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Re: [The-San-Diego-Raw-Food-Meetup-Group] Where is best place to buy & type of a Vitamix Blender?

From: Cat M.
Sent on: Sunday, October 30, 2011 3:29 PM
Costco has demos periodically with the best prices. Just get the
standard one they're showing, with the addition of the dry container
if you want to grind your own grains.
We've had a Vitamix for more than 20 years (we're on our 3rd one) and
use it every day.

On 10/30/11, Angela Budreika <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hello,
> we are planning to invest in a good Vitamix machine.
> Where is best place to buy,
> and which of the models is easiest to use, easy to clean, etc.
> We already own a decent juicer, and a basic blender,
> but want to start making more whole, raw food smoothies and soups.
> Thanks!
> Angela Budreika

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