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  • What do the different plates do on my Slicer/ Shredder?

    The thick and thin slicer plates are ideal for cheese, potato, carrot, cabbage, courgette, beetroot, onion and apple. The thick and thin shredder plates are ideal for cheese, carrot, potato and foods of a similar texture. The plates are reversible, each...

  • How many apples would I need for one glass of juice?

    Of course this depends on the apples, some apples are naturally bigger or juicier than others, but based on an average size and juice yield, two apples should be enough to fill an average glass full of juice.

  • What can be put in it?

    Most fruits and vegetables can be blended in a liquidiser, however some of the harder fruits, such as apples, may need to be cut up into smaller pieces before they will blend easily. It is also recommended that any dried fruits are soaked in water for...

  • Are there any guidelines for what I can blend in my Smoothie Maker?

    A variety of fruit and vegetables can be blended in your Smoothie Maker, however some of the harder fruits, such as apples, may need to be prepared in smaller pieces before they will blend easily. It is also recommended that any dried fruits...

  • How much preparation do I need to do to the fruit before I juice it in my Centrifugal Juicer?

    Remove stones (eg. plums, peaches, cherries). Remove tough skins (eg melons, pineapples, cucumbers, potatoes). Soft-skinned and other food just needs washing (eg apples, grapes, pears, strawberries, cabbage, carrots, celery, lettuce, parsley, radishes,...

  • What are the different drums for on my Roto Food Cutter?

    There should be five drums with your attachment, numbered 1 to 5. Drum No 1 - For fine shredding :- chocolate, nuts, carrot and cheese.Drum No 2 - For coarse shredding :- chocolate, nuts, carrot and cheese.Drum No 3 - For thin slicing :- onion,...

  • How should I prepare ingredients before blending?

    Not too much preparation has to be done, a Hand Blender is a powerful tool designed to puree’ things so it is more than capable of coping with most ingredients. The two golden rules are that the ingredients should fit in the beaker, and that you should...