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When you’re looking to wind down and relax, Super Kush is there to lend a hand. Daughter of Northern Lights #5 and Hindu Kush, Super Kush is a very clear-headed indica. This strain is best for users who would like to ease stress without being stuck on the couch. An all-around easy strain for beginning cannabis users, Super Kush is both mild in effects and easy to grow. This strain grows best indoors and typically has an early flowering time of 7-8 weeks.

When you’re looking to wind down and relax, Super Kush is there to lend a hand. Daughter of Northern Lights #5 and Hindu Kush, Super Kush is a very clear-headed indica. This strain is best for users who would like to ease stress without being stuck on the couch. An all-around easy strain for beginning cannabis users, Super Kush is both mild in effects and easy to grow. This strain grows best indoors and typically has an early flowering time of 7-8 weeks.

Cyber cake seeds

Brands known for producing highly-rated hand blenders include Bosch, Braun, Dualit, Kenwood, KitchenAid, and Russell Hobbs, although there are also some less-well-known brands on Amazon with excellent reviews. However, the crème de la crème is arguably Bamix, which is Swiss-engineered. Bamix is the top end so expect to pay up to £199 for the Bamix SwissLine Hand Blender at John Lewis.

One of the best Ninja Blenders is the Ninja HB150UK. You can buy the Ninja HB150UK blender and soup maker from Amazon for £149. However, keep an eye out for those Cyber Monday deals that could mean you can get even cheaper.

If you’re looking to buy a blender this Cyber Monday, here are some of the best deals and discounts currently on including over £200 off Sage Super Q blender at Amazon and £120 off this popular blender at The Range.

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NutriBullet NBLP9 900W Blender, 900W – £89.99 £67.99 (SAVE £22) | Amazon
This NutriBullet 900W blender takes the original blender to a whole new level. It includes two cup sizes and a stay-fresh lid, ideal for on the go. It’s 50% more powerful than previous models making it extra speedy when blending.

Which is the best Black Friday / Cyber Monday hand blender for 2021?

Sage SBL920BSS the Super Q £599.95 £399 (SAVE £200.95) | Amazon
This brushed stainless steel blender comes with a 2400 watt motor and 12 speed settings so it’s powerful enough to blend natural nut butters, nut & bean milks, fresh cocktails, fine milled flour, creamy dips, rich sauces, zesty dressings and freshly ground spices.

Blenders of this quality aren’t cheap. Most Vitamix blenders cost upwards of £300. The popular Vitamix® E310 Explorian Blender retails for £340. Whereas the top of the range Vitamix A3500i Ascent Series Blender is a whopping £1,075.

Cookworks 2 Piece Personal Blender – £17.99 £13.99 (SAVE £4) | Argos
Save 20% off this 2-piece personal blender. Ideal for smoothies on the go, this blender has a 0.55 liter capacity with a double-action blade. It also includes a free BPA bottle.

Best value blenders for Black Friday / Cyber Monday 2021

Ninja 3-in-1 Food Processor with Auto-IQ BN800UK – £199.99 £129.99 (SAVE £70) – Argos
Create anything from dips to drinks, doughs to desserts with this 3-in-1 food processor, multi-serve blender, and personal blender.

Tefal HB643140 Optichef Quartzite Hand Blender – £44.95 £37.50 (SAVE £7.45) | Amazon
A popular hand blender voted 4.5 stars by over 1,000 Amazon customers. This hand blender includes an anti-splash guard, powerful 800W motor, and 20 different speeds.

Cyber cake seeds

This dessert is sugar free, chocolatey and delicious. Mix 3 tbsp chia seeds and 2 tbsp cacao or unsweetened cocoa powder with a tin of coconut milk. Pour into individual glasses or bowls and leave to set for a couple of hours. Once set, you could top with a dusting of desiccated coconut or fruit – but it is just as good without! Ursula Watson, teacher, Wirral

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This is a really hearty meal for a cold day. Roast a dish full of diced winter vegetables – butternut squash, carrots, sweet potatoes and celeriac work well – at 180C for about half an hour. Meanwhile, chop a large onion, 3 sticks of celery and 2 cloves of garlic. Cook over a low heat until the onion is translucent, then mix in 1 tbsp oregano, 2 tsp smoked paprika and ½ tsp chilli. Add 2 tbsp tomato puree, then stir in the roasted vegetables. Stir well, then add a tin of kidney beans and 2 tins peeled plum tomatoes. Stir again, bring to the boil, then simmer for 20 min. Serve with rice or bulgur wheat and leafy green vegetables. Catriona Tate, scientist, Stockport

This is such a simple dish – all you need is black beans, tomatoes, onions, garlic and a heap of paprika and cumin, plus the secret ingredient– a little balsamic vinegar, to make it gorgeously sweet and sour. Heat all the ingredients in a pan and leave to simmer. It’s hearty enough to please even the most voracious meat eater and a heavenly comfort food when served in a huge bowl with a mound of fluffy rice. Claire Coates, teacher, Ashby

I don’t follow a particular recipe to make this. I had an excess of pears that were small, green and hard, but they needed to be eaten. I peeled and sliced them, discarding the core, then laid them in a dish. I sprinkled over some soft brown sugar and a teaspoon of cinnamon. I always use the following recipes for crumble: 175g plain flour, 110g sugar (usually soft brown, but whatever you’ve got) and 110g vegan “butter”. Combine to make a breadcrumb consistency and sprinkle on top of the pears. Press it down a bit, then sprinkle with 1-2 tbsp rolled oats. Cook in the oven at 180 for 35-40 min. Serve with vegan ice-cream, custard or cream. It’s not an adventurous or sophisticated recipe, but it is lovely to eat. Andrew Thackeray, ESOL lecturer, Wiltshire

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Fish-free … ‘smoked salmon’ on sourdough. Photograph: lavizzara/Getty Images/iStockphoto

What, no sugar? Chocolate chia mousse. Photograph: Panther Media/Alamy

As a family, we do a regular vegan pizza night. Not for us the rubbery vegan cheese or tasteless ready-made sauces: we make our own delicious tomato sauce with smoked chipotle chilli flakes. We love to use toppings such as roast aubergine, sweet potato, homemade vegan pesto, homemade black olive and walnut tapenade and home-marinated tofu with liquid smoke, plus some regulars such as capers and olives. Delicious – and there’s always enough for lunch the next day. Mike, builder, Co Leitrim, Ireland

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Make a simple veggie soup with onions, garlic, carrots and potatoes. Then, whiz it in a food processor with coconut milk, nutritional yeast, lemon juice, miso, mustard and whatever spices and herbs you fancy. Then, return to the saucepan and cook broccoli florets in the soup. (If you use purple carrots instead, it looks like chocolate custard – and not very appetising at all – but it tastes delicious.) For dessert, I like chocolate pudding made with avocado, ripe banana, frozen berries, cacao powder and a little plant milk, all whizzed together. Add coconut sugar or maple syrup if it’s not sweet enough and serve with homemade granola. Anonymous, retired, Lake District

Dreamy dessert . pear crumble, here with added walnuts and mint. Photograph: SMarina/Getty Images/iStockphoto