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post #21 of 27

Dont worry, shes the GF and i paid for it.  she wont mind a little maple dust in her smoothie, it probably adds fiber (;

post #22 of 27
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The other guy said that a food processor wouldn't do it, I would guess that a blender would be a step down from that chopping power wise.

post #23 of 27
If the chips are on the smaller size you can mix them 50/50 with pellets and they will smoke fine. I've done it at work multiple times! If the wood chips are on the larger size there will be to many gaps and ignite and burn.

I got the idea from mdboatbum...
post #24 of 27
. This blender works very well I got it at Walmart for $39 chops those smoker chips pretty quick.
post #25 of 27
The Boss has a Blendtec. Pretty sure the thing is capable of grinding up rocks...
post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by inkjunkie View Post

The Boss has a Blendtec. Pretty sure the thing is capable of grinding up rocks...

For a $500 blender i bet it wood.
post #27 of 27
We have had it a while, we didn't pay that much for it. Will be the last blender we ever buy. We are an hour+ away from everything. After the second 2.5 hour journey to replace your elcheepo blender I bought it. Nice knowing that when you need a blender it is going to work. She uses it several times a week, has never had to worry about out not having the power to grind anything up.
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