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Ninja Mega Kitchen System Full Infomercial

The Ninja Kitchen System will change the way you eat! Creating delicious, fresh and nutrient rich meals has never been easier.The Ninja Kitchen System will replace your hand mixer, blender, juicer, food processor and more! To learn more, visit
319,693 views | Oct 16, 2012

NINJA MASTER PREP PRO Making a Green Drink with my Ninja INCLUDES FIBE...

CONSUMER REPORTS REVIEW: THIS GREEN DRINK is a Bit Thick - keep stirring while drinking-or add more water... BUT it includes all the good FIBER from the vegies which you Don't Get in JUICERS !! UPDATE: I Also ADD ACAI BERRY POWDER and FLAX MEAL to my drink now!! OK, Here's a video of my afternoon experiment with my new NINJA Master Prep Pro! I forgot to say that I added 1 Kiwi fruit, and a total of about 8 to 12 ounces of bottled water. Model # QB1005 or QVC's #K33917 which is where I bought mine. Enjoy here are benefits to Acai on this site: http:pureacaiberrysupplements.comacai-nutritional-information-acai-nutrition-facts
85,968 views | Jan 03, 2012

Battle of the Blenders Pumpkin

Anand from Live Food Education Compares six Power Blenders in blending large pieces of raw Pumpkin.
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Blendtec vs Ninja

Very first video. Yes I did say "Blendtecs", don't ask! A mic is really needed here I know! See our latest video Ninja vs KitchenAid:
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Equipment Review Best Blenders

Full review and results chart: http:bit.ly1p0gvHP Buy our winning blender: http:amzn.to1p1ksvXWe wanted crushed ice and smooth puree. Was that too much to ask? To find out, we corralled 9 blenders—everything from an affordable $40 appliance to our luxe benchmark, the Vitamix, as well as a new copy of the KitchenAid. Hummus, crushed ice, margarita, and milkshake tests were givens, but to separate the workhorses from the wimps, every day for a month we also made smoothies in each one with fibrous frozen pineapple and stringy raw kale. Glimpse behind the scenes of our testing process, and learn which blender came out on top.Note: We pitted the Blendtec Total Blender against the Vitamix in a testing from 2009, and we found the Blendtec absurdly turbo-charged, turning a smoothie into thin juice. Worse, it couldn't perform the main function required of a blender (crushing ice), as its extreme speed and power made no difference when ice got trapped out of reach. With too many function buttons, piercing noise levels, and an inability to crush ice, we were disappointed with this pricey blender. With only two blades and a jar with limited tapering, this blender's design created air pockets between the blades and the ice so that no matter how fast the blade spun, the cubes remained out of reach.America's Test Kitchen is a real 2,500 square foot test kitchen located just outside of Boston that is home to more than three dozen full-time cooks and product testers. Our mission is simple: to develop the absolute best recipes for all of your favorite foods. To do this, we test each recipe 30, 40, sometimes as many as 70 times, until we arrive at the combination of ingredients, technique, temperature, cooking time, and equipment that yields the best, most-foolproof recipe. Each week, the cast of America's Test Kitchen brings the recipes, testings, and tastings from Cook's Illustrated magazine to life on our public television series. With more than 2 million viewers per episode, we are the most-watched cooking show on public television. http:www.americastestkitchen.comMore than 1.3 million home cooks rely on Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country magazines to provide trusted recipes that work, honest ratings of equipment and supermarket ingredients, and kitchen tips. http:www.cookscountry.comFollow us: Twitter: http:www.twitter.comtestkitchen Facebook: http:www.facebook.comamericastestkitchen
298,269 views | Apr 03, 2013

1000 watt Ninja Blender Unboxing and First Use!!

Last unboxing and first try video: http:youtu.beD0b7mgqyoF Last vlog:http:youtu.bepy9px3LOFvkThanks for watching! Please comment, rate and subscribe for more!"Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
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Ninja Mega Kitchen System 1500 vs. Vitamix 750 , SHOWDOWN!

