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Cuisinart SSB1U Soup Maker

Cuisinart SSB1U Soup Maker

If you like soup, or you just want to eat something warm, but you don’t have enough time for cooking, the Soul maker is the best kitchen gadget for you. It is very easy to use and it is very effective. It can make 14L of soup in 20 minutes.

Features are:
• Cooking plate is non-stick. This means it is easy for cleaning as well.
• 1000W heating element and 500W electric motor, which is more than enough for the average user.
• When you don’t want to make soup, you can use it as ordinary blender.

This gadget can blend, simmer and cook your ingredients. Then you can put them in the non-sticking jug. It has three different heat settings, starting from 80 degrees C up to 110 degrees. Blender has four speeds, which is very useful. Although, this gadget looks more that perfect it has a price of $100. That isn’t too much, but if you are using only its blender option, then you don’t need this gadget.

There are some drawbacks with this gadget. Although blender has 4 speeds, it still leaves a big pieces of food! Even carrots, that are easy for blending, are not blended properly. Many of the owners aren’t satisfied with the noisy this gadget makes when blending in 4th speed. Stir option is useless! Yes, you have a button, but you must hold it when you want to stir. There is no permanent button position, so you must be near the gadget when you want to use this option. Heaters are very good, but if something has burnt at the bottom, it will be impossible to clean it, because the blades are above.

 

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