I have a regular vegetable/bitter greens soup I make and a few times I've tried pureeing the cooked soup with an old hand blender I have. I'm thinking of buying a food processor and one factor that would make it worthwhile would be if it made my soup-making easier.
I'm mostly interested in making the whole process as time-efficient as possible, so wondering how good my results would be if I pureed the vegetables (Zuchinni, Collards, Carrots, Celery, Mushrooms) prior to cooking.
(I'm imagining this is the quickest way to make the meal, as I have to chop the veges anyway, and this way I don't have to buy (and use as a separate step) an immersion blender. Also, pouring the hot, cooked soup into the blender sounds cumbersome and messy.)
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