It's not top the line, but it is a high speed blender. I have gotten blenders to literally smoke, more than a few times, haha... But it's not the temperature of the water, its the thickness, the motor & whether the blades can engage all the material in the container without backing up. THAT backing up causes heat to build up, & it also strains lesser powered motors, which also adds heat & wears out motors.
Originally Posted by Primal123
Why not use the dual approach: Soak the coconut flakes or powder overnight in hot water. In the morning, when it's cooled but fully absorbed all the water it's ever going to, then blend it. In small batches if you're freaked out about burning out the family blender. I've owned maybe a dozen blenders in my lifetime. I have some kick ass strong ones in storage: an old but trusty VitaMix I bought at a yard sale, Cuisanarts, MagicBullets etc
Last edited by Betorq; 09-30-2012 at 07:59 PM.
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