Optimum VAC 2 Air Vacuum blender Food experts and nutritionists reviews

Optimum Vacuum Blender Reviews
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Beth Sachs from Jam and Clotted Cream

I blended a green smoothie (containing spinach, kale, mango and kiwi - one of my favourites) at 9am yesterday morning. The first picture (below) shows the colour of the smoothie at 9am, the second photo shows the smoothie 12 hours later. This is game changing for me as it means I can blend up my morning smoothie just before I go to bed with no effect or trade-up on quality, taste or nutritional value. It also means I can spend an extra 5 minutes on the cross trainer in the morning sleeping.
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Beth Sach has been blogging from her North Cornwall kitchen for 10 years. She creates family friendly recipes that even the fussiest of children will enjoy. Her blog is called Jam and Clotted Cream.Read the full review.... Click Here.


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Jan Bennett from A Glug of Oil
"The Optimum VAC2 Air Vacuum Power blender from Froothie is not 'just another high powered blender' it's a heavy duty blender that has the option to be used with or without vacuum. Just look at this gorgeous machine; I say it definitely looks the part, but not only that it makes life so much easier in the kitchen. Read the full review.... Click here."

Jan Bennet Lives in Shropshire and shares recipes and reviews from her tiny kitchen. She focuses on easy home-cooking and gadgets that make life much easier. Glug of Oil was named one of the top 70 food blogs in the UK.


Sharon Collins from Bit of the Good Stuff:
"I was amazed at the difference. While the juice from the regular blender went a rusty brown colour and started to separate within minutes after blending, the juice blended in the Vac 2 Vacuum blender remained yellow and smooth in appearance (with just a thin layer of rusty bubbles on top where the juice is exposed to the air). 48 hours later and the juice still looked the same.
If you’re really into juices/smoothies and are keen to preserve the nutrients, or want to make them ahead of time and not only preserve their nutrients but also their colour and smooth texture (avoiding layer separation), then a vacuum blender would be perfect for you. Read the full review.... Click here."


Sharon Collins shares plant based recipes on her blog Bit of the Good Stuff from her home in Bath. Her recipes are published in several magazines and she has a cookbook out called Bit of the Good Stuff.
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Lorna Hall from Eat Myyy Thoughts


The base of this blender looks like a launch pad; like you’ll be sending your smoothies into outer space! (I suppose, with its vacuum technology, it is a bit like sending your smoothie into outer space, but that’s beside the point…) It’s certainly very fancy looking.


  • It makes for more aesthetically pleasing smoothies and milkshakes. My dairy free banana and walnut milkshake, for example, kept its creamy colour for longer!
  • One jug does everything – smoothies, nut butters, soups… the lot! No need to change the jug. (Unlike my Optimum G2.3!)
  • By blending in a vacuum environment, nutrients are preserved and freshness retained until you open the lid, so it’s great for making things in advance.
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Lorna Hall is a cardiac nurse (BMedSci MNurs RN MRCN) and former speech and language therapist, but has spent most of her life working with children and adults with autism. She also a ‘social media influencer’, developing recipes and reviewing products for brands she loves.