Video Overview | Vitamix Aerating Container

Video Overview | Vitamix Aerating Container

Jul 24th 2017 Written by meredithlangley

The Vitamix Aeration container brings new blending capabilities to any kitchen, with its uniquely designed disc blade that’s gentle enough to make emulsions, whipped cream, foam, and more. Compatible with The Quiet One, Blending Station Advance, Vita-Prep, ad Vita-Prep 3, this remarkable container provides a quick and easy way to whip up a delicious topping. Ready to see it in action? Watch along as Chef David Ash shines the spotlight on the Aeration container, and puts it to work making a delicious raspberry whipped cream.



Hi. This is Chef David Ash and I'm here today to show you the aeration container from Vitamix. Upon first glance, you can see gone is the blade and in comes a disc. You can tell by the design that there are plenty of holes inside of there that will allow for optimal air flow. What that's going to do is when the blender is running at a very high RPM, it's going to force air through the product. One thing that Vitamix has done is allow this to be very versatile across multiple platforms.

Vitamix 062947 Aerating Container with Disc Blade - 32 oz

Disc blade design creates dense and pourable culinary foam, flavored whipped cream, mousse, infusions, and emulsions.

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It can be used in The Quiet One, it can be used in the Blending Station Advance, or it can be used in any of the Vita-Prep Series. We just happen to have the Vita-Prep 3 here today to show you. So what we're going to do is we're going to seat it right on top of our base, just like you would any other pitcher. I did want to mention that this is a 32-ounce container, BPA-free. It is still the Tritan compound as well. So it makes it stain-resistant, and it's very, very durable. So what we're going to do here is we're going to make a little raspberry whipped cream. Very, very simple.

We're going to start off with our heavy cream. We're going to add some fresh raspberries, straight in there, and we're going to put our powdered sugar also. Now, what I want you to notice is when we start, we're going to start it low, and then we're going to gradually increase the speed. So you will see very shortly how we get a nice, fluffy, airy whipped cream. So not even a minute later, you can see that the raspberries have been broken down into the whipped cream and this can be served as is or on top of a nice, fresh desert. Thank you very much for watching.

Jul 24th 2017 meredithlangley

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