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Jiffy Mixer LM Laboratory Review




Revainrating 5 out of 5  
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Description of Jiffy Mixer LM Laboratory

Shaft Length: 10-1/4 In. Top Diameter: 1-1/4". Bottom Diameter: 1-1/4". Shaft Diameter: 1/4".


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Works well and doesn't make a mess

I hooked this up to my variable speed cordless drill. I wouldn't use it on a non-variable speed drill press. Before I tried it, I was concerned that I might secure the jar properly or that it might swirl the peanut butter around. But I just placed the peanut butter jar down the sink drain and had no problem keeping it there. After about two minutes, my peanut butter was perfectly smooth. I was hoping to clean it easily by swishing it in a little water with the Dawn, but I had to use a brush to…

  • GOLS certified
  • Only available in black

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Saving my hand blender.

If you like all natural peanut butter or any type of nut butter, this is for you. Trying to mix nut butters with their oils gives you a headache! I've tried doing it manually which takes forever. I tried this with a hand blender which nearly burned out the motor. I've tried just pouring the contents of the jar into a blender, but that just makes a mess and wastes a lot of peanut butter. Then I got this thing. It easily fits in a jar of peanut butter. It connects quickly and easily to my…

  • New
  • Lightly Shredded

Revainrating 5 out of 5

For blending nut butters

Call me smug but I only bought this for blending natural nut butters after getting tired of stirring settled oil by hand. I chose this tool because it easily fits into small jars and because it's made of stainless steel, which shouldn't rust or poison your food. Good news: He's just great. Start with butter at room temperature or a few degrees warmer. Attach a variable speed drill, dip the device into the can and start at low speed. Move the tool up and down and towards the edges of the can…

  • Decent performance
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