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Vitamix Dry Grains Container Classic

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  • Specialist for grinding coffee and cereals
  • Alternatively also suitable for mixing & grating quantities from 250 ml
  • Made from BPA free Tritan

Vitamix 0.9 liter Dry Grains Container Classic
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Vitamix Dry Grains Container Classic

  • Specialist for grinding coffee and cereals
  • Alternatively also suitable for mixing & grating quantities from 250 ml
  • Made from BPA free Tritan

incl. VAT, plus shipping costs
Shipping to DE from 49.- free of charge
in stock, immediately available
Estimated delivery tomorrow, on Friday, the 6/21/2024 in

What distinguishes the Vitamix Dry Grains Container Classic?

The Vitamix dry grains container Classic is an optional accessory for anyone who regularly grinds coffee or cereals. Those who grind less frequently don't really need it and can continue using the regular container for this purpose.


Preparation possibilities

The Vitamix grinding container Classic is best suited for grinding coffee or cereals.

Shredding: The Vitamix dry grains container Classic is also excellent for shredding root vegetables, such as carrots, beet, parsnip or Parmesan cheese.

Blending: chunky salsas and pestos from 250 ml, ice cream and nut butter from about 500 ml. For the latter, a tamper is needed to push the viscous mass back to the blade during the blending process. Therefore, a higher minimum quantity is required for the tamper to reach the Ingredients.

TIP: Owners of a Vitamix TNC 5200 or Vitamix Pro 500 can also use the long tamper with the Vitamix dry grains container Classic.

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Who should have a Dry Grains Container Classic?

The Vitamix dry grains container Classic is only recommended for people who regularly grind - at least once a week. Grinding regularly makes the container opaque over time. Therefore, the additional purchase makes sense.

In our opinion, the container is not suitable for kneading dough, blenders are simply not made for kneading. You can also prepare pestos in this container, for this special case we at added the small tamper - free of charge - to the package. Alternatively, we recommend the 1.4 liter container Classic as a supplement for the Vitamix Pro 300 and Vitamix Pro 750. All other Vitamix blenders usually do not require an additional container.

Vitamix 1.4-Liter Container Classic front
Vitamix 1.4 Liter Container Classic
209.00 €

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Vitamix container discount

When purchasing a Vitamix container together with a Vitamix blender (except S30) on, you will receive a discount for each additional container purchased. The discount will be displayed in your shopping cart.

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Compatible blenders

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Technical specification

  • Dimensions: 24.9 cm height
  • Material: 100 % Tritan (BPA-free); Suitable for temperatures up to 100°C
  • Volume of container: 0.9 liters
  • Blade type and material: 4 laser-cut stainless steel blades; HCS (Japan)
  • Warranty: 3 years (7 years if purchased together with a matching Vitamix blender)

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Scope of delivery

  • Vitamix grinding container made of BPA-free Tritan
  • Lid
  • Lid attachment
  • Vitamix recipe book with approx. 50 recipes for bread, cakes, porridge and spice blends
  • Exclusively with us: Matching tamper

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For purely private use: 3-years-warranty

Questions & Answers about the Product

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Total 19 question(s)

I would like to change the blades of my grinding container – how can I take out the blades?
With kind regards Hans

Question submitted by Hans on May 10, 2022 at 21:34 o'clock

Hello Hans,
thank you for your message.
Unfortunately, Vitamix does not want the customer to do repairs themselves.
The blade unit could be replaced as part of a repair (by a Vitamix-authorized customer service). However, disassembly and assembly should be carried out “professionally”, as in case of incorrect procedure, the safety of the blender user is no longer guaranteed.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 06.10.2022 um 14:13 Uhr

Hello dear team,

I would very much like to buy the Vitamix Pro 750.
Unfortunately, I do not know whether I should order the grinding container or the 1.4l additional container...

I would like to make the following preparations frequently:
- Raw Energyballs (3x - 4x the week)
- Date paste (1x the week)
- Nut purée (1x the week)
- Plant milk (2 - 3x the week)
- Smoothies (daily)
- Pestos (1 - 2 times a week)
- vegan spreads (1 - 2x a week)
- Hummus (1x - 2x a week)

I would be delighted to hear from you

With kind regards
Jana Keitel

Question submitted by Janna on October 3, 2021 at 15:10 o'clock

Hello Jana,

Thank you for your message.
Only one container can help you with all these preparations, the 1.4-liter wet container – it allows you to prepare liquid and viscous foods.
The grinding container, on the other hand, is optimized for dry applications such as grinding coffee or grain.
The 1.4 liter container has minimum preparation quantity of 250 ml for liquid and 400 ml for viscous food.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 10.03.2021 um 15:32 Uhr

Can I also grind lupins with my grinding container? With the Moulinette from Moulinex it has thereby perforated the plastic. The Vitamix container also is made of plastic!

Question submitted by Edith Gensler on April 3, 2021 at 21:00 o'clock

Hello Edith,

thank you very much for your message.