Visit me at www.blendingwithhenry.comNinja Mega Kitchen System 1500 vs. Vitamix (750), SHOWDOWN! Vitamix challenging Ninja's latest and most powerful 2hp blender to see if the Ninja stacks up to the hype of the infomercial. Full breakdown in features and build quality of the Ninja followed by a Smoothie challenge @7:21 and a Hot Soup challenge @10:07. Henry's conclusion precedes it all at the end.Check out my new website
282,228 views | Apr 24, 2013

Homemade Ice Cream Ninja 1200

The hubby loved it. I added a little more milk while blending.
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Ninja Mega vs. Vitamix Green Drink Comparison

This is a short video that shows a Ninja Mega Blender making the same green drink as a Vitamix 5200. The purpose is to show the time required and end result for both blenders.
55,648 views | Feb 18, 2013

Ninja Mega Kitchen System 2 horsepower 1500 watt Blender Juicer Smooth...

Unboxing of the Mega Kitchen System 1500 watt, 2 Horsepower Blender. This blender is great for juicing, making smoothies, cookie dough or just about anything else you could throw its way. See my first Smoothie Video here: http:youtu.ber4qE3vBh1MsFind out difference between Juicing and Blending Here :http:youtu.ber4qE3vBh1MsSee the Waring Pro Juicerator Review here: http:youtu.be4KIVDg0t9rwGreat for Fruit and Veggies shakes, grinds it up and makes it taste great.Made of very durable parts and has a lot of neat features that really just make this an exceptional blender. Check out my Blender Playlist with unboxing, first smoothie, and Juicer vs Blender episodesPlaylist: Check out my Fitness Channel at
19,339 views | Mar 15, 2013

Ninja Master Prep VS Ninja Professional 1000 watts blending smoothies

To buy the Ninja Professionnal 1000w go here: buy the Ninja Master Prep go here: is a comparison between the Ninja Master Prep Professional and the Ninja Blender 1000watts. They are both good product if you are looking for an alternative to more expensive Blender available online. I paid $40 for the Master Prep and $70 for the Pro 1000 w at Canadian Tire(Canada).
31,923 views | Mar 04, 2012

Ninja Professional Blender Single Serve Review BL660

This is a review of the Ninja Professional Blender & Single Serve. BL660 Amazon Link: http:amzn.to1fdIfUA I'll test this by crushing ice and comparing it to a standard Oster blender. I'll also blend chunks of vegetables and make a smoothie in the single serve. First, let me give you the basics about the Ninja. It has 1100 watts of power and weighs about 10 pounds. It's about17 inches tall. Now the height might be an issue for some kitchens with lower cabinets, this might not fit under the cabinets for storage. The pitcher holds 72 ounces and is made of polycarbonate plastic, so it's not heavy. The single serve is also plastic and bpa free. You can make a smoothie and drink it out of the same container. It has three speeds and six stacked blades on the spindle. Just look at the blades, they look seriously sharp. The parts are dishwasher safe. The blades are really sharp so be careful when turning the pitcher over because it slides out easily. Suction cups on the bottom so it doesn't move around. The Ninja won't blend until the lid is locked in position. I don't think it's fair to compare the Ninja to an expensive Vitamix or Blendtec. The Ninja is about $140 and is a good value.** I was not paid by any company for this unbiased review **
25,957 views | Nov 03, 2013

Green Smoothies VitaMix vs. Blendtec

How to blend up a green smoothie (vegan) with VitaMix and Blendtec blenders.UPDATE 2013: I have kept up with nutrition over the years and since the creation of the video have cut fruit to half (now: one apple, one orange, half banana, half peeled lemon) to reduce the sugar. I stopped using processed oil and instead I put 6 tablespoons of flax seeds in a full blender to max out on the omega 3 oils. Finally, I add hibiscus flower powder and indian gooseberry powder for antioxidants and nutrients based on them scoring very high on several research studies. Bottom line - I'm still drinking these every day for almost 10 years now... :-) Good luck and enjoy - good health is one whirl away!
392,810 views | Dec 25, 2009

Is Vitamix Really the Best Blender?

We test and compare the Vitamix, Blendtec, and Ninja blenders by making smoothies, banana ice cream, and almond butter. We know our favorite, but you be the judge!
25,051 views | Aug 06, 2014

Full Review Ninja Ultima vs. Vitamix Blender

Full Ninja Review: Ninja Ultima vs. Vitamix Blender Super helpful video showing 4 tests to compare the Ninja Ultima blender alongside the Vitamix Blender. Full blog post here: http:www.steamykitchen.com31524-full-ninja-review-ninja-ultima-vs-vitamix-blender.htmlNinja Ultima Blender on Amazon: Blender on Amazon: Blender on Amazon:
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