Lol at the above comments.. If you don't want to separate your pulp, I might recommend a high-powered blender such as a Ninja or Vitamix. Personally, I save the Ninja for blending and I have a Champion for juicing, which I love (I personally can't stand a lot of pulp in my juice.) If you go that route, you could always add the pulp back in. I think I paid about $200 for the Champion and about half that for the ninja.
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oh sorry, i'm on painkillers and my typing is suffering for it!
and duh, i have a vitamix--do i just toss it all in and drink it then?
minus seeds and peels that is...
what are some good mixes to try? i can add brown rice protein powder if necessary.
I've been using the Nutribullet for about a month. It's marketed as different from a blender or a juicer because it doesn't waste the fiber. It's worked very well so far. It's best feature is its very easy to clean. :-)
I have the Montel Williams Healthmaster - I got it from QVC a few yrs ago and it ROCKS. It is an "emulsifier" and keeps the WHOLE vegetable, fruit and just mashes it to a liquid, soup, smoothie. It also has a heat option and will actually heat it for soup, etc while it is mixing. It mixes so well it makes cream soups without any added cream. The recipe book is AWESOME. Don't let the celebrity name fool you - it is a QUALITY product and I love mine. No mess, and doesn't waste any pulp.