1-Layering ingredients is crucial: Liquids first, then soft/light/small items, then hard/heavy/large items, especially frozen ingredients.
2-A little water in the bottom often helps: If the recipe permits, water or watery liquid like broth, lifts many ingredients off the blades so they have a more-equal chance of being caught and blended. In other words, it avoids clogging and loosening the blades.
3-Use the tamper: When the machine is empty, attach the lid and remove center cap. Drop tamper through the hole. You'll see that the rim of the lid and the collar of the tamper will always keep it from hitting the blades. For efficiency in many recipes, you want all ingredients to be moving or "dancing" before you hit the high-speed button / program.
I look forward to hearing about how you go :)
If you get stuck on any specific recipe just let me know and we can give you some more tips!
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