Website Launch Giveaway!!


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Website Launch Giveaway!!

How exciting….my website is here!! πŸ™‚

To celebrate this milestone in my business I want to do a giveaway.  Not just any old giveaway, but one with an amazing prize.  Who would love to win an Optimum 9400 blender (valued at $471) and a print version of my Hungry Tums…Sweet As sugar free recipe book?  I thought so.  (I’ll even let you choose what colour blender you would like from Silver, Red, Black or Light Grey/White…gee I’m nice πŸ˜‰ )

Froothie 9400

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Why would you need a blender you may ask?  Well here are just some of the things this little beauty does with perfect ease:

  • Green smoothies 
  • Grinding nuts and grains
  • Crushes Ice 
  • Nut butters
  • Nut milks 
  • Ice cream from frozen fruits 
  • Hot Soups
  • Spreads and dips 
  • Cocktails

Now I know you are super keen to find out how to enter the giveaway, but can I ask that you please also take a little time to look around my site?  There are yummy recipes that you can make, there is a store where you can buy my book in either print or PDF version (if you just can’t wait to see if you win one πŸ™‚ ), there are links to awesome products that I use on a daily basis and sell (a girl has to make a bit of money for her family πŸ˜‰ ). 
A couple of people have put quite a lot of time, effort and love into this website so please take the time to check out our work…thank you.  Right onto how you can enter…….

It is really easy to enter, simply follow the Rafflecopter details below (joining my Mailing List and being a “Liker” of my facebook page at www.facebook.com/hungrytums are essential for your entry to count) and if you like, also tell me what would be the first thing you would love to whiz up in your 9400 blender.  All entries must be received by 11.59pm AEST Thursday 20 March 2014.  Australian residents only.  The lucky winner will be chosen at random by rafflecopter and be announced on this post and on my facebook page on Friday 21 March 2014. 

Best of Luck!! πŸ™‚

**This giveaway is now finishd and the winner is……KAYLEEN T.  Congratulations Kayleen πŸ™‚ YAY!!!!

 
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151 Comments

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    Congrats on the new website – I’m a big fan of your book πŸ™‚ Would love to win the blender and whip up some yummy smoothies in it

    Kayte x

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    Hi Di!
    You know the first thing I’d wiz up in the blender would be a healthy, green, detox juice – the magic bullet doesn’t perform as well as it should.

    ps love the website!

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    Karla Oleinikoff March 6, 2014 at 9:42 am

    Ice cream! Yay!

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    I’d give nut milks a go, as I’m going to try dairy free soon and the thought of buying soy milk doesn’t inspire me at all!!

    Lovely website Di, well done πŸ™‚

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    Peta-Maree Robinson March 6, 2014 at 9:50 am

    Congratulations Di – All your hard work and dedication in getting your message across seems tireless… Can’t wait to surf your site for recipes, ideas and facts..
    Would love to win the blender to not only whip up my daily green smoothies, but to try out all of your yummy recipes…
    Best of luck with everything.
    Peta-Maree

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      Thanks heaps Peta-Maree, you’d love your green smoothie even more with one of these babies to whiz it up in!! πŸ™‚ xx

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    I have just had 2 discs replaced in my neck and have pain, nauseau and lost 2 kgs in 5 days. The first thing I would do with this brilliant machine is get one of my kids to make me a Pineapple and Banana Smoothie with Ginger. It sounds the perfect smoothie for recovery. Ps the website and Facebook page are fantastic.

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    I’d whip up a spicy eggplant dip – yummo!

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    Well done Di. Absolutely fantastic site πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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    Congratulation Di! You’ve made all your FB followers including me, of course, happy again. I have been wanting to have this Optimum blender for long but could not afford it. I use my Aldi blender for my green smoothie every morning and I will be delighted to win this blender so I can make the cauliflower rice and pizza dough.

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    Olivia McAllister March 6, 2014 at 10:31 am

    Hi Di, huge congratulations. I sincerely love you recipes, in fact your book is already looking dogeared, go to it almost on a daily basis. The blender would be an enormous benefit in my quest to better health.

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      Thank you Olivia, so glad my book is getting a good workout at your place. All the best for the draw πŸ™‚

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    I bought your e-book ages ago, and have used it quite a bit, so this is very exciting! I would love one of those heavy-duty blenders and I think the first thing might be a yummy soup…or blending some nuts to make a raw berry “cheesecake” – hmmm, I think it would be just whizzing away all day on lots of delicious things!! All the best on everything you’re doing. It’s just so helpful to so many people.

