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What distinguishes the Bianco Solito container?
The Bianco di Puro Solito container is included in the scope of delivery of the Bianco Forte. The Solito is slightly wider and lower compared to the Bianco Premium container, while having the same volume (2.0 liters). The bottom of the Solito container is made of shatterproof Tritan.
- Preparation options
- Compatible blenders
- Compatible accessories
- Technical specification
- Scope of delivery
Blending fine green smoothies, fruit and vegetable smoothies, vegan milk, sauces, dips, salsas, pestos, cold and warm soups (up to 125°C) from 250 ml, as well as ice cream and nut purees from approx. 700 ml. For the preparation of warm soups, raw foodists use the T42M tamper with temperature display to control the temperature. A tamper is also needed for the preparation of ice cream and puree - as the viscous mass has to be pushed back to the blades during the blending process.
- Bianco Primo (Plus/S)
- Bianco Panda
- Bianco Forte
- Bianco Puro Originale
- Bianco Puro S
- Bianco Diver (Square)
- Bianco Volto (N)
- Bianco Patto (Pro)
- Bianco Gusto
- Bianco Gusto Pro
older Bianco mixer models:
- Bianco Puro
- Bianco Puro 1
- Bianco Puro 3
- Bianco Puro 4
- Material: 100 % BPA-free plastic; food heatable up to 100°C
- Volume of container: 2.0 liters
- Blade type and material: 6 stainless steel blades made of HCS steel (Japan)
Scope of delivery
- Bianco Solito container made of BPA-free plastic
- Lid and measuring cup
Questions & Answers about the ProductAsk a question
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I have purchased a three-year-old Bianco Panda with Solito container. Unfortunately, the green smoothies do not turn out as fine as I had hoped. Could it be the blades? Have they become dull over time? Would you advise me to use a different container? I blend my smoothies with frozen kale and celery, among other things
Thank you for the question.
So actually, the blades should not be a problem. In fact, they are already blunt when shipped! The micro-grinding behind the wedge-shaped blade is caused by the collision of the particles. This is the case with all high-speed blenders. Of course, it is important to blend at maximum speed and if you like it as fine as possible, up to 1.5 minutes.
If you compare all containers that are compatible with the Panda, the Bianco square+ container would be the recommendation when it comes to the maximum fineness of smoothies. However, this again is not suitable for small quantities and should be considered a special container for smoothies, soups, …. — everything liquid.
Honestly, we have no experience with frozen leafy greens.
In theory this should be much easier for the blender, frozen leafy greens have usually been blanched before freezing, which makes the fibres much softer. The freezing process also breaks up the fibres.
Your GrueneSmoothies.com team
Moin, is the Solito container suitable for such tough things like date nut mixes for raw food doughs?
Many greetings Vanessa
Hello Vanessa Jeroma,
thank you very much for the question.
Sure, you can use the Solito to create date nut mixes for raw food doughs. However, if you are considering a new purchase, we would advise you to use the standard container.
Furthermore, it is always mandatory to work with the included tamper when preparing viscose consistencies.
Your GrueneSmoothies.com Team