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Offline ciervo-chaman

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help understanding AV pls!
« on: November 14, 2014, 05:56:46 am »
hi! can anyone help me with this, from the recipes books, i cant understand what is all of this about? (my native language is spanish)

 It  is  healthiest and  easiest  to  use  the  washer,
blender-blades and base of a blender that will fit regular-sizedmouth  glass  jars.  As  of  this  writing,  all  of  the  blender  models
made by Osterizer, except the Classic model, fit those jars.
Simply remove the base, washer and blades from the
blender’s bowl and store bowl. Obtain regular-sized-mouth glass
jars in the following sizes: 4-ounces, 8-ounces, 12-ounces and
16-ounces.
Sometimes the washer that comes  with  the  blender  is  too
thin and it will not seal properly. The washer should be at least
1/16th-inch  thick,  but  preferably  up  to  3/32nds-inch  thick.
Alternative  washers  of  another brand  may  be  obtained  at  most
small  appliance  and  hardware  stores. Do  notuse two washers
together. Too often one gets caught in the blades.
Place  washer  on  rim  of  jar,  then  pass  the  blades  inside  jar
and rest its plate on top of washer. Ensure that washer and bladeplate are somewhat flush with the jar’s rim, and then screw on
base  firmly.  Turn  the  jar  upside  down  on  the  blender  and  start
blenderizing.
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so.. what is a washer?? is he triyng to put the jars inside the blender? so to prevent suck of air or something like this?? if you can explain me in another way i will apreciate it! or with images! tnx in advance!!

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Re: help understanding AV pls!
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2014, 07:03:24 am »
AV means to use a "canning jar" like the one in the picture INSTEAD of using the jar that comes with the blender. Then he explains how to screw the canning jar onto the blade part of the blender. When he talks about getting a different "washer" he means una arandela to prevent leaking. The second picture shows how it will look.

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Re: help understanding AV pls!
« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2014, 07:51:06 am »
oooooooooooooooh!!!! that!! haha i was thinking something reaally different !! xD

uf it looks difficult to do, i already have a blender.. i will explore it better, i dont want to brake it to separate blades from jar, and then dont be able to put it again or make the new with glass jar!

have you made it?


tanks a lot mate!

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« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2014, 08:06:13 am »
If you can take apart the blender jar for cleaning, then it is easy to do. I have done it before, but I don't own that kind of blender now. The benefit is that it is difficult to get all the contents out of some blender jars, so this way all the contents are saved in the canning jar. Also, you can use a different jar for each one of your blender recipes.
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