The Vitamix 5300

Product Description

The potent 2.3 HP motor pushes knife blades through hard components to produce the highest-quality blends. Adjustable Speed Control Easily regulates speediness to attain a diversity of textures. The gauge can be rotated at any point throughout the blend, so you’re in complete control.

With the Pulse feature, layer course chops over smooth purées for energetic recipes, such as chunky salsas or thick vegetable soups. The 64-ounce Low-Profile Container is faultless for family meals and entertaining, while fitting restfully underneath maximum kitchen cupboards. The 5300 has adjustable speed and a pulse control switch, and has no presets. It has a pulse feature that chops, purees at movable speed control tamper with a special collar design that fits the container processes for thick blends. It thwarts the vessel from thrashing into the blades.

Product Features

The Vitamix 5300 offers power and expediency, with a quicker, yet softer, motor and a low-profile, 64-ounce Low-Profile container that fits effortlessly beneath maximum cupboards. Prodigious High-Performance Motor; The powerful 2.3 HP motor drives blades through tough ingredients to form the highest-quality blends.

  • Dimensions: 17.25 x 8.75 x 7.25 in.
  • 7-Year Full Warranty
  • Updated Classic Series Motor
  • Classic Base
  • Without sound reducing technology
  • 11.5 amps (2.2-peak HP)
  • Variable Speed
  • Pulse Switch
  • Compact 64-oz Container
  • Getting Started Cookbook
  • 7-Year Warranty
  • 2 color options

Product Specifications

  • Platform: C-Series
  • Dimensions: 17.25 x 8.75 x 7.25 in
  • Blades: Laser-cut, stainless-steel hammer mill and cutting blades measuring 4-in diameter to ensure a consistent blend every time
  • HP: 2.2
  • Voltage: 120
  • Hz/Amps: 50/60 Hz, 11.5 amps
  • Weight: 11.95 lbs.
  • Design Feature: Radial cooling fan and thermal protection system
  • Cord: 6 ft.
  • Use: Household

Advantages

The guide that hails from the acquisition of Vitamix 5300 is fairly obliging, as it compromises essential cookbook recipes and approaches in which the delectable food can be prepared using the blender.

Where the actual merchandise is concerned, the sky is the limit. Ninja Bullet Vitamix 5300 is the kind of item that raises ingenuity. Since it can be used to create a variety of food using a variety of ingredients, an expert chef with such a machine would be unstoppable. As it is an under cabinet model, it can be fitted in very reachable places in the kitchen with no concession in space for other items.

Furthermore, this is a manual control blender, so the user is always in the control of setting the adjustments. With just three simple buttons, this is easier done than said.

Disadvantages

There are no actual cons concerning Vitamix 5300. There have been reports from users of not being able to blend the carrots.

Also, some complained that the leftover residue is not satisfying enough and causes a problem with the price range. However, these kinds of comments are rare among the seas of positive responses this blender has gotten.

So practically, there is not anything to fear about.

Overview

Consumers purely love Vitamix 5300. Those who have experienced 5200 have pointed out how the absence of a backup mode and a faster grinding experience has led to an overall better design in the 5300’s part. There have been users who stated this blender’s quietness to be an important feature. The lack of fixed programs makes the involvement void of impediment, and even for new users, the appliance is easy to use. Recipe references are important when using this product, as only explicit quantities of ingredients will yield the best outcomes. Even if the vessel is not large enough, the volume is still sufficient for a stimulating, vigorous glass of fruit juice.

 

Five Ways of Cooking a Healthy Meal

Healthy cooking ensures that food is cooked correctly and retains the nutritional content. Also, the prepared meal should have low-fat content and great taste. Here are examples of such five ways to cook healthy meals;

  1. Steaming

Here only a small amount of water is needed. The food doesn’t have to be immersed in water. The food has to be covered in a container thus infused with steam. The method preserves the food’s color, texture and shape. The cooking process is faster due to the circulation of steam and no oil is needed.  Besides, the nutrients are not leached away. Steaming is possible in the following ways; using electric steamers, steaming basket or bamboo steamers. Large steaming pots are preferable to hold and allow for easy circulation of steam. The best food to steam includes vegetables, chicken breasts, and seafood.

  1. Stir Frying

The method requires high heat over a short duration. Consequently, first cut the food into smaller and uniform portions. For example this method is suitable for preparing mixed vegetables, sliced beef, pork or shrimp. A little film of oil on the pan is however necessary. However this cooking process will demand your extra attention by continuously stirring and tossing to prevent the food from sticking to the pan.

Stir frying is best carried out on a red copper wok. The wok takes awhile to heat up and retains heat for a longer duration. Moreover its design; the sloppy sides sand the rounded bottom suits stir frying. Set the wok on the ring then the whole assembly on the oven. Once the pan gets extra hot pour little oil then food.

  1. Microwaving

The method requires little or no cooking oil at all. For best result splash your food with a little bit of water. It is also advisable to cover the food with a flat glass platter. That will ensure that the food retains moisture. For even cooking the food should be rotated midway through cooking. Microwaving best suits cooking vegetables as it ensures that maximum amount of vitamin C is retained. Make sure that the container used for cooking is microwave safe; stay away from using metal containers.

  1. Pressure Cooking

The method employs steam under high pressure to cook food after a short duration thus retaining most of the nutrients. Since the cooking is mainly due to steam, a minimal amount of water is needed. Examples of foods to cook using pressure cooking include grains, beef, and beans. It is, however, preferable to have a chart outlining the approximate time for cooking various foods through the pressure cooker.

  1. Grilling

Here the food is placed on a grill and subjected to direct source of heat. Each side takes the turn in receiving the heat. The method ensures that the food retains its nutrients and flavor. Meat, bread, and vegetables are good examples of food to be grilled.  Moreover, excess fats will drip away during the grilling process. The best tip here is to choose lean meat and keep the meat from getting charred.

Posted by MSD
December 19, 2017