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So I will be having a baby here soon, and I was thinking it might be easier for me to "pre-pack" some packages, with everything needed for one 16 oz green smoothie and freeze it (not to mention an idea I had had while fruit is in season this summer).<br><br>
Is this something you would consider?<br><br>
The only thing I can see being a problem is that with everything frozen even my vitamix may have some trouble blending it (yes/no?)
 

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I have a Blendtec and have no trouble blending frozen stuff straight from the freezer. It usually needs a little water, but that's all. I'm pretty sure Blendtecs are comparable to the Vitamix in power.
 

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Okay perfect thanks! I just wasn't sure it would handle all frozen (which in reality is a silly question since it will make nut/seed butters and ice cream)
 

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Even if you thought it would be too much for it, you could toss it all in the blender and walk away for a little bit, give it a few minutes to defrost.
 

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Even if you thought it would be too much for it, you could toss it all in the blender and walk away for a little bit, give it a few minutes to defrost.</div>
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well golly how come i didn't think of that?!
 
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