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      Thank you Jenny πŸ™‚ Sounds like you have quite a list of things to make with the blender!! Best of luck πŸ™‚

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    The first thing I would whip up is some peanut butter for the kids sandwiches. Yummy

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    Already have your book and love it! But I’m sure I’d have no problem finding a home for another one πŸ™‚ I need a new blender because mine ruined my rum balls the other day…I used it to crush up my biscuits and mix everything together. Only to find it it tasted burnt because my blender is on the way out! πŸ™ I’m sure you can imagine my frustration after baking the biscuits and making the condensed milk….
    Can’t wait to browse your website for some more yummy recipes!

    Jess

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      Oh Jess, I certainly can imagine your frustration!! πŸ™ A quicker way to make the rum balls is to use a couple of cups of almond meal in place of the biscuits….so much quicker πŸ˜‰

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    Hi!!! Love your new website…I cook up a storm with your recipes all the time. Would love a hard copy of your book and the gorgeous blender in red!!!! Keep posting your delish recipes please!

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    where would I start? probably with a great smoothie to start my day, then on to peanut butter for the kids, and who knows yet another from your cookbook, as you know there are quite a few “sweet as” recipes made in this house on a weekly basis.

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      Yes there certainly are lots of “sweet as” recipes made in your house! Best of luck with the draw Ann πŸ™‚

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    think I would mix up a batch of pancakes if I won the new blender, congrats on the new website it looks fantastic.

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    Great website, congrats! If I won the awesome awesome blender I’d make my fave dessert first – mango and coconut ice cream πŸ™‚

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    Thanks Charmian πŸ™‚ Not sure if you’ve seen my recipe for FF Nutella, but here it is
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=554402724626412&set=a.459667304099955.104204.178742782192410&type=3&theater

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    Mmmmmm green smoothie :-). Best of luck for the competition Cassandra πŸ™‚

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    I would love to make Sarah Wilson’s Carrot Cake Porridge Whip. I have it most mornings but I don’t think my dying blender gets it quite smooth enough!

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    Your website looks fantastic!! I would love to win the blender and one of the first things I would use it for is your yummy ice cream! And winter is coming up so soup, soup, soup!! Congratulations πŸ™‚

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    Congratulations Di, your new blog looks great ! the first thing I would do is whip up some sunbutter [made from sunflower seeds] …..ive been ordering jars of it from the states and it gets a bit expensive ((( the juicer was NOT a success at making it …..

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    Only recently discovered you on FB. Thank goodness for people like yourself. Decided to go sugar free Dec 2013 after reading ‘Sweet Poison’. Easier said than done for someone like me who can cook with a recipe in front of them, but there’s not many sugar free recipes out there. I don’t mind experimenting, but it’s more miss than hit at the moment. I’ve been using IQS recipes a lot and am looking forward to trying your recipes. It’s also a massive challenge to maintain a sugar free household with 4 kids. If I won the blender, I’d try to make my own coconut butter as my current blender didn’t cut it and it was added to my list of sugar free cooking failures.

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      Well done on going sugar free Tenille. It can be a bit tricky maintaining it with the whole household, but keep up the great work. All my recipes are tested on my kids, so give some of mine a go with your munchkins. All the best πŸ™‚

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    Trevor Shannon March 6, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    Hello Di congratulations on the new website looks great ,I would give the hot soup go.

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    With the new baby due next month it would be very handy to whip stuff up quickly! Especially the kids smoothies…

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      That would be sooooo handy, and for pureeing baby food later on. All the best for bubs and the competition Annette πŸ™‚

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    I’d whip up some icing sugar from your website, we don’t have a blender and the food processor doesn’t cut the mustard. I bake from your book weekly, we love it!

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      You won’t know yourself making icing sugar in this little beauty….takes all of about 20 secs!! πŸ™‚ Glad to hear the recipes are getting a good workout at your place. thanks Tracey-ann πŸ™‚

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    Congrats Di. Looks great. Would love to make nut milks and ice cream! Yum!

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    Congratulations on your new website. I would love to win this so I can get my 14 year old daughter eating more healthy, firstly i would show her how ice cream doesnt have to be loaded with sugar and preservatives and then we would work on other recipes using this little beauty, teaching her to cook healthy

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    Hi Di,
    Congratulations on the website and book , looks amazing . I can not wait to try some of the recipes.
    I love soup so that would be first thing I make in the blender.

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    Sharon Edwards March 6, 2014 at 9:21 pm

    Wow! The website looks fabulous! Di, I love reading your blog, and love to try grinding my own nuts and grains! Thanks for such a generous giveaway!

