How to build a personal blender in three steps

In this article we will show you how to build your own personal blender.

We will also demonstrate how to use it to produce your own delicious homemade soups and salads.

We start with a simple and inexpensive personal blender and show you a few tips and tricks to make your own batch of homemade soupy goodness.

You will be amazed by how easy it is to make soups that taste just like real food.

After you make a batch of soups, you can enjoy them and eat them too!

You can make these soups with a variety of ingredients, from fresh vegetables to herbs and spices, and they are delicious as appetizers and as a snack.

Plus, with a little practice you will be able to use your blender to make all sorts of delicious homemade salads and soups.

To build a blender, you will need: a small bowl with a plastic lid (you will need to use one with a metal bowl lid), a glass bowl or container with a lid, a bowl of water, a small amount of baking soda and a metal spatula, a plastic spindle, a pot of water to boil the ingredients in, a large pot or pot with a heavy bottom, and a large glass container (you can use a coffee pot, but the pot will have to be big enough to fit the bowl of boiling water).

Step 1: Make a small ceramic bowl.

Make a ceramic bowl and set it aside.

Make sure you do not fill it too full or too small.

(Don’t worry if the bowl is too small.)

Step 2: Fill your bowl with water.

You need to fill your bowl about two-thirds full.

Step 3: Place your spatula and your metal spatulas on the bottom of the bowl.

The spatulas will make a small hole in the bottom.

Step 4: Using your spatulas, scoop out about half the contents of the small ceramic pot.

Place them in the bowl and close the lid.

The bowl should now look like this: Now place the spatulas back in the pot and open the lid again.

Step 5: Add your remaining ingredients to the pot.

Step 6: Add the water to the bowl, and stir to combine.

Step 7: Bring the pot to a boil.

It should still be a bit warm, but not boiling hot.

Step 8: You will need about an hour to boil this soup.

When the water is ready, pour the soup into the bowl with the spatula.

It will still be warm and bubbly.

Step 9: Add more hot water to make it more bubbly and bubbled.

Step 10: Put the bowl back in your fridge to cool.

Step 11: Serve the soup with fresh vegetables or herbs.

This soup will make your stomach turn, so you should add fresh vegetables and herbs to it.

Step 12: You can add more water to taste.

We recommend adding a tablespoon of olive oil to the soup to help with the watery flavor.

Step 13: Serve it with a side salad or as a dessert.

It’s so tasty that you will not even notice the soup is gone!