Our first trial was seeing the SoyaJoy accept 8 cups of diced, peeled sweet potatoes. The water level was according to manufacturer’s recommendation, set on the porridge setting. After 25 minutes, the result was a smooth, beautifully thick sweet potato base for a soup, frititta, custard, or pie.
There are other well-known appliances that can also blend and cook and then so much more. For example, the Thermomix, Bellini Kitchen Master, HotmixPRO Gastro, and Kenwood Cooking Chef are all priced around the thousand dollar mark! There is the KitchenAid Precise Heat Mixing Bowl which would work especially well for someone who already has a KitchenAid stand mixer. Although the price of it is over twice the amount of the SoyaJoy, it still might be a great choice for someone who would like to blend and cook without the fear of burning! I’ve included the Amazon link for the SoyaJoy G4 here for your interest.