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    I would make a batch of home made, sugar free nutella! I have made it before, but would love a great blender to get it ‘grit free’! Love, love, love your recipe book Di! I use it all the time. The jam, pikelets, raspberry and coconut muffins and a twist on your orange and almond syrup cake (using lemons instead) are my favourites!

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    I would love to try whipping up some lovely fruity mocktails.

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    some yummy healthy smoothies!!!

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    A healthy green smoothie is top of my list!

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    I would use the blender for my morning smoothie with my munchkin. Have been cutting back lately as i’m sure its on its way out so id love a new one!!

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    Would love to make almond milk as I’m not game in my old blender!! Need a new one xx

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    I couldn’t decide between my super smoothie, bliss balls or caramel slice :-/

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    Oh I would whip up everything! Mainly things my old blender can’t do like date and macadamia slice.

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    Something sweet, something versatile,
    Something delicious to linger a while,
    Something naughty, but healthy too,
    Cashew cream, how I love you!
    But so lonely my cashew cream would be,
    So I’d put it upon, all of these!! πŸ˜‰ http://www.pinterest.com/anita9933/food-glorious-food/

    Thanks so much! A fantastic giveaway! And the website looks fantastic, love the way the yummy food pics zoom out at me, like they are calling my name, hehe! πŸ˜‰

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    Would love to win a blender for my 30th (21st march:) so I could blend up some yummy mocktails while pregnant

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    I would blending up a nice green smoothie

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    Definitely my boy’s smoothie, they love it! Our blender has been broken and it’s been very boring without it! Love the website!

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    I would make peanut butter. My son loves it but it takes too long to make in my food processor and my blender can’t cope with anything more than a smoothie.

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    Shannon Morgan March 9, 2014 at 7:56 pm

    I’d whip up a batch of almond butter pronto if I won this! I think I’m slowly killing my food processor by making nut butter in it! Congrats on the new website.

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    Nut butter for sure

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    Congratulations on the new website! Looking forward to seeing more posts. The recipes so far all look delicious! If I win the blender, I would definitely whip up a kale smoothie first. My current blend doesn’t chop up the kales very well.

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    Can’t wait to explore this website! I would whip up some luxurious hazelnut milk for a raw cacao hazelnut hot chocolate for sure!

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    I can’t wait to start cooking from this book. As for the blender, I am keen to get into the smoothies, as I find I am time poor of a morning and I could whip them up quickly and take on the go. Awesome.

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    So exciting!! Great website…and super comp πŸ™‚
    The first thing I’d whip up with my blender is my daughters excitement as I give it to her πŸ™‚
    Her blender isn’t strong enough to do the green smoothies, the sugar-free Nutella and all the other yummy things I use mine for.
    Oh – and I’d give her the book too as I have one and LOVE it!!

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    Love your recipes. The blender would make better icing sugar than the blender I’m using at the moment.

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    The site is great! All the hard work has definitely shown. I’d love to make some nut butters to use in all the recipes I see it in- so expensive to buy and my machine just doesn’t get there! Thanks for your wonderful recipes Di! β™₯

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    I’d definitely make my almond milk. My poor old blender is starting to fail on me. Then with the almond milk I would make a yummy smoothie!!!

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    My current favourite smoothie is Greek yogurt, banana, peanut butter and milk, that’s what I would be making!

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    I would love to make my own “icing sugar” for the chocolate icing. Thank you for the chance to win the blender. All the best with your new website and recipes.

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    Nardine Johnson March 11, 2014 at 8:26 pm

    I’d make bliss balls, yummy!

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    Congrats on your website! wow I don’t even know where I’d begin! ummm maybe I’d start with a nut butter and then maybe some healthy fudges

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    I would whip up some nut milk so I could have a delicious chocolate milkshake – I really miss them since being dairy free abs would love a healthy wholesome alternative πŸ™‚

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    Penny Brooshooft March 11, 2014 at 10:41 pm

    Hi! So glad to have stumbled across your website! I am forever buying almond/coconut milk because my food processor just does not cut it! So would love to make my own preservative free mylks πŸ™‚

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    I would make your brownie balls. Have been making with my hand mixer but smoke came out of the mixer! Must have been over worked lol

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    Too many things to decide on I’d prob spend the whole day in the kitchen with it ! Frozen Banana ice cream would prob be at the top of my list though !

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    The first thing I’d whizz up would be a green smoothie. I started a couple of months ago, every morning and sipped on my way to work. I felt better instantly and loved the energy and vitality. Then my blender died and I just haven’t been able to afford a new one, well a new decent one. This one definitely ticks all the boxes I need.

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    My blender is on it’s way out!! One of these to make smoothies and shakes would be great!

