I may or may not have a freezer full of mangos, just saying.
Promising review: "Not since the microwave has a kitchen appliance been such a life changer. I bought my first Nutribullet two years ago, and found it to be ALL THAT and a bag of kale. I started by playing around with the recipes in the book, them I just started making my own concoctions based on fruits and veggies in season. I add crushed ice, and chia seeds or almonds, and have a delicious smoothie every day for breakfast and it keeps me going till lunch. The Nutribullet does a great job pureeing tough, fibrous foods, such as carrots. I also use it to puree the tough ends of asparagus for delicious soups. The Nutribullet is that it will enhance your ability to preserve produce in season, which I get from a relative's garden or the farmer's market. I puree the produce and freeze it in mini-muffin pans. Then I just pop out the 'muffins' when frozen and keep them in bags until ready to use in smoothie making. I've turned several people on to this tough little blender. Healthier lifestyles are definitely easier to maintain if you have the right tools. This one is a winner!" —Teresa
Get them from Amazon: the Nutribullet for $59.99 (includes power base, one tall cup, two short cups, one flat blade and one emulsifying blade, two re-sealable lids, pocket nutritionist, and manual with recipes), and a 24-cup non-stick mini muffin pan for $11.99