We have not yet ground lupins -(seeds) in our high-speed blenders. However, it should generally not be a problem. Please note, however, that the plastic can become cloudy/blind if hard ingredients are processed frequently!

Kind regards from Berlin :- )

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 05.03.2021 um 10:47 Uhr

When I bought my vitamix, I bought the 0.9l dry container in addition to the 2l wet container, but I hardly ever need it. However, I need a smaller wet container to prepare small quantities (nut puree, smoothies). Can I use the dry container for this instead of purchasing a third container?

Question submitted by Katrin Uhlmann on November 2, 2021 at 16:52 o'clock

Hello Karin,

thank you very much for your message

The blades of the wet container are designed in such a way that the ingredients are guided to the blades by suction. The blades of the dry container cause a propeller effect – thus the dry ingredients are whirled upwards and thus crushed.

You can also prepare wet things with the dry container – it just won't be quite as creamy as with the wet container.

Please let us know if you have any questions :- )

Kind regards,

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 11.02.2021 um 17:31 Uhr

Can I grind flaxseed and crush nuts in the dry container? What is the minimum quantity?

Question submitted by marthe on November 1, 2021 at 00:38 o'clock

Hello Marthe,
You can use it to grind flaxseed and nuts. The blades must be covered, the minimum quantity is about 250 ml.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 11.01.2021 um 10:23 Uhr

Do I necessarily need the dry container to grind dry things?
Or can I also use the container that comes with the device?
Thanks for the help,

Question submitted by Sabine on April 3, 2020 at 09:09 o'clock

Hello Sabine,

thank you very much for your message.

The name: wet and dry containers are misleading. You can process all ingredients in both containers – only the blades in the containers differ.

With the dry container, ingredients can be ground very well. Therefore, we refer to this container as a grinding container.

With the wet container, ingredients can be blended very well. Therefore, we refer to this container as a blending container.

The containers also produces the same results when grinding ingredients.

The purchase of a grinding container makes sense if ingredients are regularly ground that leave a taste in the container, as is the case, for example, with coffee or dried wild herbs etc.

Kind regards from Berlin!

Betsy from the team

Beanwortet am 04.03.2020 um 10:48 Uhr

Good morning, I'm not quite sure, does this dry container also fit on the Vitamix e310?
Best regards

Question submitted by Uta Luecke on February 27, 2020 at 07:54 o'clock

Hello Uta,

thank you very much for your message.

The Vitamix dry container is compatible with your E310.

Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions :-)

Best regards from Berlin,

your team

Beanwortet am 27.02.2020 um 13:12 Uhr

I have the dry container and wanted to pulverize dried vegetables – But it didn't work, probably. Is there something you have to watch out for?

Question submitted by Eveline on February 19, 2020 at 11:54 o'clock

Hello Eveline,

thank you very much for your message

If you want to pulverize vegetables or similar, the ingredients should be completely dry. If this is not the case, the mix will stick together. So let everything dry even longer :-)

Best regards from Berlin,
Your team

Beanwortet am 19.02.2020 um 12:17 Uhr

I have the Vitamix TNC 5200 and would like to use it to process goldenlein seeds into flour.
Is that possible and if so, what are the minimum preparation quantities?

Question submitted by Yvonne on November 14, 2019 at 15:26 o'clock

Hello Yvonne,

thank you very much for your message.

You can also process seeds into flour with the device.
The minimum preparation is approx. 250 – 300 ml

Best regards from Berlin and have fun blending!

Your team

Beanwortet am 14.11.2019 um 16:21 Uhr

Hello Team,
i often want to grind dried plant roots that are cut. Is this possible to the point of pulverizing? What type of blender is suitable for this? Do I really need the grinding container? Thank you in advance, Elias

Question submitted by Elias on April 27, 2019 at 20:45 o'clock

Hello Elias,

thank you very much for your question.

Grinding dried plant roots should be possible without any problems with a high-speed blender. We have not yet tried this, but we have been able to grind other ingredients such as cereals, coffee beans or dried nettle seeds without any problems. This does not require an extra grinding container. We only recommend this if you want to grind regularly, at least once a week. Frequent grinding will cause the container to turn blind over time – a second container therefore is useful if you would like to have a nice-looking container.
I would recommend the Vitamix TNC 5200 - it is an all-rounder for large and small quantities. And of course, you can also grind with it.

Many greetings,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 29.04.2019 um 10:47 Uhr

Hello dear team,
How heat resistant are the containers? The Pro750 allows one to make soups, but how does it behave if you first prepare onions and vegetables in the pot along with broth and then blend them with the Vitamix until creamy? The vegetables and broth are really hot.... does this damage the containers ?
With best regards,

Question submitted by Laura on February 24, 2019 at 16:59 o'clock

Hello Laura,

Thank you for your question.

Basically, you can reheat/blend soups in the Vitamix to make them creamy, but the soup should be cooled below 100 degrees.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 25.02.2019 um 16:27 Uhr

I own the Vitamix 5200. The preparation of spreads is quite challenging with the 2,0 liter container. Would the 0,9 liter container be better suited for this purpose?

