Does anyone own a blender that can do this? I'm think of a Waring Classic Pro but I don't know if it's capable of this.
I would prefer it if you only recommend blenders you're sure can do this.
I want to be able to toss some veg, including potatoes, into the blender, then pop the resulting pulp into my slow cooker with some meat and some bone broth, leave it overnight, and put the result in my heat-retaining thermos flask to eat at lunch. The reason I want pulped potatoes in my slow cooker is that it means I don't have to add as much water as I would do if the potatoes were merely chopped. This means the resulting broth will be thicker, tastier and more filling. I realise I can always remove any excess liquid and store it as stock, but this is a hassle I'd ather avoid. I'd rather just not have any excess water in the first place.
I'm just trying to devise a way to make a paleo lunch that I can take every day to work. It needs to be as convenient as possible, which is why I want to avoid cooking and chopping the potatoes before liquidising them. That would add another stage to the cooking process which, repeated every day, would be a significant burden.