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    Jayde craven
    I would love to add more greens to my diet and whip up a deliciously smooth green smoothie! I have tried in my current blender but it leaves it lumpy.

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    It is hard to choose because all those suggestions sound delicious, but I’d have to say nut butters…I am in love with almond and cashew …

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    I’d love to try dairy free ice-cream from frozen bananas with mix-ins of dark chop chips or berries. I tried in my old processor but by the time it is smooth enough it has pretty much defrosted! My husband was not convinced!

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    I was imagining whipping up a smoothie first, until I read that it can be used to make cocktails. Woohoo party at my place! Green chia cocktail anyone?

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    I’d whip up a huge green smoothie for myself and a girl at work β™₯β™₯

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    First thing I’d whip up would be a fantastic banana coconut cream smoothie for my two young boys. Mention smoothie to them and they do a happy dance. Then something a little decadent for myself like an icecream. Yum yum!

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    First thing i would whip up is some homemade bread with ground up nuts and grains. Then i might attempt a few nut butters, continuing on to some smoothies followed by some homemade ice cream…for starters….

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    Hi Di, your website looks amazing! Congratulations.
    I would love to win an Optimum Blender and the first things I would make is nut butter as the cost is killing me and I would love to activate the nuts first.
    Thanks! Cheers Claire

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    Congrats Di! The only thing stopping me from juicing & green smoothie action is the expense of a decent blender, so that is where I’d start – something green & nourishing πŸ™‚

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    Fingers crossed, would love to win this

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    I’ve been wanting to make my own nut butters but my current blender just doesn’t cut it… Mmmm yum!

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    Alice Catblack Mitchell March 14, 2014 at 6:30 am

    Loving the new website πŸ™‚ i would whiz up a healthy green smoothie πŸ™‚

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    A big healthy banana smoothie – yum!

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    meatloaf

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    Would love this to try more raw food recipes with ease. Thanks for offering, and congrats!

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    Congrats on new website. Would love to whip up some delicious raw soups

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    Fantastic website! Would love to win this wonderful prize – your book is a fab idea for this sweet-tooth health-nut! I have a LIST of things I’d make, but perhaps the first would be coconut yogurt, as I tried to make it in my current blender, but it was a major fail!

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    Nut butters!

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    I’m a huge fan of you and your books, congratulations on the website and keep up the great work! I would love to whip up some delicious nut cream……

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    the website looks lovely – looking forward to having a good look around it : )

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    Nut Butters and ice cream

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    I’d go back to making my own sugar free bliss balls. I haven’t been able to since our old blender died and I miss them so much!

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    Wow, wouldn’t I love this to mix up some green smoothies, and some dextrose treats….
    Thanks for the opportunity!
    Sylvia x

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    It really is a beautiful site.

    I would love to make Strawberry Shortcake Protein Balls,
    can’t wait to try them, I’m bouncing off the walls.
    Green smoothies, muffins and soup,
    I’m so excited I could just about whoop.
    Next on my list would be banana and coconut bread,
    I’d love him so much, I’d name my Optimum, Ted.

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    Cashew cream. YUM

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    I am certain it will be a green smoothie first but the list of other things is endless. My current blend just lacks power for anything other than a smoothie!
    Well done on the site, it looks awesome! I love my eBook but would be stoked to hold a hard copy in my hands

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    Congrats on the website. Love your recipes and ideas from following you on facebook. Will be keen to check out your cookbook.
    I would love to try a green smoothie, but definately would use it for protein balls. πŸ˜‰

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    Hi Di, I would definitely whip up my family’s favourite first – Key Lime Cheesecake and Coconut Mousse! Thank you for such an awesome blog and the opportunity to win! Good luck everybody! πŸ™‚ xoxo

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    I’d like to give the almond milk a wizz πŸ™‚

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    I’d love a new blender so I can make my own satay sauce… Bought stuff just doesn’t compare πŸ˜‰

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    Congrats on the new website, it looks amazing πŸ™‚
    The first thing I’d whip up would be almond milk, closely followed by a green smoothie & the some ice cream (Greek yoghurt, frozen banana and berries) mmmm yum!

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    I would love to make super healthy smoothies for my whole family if I won the blender. Thanks for the chance to win.

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    I have been dying to make my own Banana Coconut Chocolate Protein Ice Cream,it would be the first thing I would whiz up in my new Optimum!

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    First time visitor! Site looks great can’t wait to have more of a look around. I think I’d whip up a quick and easy soup and a sweet treat… I’ll go look around for some inspiration x

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    Would love to make vegan cheese cakes. The other blenders can’t blend fine enough.
    Smoothies and ice cream would be lovely too.

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    Hi Di!

