Nitro Ninja Pro blender/mixer

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Santa brought me this great gift! My question is can I use berries and such if I'm sure it mixed to the nth degree? Or will I be back in the fetal position drinking only liquids?

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    Some people are not effected by berries etc.

    the reason we don't eat them is the pips in case they get stuck in the pockets. 

    It is  a very general rule so it's suck it and see

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    Julie is right...only way is process of elimination.

     

    I got to the point that I had to avoid pips, seeds, beans and skins on potatoes, tomatoes etc. Red meat has been a no-no for me for ages.  Fish or white meat the best and loads of fluid. I find small meals that are not dry and have lots of liquid or moisture within them or soups the best.  Gets boring sometimes but better that having a nasty attack.

    Good luck and hope you feel better soon

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    I would avoid seeds; nuts; pips and skins AT ALL COSTS.  The bits are still there even when blended and can lodge in a pouch and fester til an infection starts up....no food or drink or flavour is worth that sort of pain.

     

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    I find that blending berries such as raspberries or blackberries just chops up the pips into smaller bits. I then put the mixture through a sieve. This is tedious and does not eliminate every thing as the tiniest fragments of pip get through but the result is a nice fruit sauce that can be mixed with yoghurt or actimel. Often I feel the fragments and don't swallow them but it is not a 100% elimination.
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    Thank you! It just isn't worth it to me at this point. Maybe I'll forget how bad the pain is or become brave/stupid and try a little at a time. Thanks for your help. Have a Great New Year!
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