Question submitted by Katharina on January 30, 2019 at 10:57 o'clock

Hello Katharina,

Thank you for the question.

The grinding container is definitely not recommended. Nor the 0.9 liter wet container. The 0,9 liter container does not really have any advantages over the 1,4 liter container.
The 1.4-liter container would also be the only one left to choose from. Advantages over the 2-liter container from the TNC 5200 would be easier scraping and cleaning after preparation.

However, the minimum quantities are identical to the 2-liter container, so nothing would change.
Depending on what exactly you find inconvenient, that might be a solution.

Best regards,
Your Team

Beanwortet am 30.01.2019 um 19:10 Uhr

i ordered the Vitamin Pro 300 in August and am very satisfied with this device. Now I am considering whether I should still purchase the grinding container. I mainly need it for the pulverization of dried herbs (eg barley grass, ginger, lemongrass, etc.). Does this work well with the grinding container, even for small quantities?

Thank you, greetings Claudia

Question submitted by Claudia on December 17, 2018 at 10:52 o'clock

Hello Claudia,

thank you very much for your questions.

Unfortunately, no one here has experience with dried grasses or dried ginger. However, as long as you stick to the minimum preparation quantities, we don't see a problem.

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 27.12.2018 um 12:59 Uhr

Can I turn coconut blossom sugar into powdered with the normal Vitamix 750 container?
What is your opinion on adding oil to self-made nut butter?
Last question, can porridge be ground in it?
LG Lily

Question submitted by Lily on May 31, 2018 at 15:41 o'clock

Hi Lily,

thank you for the question.

Basically, all 3 preparations you mentioned are possible in the Pro 750. However, there are restrictions:

1. Coconut blossom sugar sticks to the container wall and is processed faster in the additional 1,4 liter container.

2. Nut purée requires at least 800 ml of volume. That's neat.

3. Oats are not a problem at all.

Therefore, in your case, we would advise buying the Pro750 in combination with the 1,4 liter or grinding container.

Best regards,

Your Team

Beanwortet am 31.05.2018 um 18:24 Uhr

What can be the reason for regular grinding at least once a week? If the cup sits in the cupboard waiting for its occasional use, what could possibly happen to it?

Question submitted by Marina Riemer on April 25, 2018 at 11:17 o'clock

Hello Marina Riemer,

thank you very much for your comment. The wording was a little unfortunate on our part.

Of course, the grinding container does not need to be used once a week. However, we only recommend it if you expect to grind frequently.

People how only grind occasionally, do not need it in our opinion and can simply use the standard container of their device!:-)

Best regards,
Your – Team

Beanwortet am 25.04.2018 um 11:22 Uhr

what is the minimum amount of coffee beans that can be processed?
Is it also possible to grind seeds, so for example poppy seeds?

Question submitted by Tine on March 17, 2018 at 19:28 o'clock

Dear Jussie,
Thank you for your request.

The minimum quantity in the grinding container is approx. 250ml, which would be approx. 100-150g for coffee.

You can grind poppy seeds in it without any problems.

Kind regards from your service team of

Beanwortet am 20.03.2018 um 12:54 Uhr

I would like to make nut purée. Does this scratch the normal container. I've read the following: "If you choose the dry container as an additional container when buying the Super TNC 5200 you can use the Vitamix to also finely grind seeds, spices, and coffee. The special feature of the container with dry blades is that it has two sharp blades and two blunt blades – while the standard blender has four sharp blades. When grain is ground, or even hard spices or dried roots, the container becomes scratched and thus dull, but this is only a visual problem and not a quality defect."
What do you guys recommend? I'm really tempted by the special offer on the Vitamix 5200.

Question submitted by Doris on July 2, 2018 at 22:32 o'clock

Hello dear Doris,

thank you very much for the question.

From our standpoint, we would not necessarily prepare nut purée in the grinding container, even though this would probably be possible.

The standard container of the TNC5200/Vitamix Creations is completely sufficient for the recipes you have mentioned.

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 08.01.2018 um 11:03 Uhr

If you buy the Vitamix Pro 750 including grinding container, is its warranty also extended from 3 to 7 years? Or does it only apply to the 1.4 liter container?
Lg, Hopse

Question submitted by Hopse on April 1, 2018 at 11:59 o'clock

Hello Hopse,

thank you for the question.

The warranty extension applies to any suitable container, which is purchased with the device!

Best regards,

Your team

Beanwortet am 04.01.2018 um 12:05 Uhr

I would like to blend a smoothie with nuts. Can I do this in the normal containers, or do you have to buy the dry container for the nuts?

Question submitted by Minch on November 19, 2017 at 09:49 o'clock

Hello Minch,

thank you for the question.

If dry ingredients are processed into a smoothie with liquids, there is no need for a grinding container

Best regards,
Your team

Beanwortet am 20.11.2017 um 11:22 Uhr

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