Gibran Hunt: Great video. Just ordered a vitamix 750. Will definitely give this recipe a try. Keep up the good work man.
Sarah W: hi henry, just wondering if you can advise what the minimum cups of peanuts is you can use, for it to still be effective an smooth consistency? i.e 1-2ppl batch.
Cypheye: Hey Henry I just bought a vitamix and I'm excited to use it.
My question is how difficult was it to clean the machine after you made this peanut butter?
Hector Romero: henry do a video making coconut butter in the vitamix 750
linda nerney: Did you get the spatula from Vitamix?
PLUTREA: why on earth does it cosy so much more in Europe? robbers!
Lil Red - Devil: Finally bit the bullet and bought a Vitamix. Got the 750 Heritage edition. Making Peanut Butter first and have made some ice cubes from 2% chocolate milk and going to attempt to make ice cream. Hope it goes well. I really enjoy your videos that I have watched thus far.
mark t: how well did the clean function work after that? what would you say is the most difficult thing to use the clean cycle on?
Garry Burgess: nice! I'm looking forward to getting my vitamix so that I don't have to eat peanut butter with their hydrogenation from the food factories.
cheryl monteiro: I love my Vitamix 750. As Henry said he uses his Vitamix 3-4 times a day. I use my Vitamix about four times a day I'm becoming creative. The best investment I ever made.
Oey Stefanie: can u make peanut powder with wet blade container?
smilyface3364: One of the first things I made with my vitamix (the exact same model) was almond butter. All I got was very course meal that was kind of turning into butter and the blade didn't seem to be doing anything else other than that. What could I do to make a smoother almond butter? I put 2 cups of almonds into the container. Did I not put enough in?
badjujuwan: Your videos never fail to amaze.
RetireeChi: Appreciate you explaining the difference between the different models. Just looking at Vitamix website it is hard to tell.
VT808: Love your videos
jerry berry: Quick question, i saw you make sunflower seed butter in the s30. I have the 750 but using the 64 oa container to make peanut butter and ice cream makes too much and I dont want to save it. Can I do these tasks with the 750 using the 32 oz container?
Eric the Great: Henry, I noticed you are using a wet blade container to do the peanut butter, is the wet container more of a general purpose container/blade or is it worth buying the dry container if you are on a budget? I am about to purchase my first Vitamix, just trying to do some pre purchase research. Thanks
JustAConservativeNerd: I have this exact blender and have had mixed success with sometimes the peanut butter being too grainy. Your method seems to work better so I will try it. Thanks for posting.
Mrs.Gordon2016: i feel my throat closing up jus looking at it but im def going to try this with cashews.lol
canadian01978: can you put the jar in the dish washer to clean it?