Optimum G2.3 Food Experts and Nutritionists reviews
Chris Mosler writes Thinly Spread a vegetarian and vegan food blog. Her recipes have been featured on Great British Chefs, Superfood magazine and Tesco Living magazine. Chris has also spoken at various conferences and events and writes for the Froothie Blog.
One of the best things about the Froothie Optimum G2.3 is that it comes with a fab recipe book. So often you get a new appliance, but you are not quite sure what to use it for. But this is not the case here – the recipe book is full of inspiration – I was amazed at the number of things the Froothie Optimum G2.3 can do.
Each time my Froothie Optimum G2.3 more than exceeded my expectations – I have been genuinely astonished at its capabilities. Read the full review......Click here."
Eb Gargano is a mother of two who thinks recipes should be easy and uncomplicated. She creates simple recipes which she shares on her blog Easy Peasy Foodie. One of her recipes won the 2016 British Turkey Awards.
Secondly, I was amazed at how powerful it is. Nuts are blitzed into a fine powder in seconds. It’s like a magician making something disappear in a puff of smoke. It is a seriously good piece of kit.
I’ve used cheaper blenders in the past and the consistency of things can be very grainy. This is also important when it comes to making vegan desserts. Let me tell you, from experience, a grainy ‘cheesecake’ filling is not pleasant. If you’re making a vegan cheesecake filling , you need the consistency to be smoother than smooth, to mimic the cream cheese. And the smoothie function is perfect for that. Read the full review....... Click Here."
What I really loved about this Froothie blender was it’s simplicity and elegance on the worktop, and that there’s no need to click, twist, or turn the jug onto the base, which I don’t know about you, but it drives me insane! The jug simply sits in place (I think by use of a magnet but don’t quote me on this) and has a super easy pourable spout too so no mess afterward! It’s also relatively easy to clean and maintain unlike other food processors. To read more ......Click here."
Lorna Hall is a cardiac nurse (BMedSci MNurs RN MRCN) and former speech and language therapist, but has spent most of her life working with children and adults with autism. She also a ‘social media influencer’, developing recipes and reviewing products for brands she loves.
We are really keen on nut butters in this house. Again, it was quick work to use the machine to make cashew and maple butter and the smaller jug with rotating blades was really helpful with this - the blades help to push any unground nuts towards the bottom. Really helpful. I am frankly astounded by how quickly the nuts were turned into paste. It has so much power! Read the full review..... Click Here."
Laura Close is a mother who shares her simple family recipes at Knead Whine food blog. Her recipes are all vegetarian and easy to follow.
Nadia Al-Khaffaf is studying to be a nutritional therapist and loves to share healthy, wholesome food on her blog Nadia’s Healthy Kitchen.