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The Vitamix Dry Blade Container is designed to process dry grains into fresh flours. This product is well-reviewed on Amazon earning 4.7 out of 5 stars based on over 200 Amazon customer reviews. -qwikwit

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QVC [qvc.com] has the Vitamix 32oz. Dry Blade Blending Container with Recipe Book on sale for $50.00 with Free Shipping.
  • Includes 32-oz blending container and whole grains cookbook
  • Grinds grains, beans, or rice; kneads dough
  • Easy-off lid
  • Limit one per customer
  • Measures approximately 10"H x 5-1/2"Diam
  • 3-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
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The design of the blades in the wet containers suck things down while blending. The dry container blades push contents up. You can do grains in a wet container, just not as well.

This post explains it better:

https://blenderladyblog.com/583/vitamix-containers-explained/
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Thanks OP! I had been waiting for this deal to come around again.
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Why can't I just use the blender my Vitamix came with to grind grains, beans, etc.?
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I have purchased Vitamix Ascent Series A2500 recently. I am not sure if this is compatible with the Ascent series or not. Any inputs?
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Don't forget to use FIVE4U for $5 off your first purchase.
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I have purchased Vitamix Ascent Series A2500 recently. I am not sure if this is compatible with the Ascent series or not. Any inputs?
It's not compatible. None of the old containers will work on the Ascent series. There's currently no dry grains container for the Ascent series.
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Why can't I just use the blender my Vitamix came with to grind grains, beans, etc.?
The design of the blades in the wet containers suck things down while blending. The dry container blades push contents up. You can do grains in a wet container, just not as well.

This post explains it better:

https://blenderladyblog.com/583/vitamix-containers-explained/
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Why can't I just use the blender my Vitamix came with to grind grains, beans, etc.?
You can but they both serve different purposes. The dry container has an entirely different blade specifically for grinding grains into flour. Also the blade design supposedly won't get anything stuck underneath when grinding up oily grains. Which explains why the design of the blades are pointing up rather than the stock blender's lower blades.

I personally wouldn't buy it because the amount of times I'd actually use this is maybe 5 times in a year. \
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Does it fit to 5300? Recent Costco model? Amazon reviews says that "All vitamix jar fits All vitamix blenders" but I couldn't confirm it so far ...
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Can someone tell me what the difference is between this dry container and a good quality food processor? Can they do the same things? Thanks!
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The design of the blades in the wet containers suck things down while blending. The dry container blades push contents up. You can do grains in a wet container, just not as well.

This post explains it better:

https://blenderladyblog.com/583/v...explained/
read this link but still don't fully understand to be honest. is there a website we can put in models and see if parts will fit perhaps?

I have a vitamix 5200 with only the default container
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thanks op! need this to make some rice powder for rice cake!
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