    What a lovely website you have πŸ™‚ well done team πŸ™‚

    If I was blessed to have an Optimum blender, I would try an almond or cashew cheese first up, and if it just landed on my door step without knowing to soak the nuts πŸ˜€ then I would whip up an avocado lime mousse while the nuts had a little bit of a chance to soften! I’ve been super keen to see how well this blender would make nut cheeses!!

    Keep up the great work πŸ™‚

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    Super excited for this giveaway! The first thing I would make will be delicious chocolate date brownie! Yummo! !
    Congratulations on the website

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    Very YUM website!
    Well… what would I do with the Optimum 9400…?
    I’d start with a green smoothie… and work my way through the rainbow! Sky’s the limit!

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    Congrats on the website – love it! I think the first thing I’d whip up would be a raw salty caramel and apple spread, or maybe a spiced pear smoothie!

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    Frozen fruit ice cream…. Need I say more lol

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    Congratulations on the website – it’s beautiful! The first thing I would make is a raw blueberry lemon cheesecake. I have been wanting to make this particular cheesecake for a few years now, but I have an old blender and it just won’t do the trick (I’m a full time nutritional med student, so limited funds for new kitchen appliances sadly!). All the best with your new website launch. Jade x

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    Hey congrats on the new site. Truth be told my wife does ALL the cooking in my house, but I know how much she loves sites just like this one so I’m always on the look out for sites I can share with her. This is definitely one of them! Oh, and if I was lucky enough to win the blender, I’d try making up something myself for once, and considering we’re about to hit cooler weather, I reckon a bit of practice making healthy vegetable soups before winter might be in order! Mmmm

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    I think my first blend would have to be peanut and almond butter. My all time favourite homemade spread. My little food processor struggles a bit with that!

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    Green smoothie – I’ve never had one.

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    Am looking forward to making lots of your recipes πŸ™‚

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    The first thing I’d whip up is some nut butter, closely followed by nut milk then icecream πŸ˜‰
    Website looks great, congratulations!

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    I would love to whip up a couple of versions of haroset, a traditional food eaten at Passover. One version is a mixture of chopped apples, almonds, a drop of sweet red wine and cinnamon – the other one would be dates, mixed nuts, spices and orange juice. Congrats on the yum website.

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    Elizabeth Lockwood March 19, 2014 at 9:49 pm

    Firstly congratulations on a really great site.
    Your book is absolutely fabulous and the recipes are just amazing.
    I’m really enjoying cooking again. Thankyou.

    The first thing I would use the blender for is the smoothies, then nut butters and grinding the nuts.
    My old blender needs retiring, it’s a bit like me, getting older, but at least I’m getting wiser.

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    Hope to win
    Ultimate prize
    Need it so much
    Great!
    Really love cooking
    Yes please

    Totally
    Unbelievably
    Mine πŸ™‚

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    Awesome website and congratulations, oh what time make first so much this machine can do, soup i think since winter is coming on

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    I’m opening a new cafe and need a decent blender to start testing my smoothies and healthy raw recipes

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    I love your site – congrats! Looking forward to trying some of your recipes too. I’d love to win the blender for whipping up green smoothies and shakes, as I’m trying to follow a more alkaline diet. Fingers crossed!

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    Rebecca Leitch March 20, 2014 at 4:27 pm

    I would make a nutty monkey smoothie! Banana, yoghurt, milk, cacao and peanut butter!

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    If I win I’ll love to give a few raw food recipes a go

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    I’m keen to try the sorbet you made in a video a few months ago. The blender seems to crush ice so effortlessly.

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    Love your website! Definitely bookmarked for future recipe ideas! πŸ™‚
    I would love to try making a raw cheesecake in the blender – they look amazing!

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    Incredible site Di! You should feel very proud. A lot of hard work has gone into this amazing resource. Well done. xx

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    I would start with a delicious banana & strawberry smoothie

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    The first thing I would use the blender for is smoothies for the kids breaky, I’m finding the older they get the harder it is to get breaky into them before they race out the door for school but they seem to like a hot chocolate so smoothies would be another great option for them in the morning πŸ™‚

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    The first thing I’d whiz up is a nice, refreshing green smoothie. Mmmmm. I think my body needs a bit of a detox so a green smoothie would do the trick!

    Love the website. The background is super cute!

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    Great new site Di. Awesome job in spreading the sugar-free & healthy food love.

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    Belinda Freestone March 20, 2014 at 10:10 pm

    There are soooooo many things I would want to make in this blender that my current blender isn’t powerful enough to do and that’s make the smoothest nut milk and almond butter, oh and coconut butter! Mmmmm so many things I could make! Good luck everyone!

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