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What is the appropriate blender speed to maximize nutrition and digestion of fruits and vegetables?
Blender companies state that a blender for smoothies should have speeds of at least 30000 rpm. They argue that only at 30000 rpm are cells of fruits and vegetables sheared enough to maximize nutrition ...
Mar 8 '13 at 19:42
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