Oh, the trials we health-foodies go through
I wonder if a Vita-Mix would blast those seeds smooth?
If not, and you are super annoyed by the seeds, you can use something like a Foley food mill to get the seeds out of the berries before putting them into smoothies. You'd have to thaw them out first though.
I am lazy so I just grin and bear the grit.
it may not be cyanide, i have a terrible memory (i guess i should consume more fruit seeds )
I've been searching for a way to do this for years! Finally we're about ready to take our patent pending idea to the manufacturers. It's called a Smoothie Press and it strains the seeds out of smoothies! Check out our facebook page, www.facebook.com/smoothiepress and you can see our progress. We hope to do a kickstarter campaign to help with the set up costs of the whole manufacturing process. I've been using our prototypes every morning for seedless smoothies and you can't believe how nice it is to drink a truly "smooth" smoothie. Stay tuned... and have a great day.
Just use a Blendtec. I use my Blendtec to make smoothies several times per week, and everything is incredibly smooth. I very, very rarely notice seeds.
That's awesome! Yes some blenders do a great job. This is just another solution if you don't have one of those. Also, the Smoothie Press is a travel tumbler so you could use your Blendtec, then pour it into the Smoothie Press and go!
Have a great day and thanks for responding. :)
My family have a device called a Tre Spade
Basically it's a neat tomato squeezer, very useful for extracting those annoying pips. It also is useful when making small batch raspberry jam. Not cheap, but very well made and spares can easily be bought if you search through eBay.
QUOTE=Spiderpig;17603932]My family have a device called a
Basically it's a neat tomato squeezer, very useful for extracting those annoying pips. It also is useful when making small batch raspberry jam. Not cheap, but very well made and spares can easily be bought if you search through eBay.[/QUOTE]
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