright green and smooth.
While the motor cannot compare to a high-end Vitamix or Blendtec, we were very satisfied with the performance of the Vidia blender. We tried it with some materials that can be difficult - celery, kale, raw pumpkin, ice, frozen berrries - and the results were quite nice. It did especially well with green smoothies. The consistency, color, and taste (sweetness) was noticeably superior to similarly-priced conventional blenders.
The Vidia blender is not recommended for dry ingredients like nuts. That is best left for premium blenders. But for fruits, vegetables, frozen smoothies and green smoothies, it really is a game-changer.
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