Optimum 9400 Independent Food Experts & Nutritionists Reviews
Christine is a qualified leading Nutritional Consultant, Chef, Journalist and Media Expert. During her extensive training she gained a First Class Honours degree in Nutritional Therapy at the renowned Nutrition Centre CNELM. She is also qualified to MSc level and holds at PGCE for adult training and lecturing. An experienced Food and Health Writer Christine regularly contributes to national and local Magazines and Newspapers on Food, Health, Nutrition and Fitness. She has appeared extensively in the media including radio and television. She is author of several health and recipe books.
Becca writes the popular vegetarian blog Amuse Your Bouche. As well as writing delicious veggie recipes for her blog, Becca has worked with some big brands such as The Yogurt Council, Aunt Bessie's and Waitrose. Becca also regularly features on Great British Chefs.
Shaheen Sutton From 'Allotment2kitchen':
Until now that is. The lovely folks at Froothie sent me their Optimum 9400 to review and folks, I am in love! "
Emma blogs the most beautifully shot vegan dishes on her popular blog Coconut and Berries. Emma's work has featured on Blog Her and Crumbs Magazine.
For my head-to-head challenges I made today’s smoothie, a double batch of beetroot and cashew hummus, some frozen yogurt and sunflower seed butter. Both machines performed very well – as would be expected of high level machines. But there are a few points that may tip the balance in the Froothie’s favour:
Whilst the Optimum can handle everything from strawberries to paving slabs; I’ve been mainly blitzing fruit, some protein shakes and indulging in my caffeine addiction with skinny caramel frappuccinos. They’ll all be coming up soon. But I also want to but the Optimum to the test with a load of other things it can do including:"
Michelle is a food writer and photographer from South Africa who know lives in London and blogs recipes using the freshest of ingredients.
Daily? That’s right. I’m a pretty heavy blender user – I make smoothies for breakfast every day and often (at least once per week) use the blender for other tasks such as pureed soup, custard for ice cream, almond milk and cashew gravy. So far it's been a stellar performer and performed at least as well as the vitamix. If it excels in one area I'd say it's noise: the Froothie is noticeably quieter than my Vitamix. I also like the clear jug.
The Optimum 9400, which is available at a special introductory price, also has a 10 year extended warranty so you can be rest assured you will be using it for years to come. The cost is really good value when you consider cheaper models won't do a fraction of the things a 9400 will and it is considerably less expensive than other high-end blenders which can retail up to £600. "
In my quest to get my two young girls living a healthy lifestyle, I have found that the Optimum blender has made smoothie making fun and simple. We start each day with a smoothie and the girls love to get involved. The blender is simple to use and even simpler to clean.
Having used blenders for years, I can happily say this is by far my favourite"
So, I’m very happy with my Optimum 9400 and there are still many more recipes to try''.
- The Optimum 9400 has six blades instead of the regular 4 that you can find in most super powerful blenders and that makes everything you blende smoother and creamier.
- You can do toppings and filing for cakes, nut butter, nut milk, green juices, smoothies, cheesecake and even bread. I’ve once done a soup in less than 10 minutes and it was super hot. I know how crazy is that.
- The powerful motor has 3 high speeds which allows you to do ice cream and soups.
- The jug is Heat-Resistant BPA free with 2l capacity.
- The blender also has a Built-in sensor to detect over-usage; prolonging life of blender''
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Things I REALLY like about the Froothie Optimum G2.1 Blender
- It’s really, really good at its job. It blends effortlessly and has transformed my cooking
- It’s simple with one jug which is easy to remove (no locking or twisting), a well fitting lid and easy to use controls
- I don’t have to remove the blades to clean it. One drop of washing up liquid, some warm water, switch it on and it is its own personal dishwasher – excellent.
- IT MAKES HOT SOUP (did I say that already?!)
Things I don’t like about the Froothie Optimum G2.1 Blender
- The name is a bit of a mouthful
- That’s it really
Jacqueline Meldrum is a food writer and recipe developer who writes vegetarian and vegan recipes on her blog Tinned Tomatoes. She also writes for Baby Centre UK, Great British Chefs and Readers Digest. Jacqueline was named top food blogger by Foodies 100 in 2013, by Vegetarian Living magazine in 2014 and was named a vegetarian and vegan blog you need to know about by The Guardian
Sus Davy writes Rough Measures where she shares her vegetarian recipes created on her canal boat. She created her blog as a challenge to herself and nourish herself through good nutrition. Sus was a finalist in the Organic Soil Association's Best of Organic Market Awards 2016.
Cathy White writes at Planet Veggie, a food blog that concentrates on healthy vegetarian and vegan recipes. Her family friendly recipes can be seen in Foodgawker and finding Vegan.
Monica’s blog about learning to live a fit and healthy life through real food and clean, simple living. Monica has two ebooks out - Smarter Fitter Smoothies and Healthy Vegan Breakfast Salads. Monica is a regular contributor to Great British Chefs.
Greens of the Stone Age, was founded by Georgina Young, a freelance writer and founder and editor of Primal Eye Magazine - the UK's 1st online Paleo magazine. She's a 30-something mother of 3, Paleo fitness enthusiast, with a penchant for 'Paleofying' literally anything. If she's not cooking you'll find her practising Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or training for her upcoming marathon. Greens of the Stone Age encourages modern men and women to take a more holistic approach to their lifestyle, ditching their old toxic ways for new fun, creative, and healthy ones.