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Gourmet Peanut Butter Blender Lid

Because it tastes so good, and I'm so lazy...
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Sell a lid that fits on specially made jars of peanut butter, almond butter, sesame tahini, or any other product that separates unless mega-chemicals are added. This lid has blender blades on the inside, and attaches to the blender on the outside. Screw off the cheap lid, screw on the blender lid, turn it upside down, turn on the blender, and voila... You could sell whipping cream, mayonnaise, and anything else that currently require emulsifiers to stay blended.
dbsousa, Mar 17 2003

For Oster Kitchen Center and Osterizer blenders (link is slow) http://www.totalvac...Category_Code=oster
Mini blender jars. Screw off the cheap lid, screw on the blender lid. Blend away. [half, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Not anything I'd consider licking. (link is slow) http://www.totalvac...Product_Code=4901-3
[half, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       As long as the blades are designed to be tongue-friendly, I'm in.
egbert, Mar 17 2003
  

       Link. Non-tongue-friendly blades. At least they've always looked sufficiently dangerous that I've never tried licking them.
half, Mar 17 2003
  

       The product in the first link looks like I would have to put all the ingredients into it first, and then blend it. Too much effort. Take the blade in the second link, attach it to a peanutbutter jar lid, and you will have baked my idea...
dbsousa, Mar 17 2003
  

       The first and second link are the same product.
half, Mar 17 2003
  

       (later) Sorry 'bout the ambiguous links. The point I failed horribly to make was that the pictured jars come with rings, rather like those on canning jars, that attach the pictured blades to the jars. Pretty much what you're looking for except the mouth of the jars is smaller than that of the average peanut butter jar.
half, Mar 17 2003
  

       Check out cheeselikesubstance's 'Food contaminators'. Could you make the blades really sharp so it chops up all foreign bodies to the point where they don't matter. Alternatively, change the blades for filters to guarantee a clean product.
Sean Egative, Jun 20 2003
  

       I thought this would be a store, kinda like a Peanut Butter Starbucks, with gourmet peanuts from around the world, perfectly roasted, that you select and have ground for you while you wait.
Cedar Park, Jun 21 2003
  
      
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