Nutribullet vs. Magicbullet

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Robert W.
Joined: 10/09/2013

 

I’d like a little guidance with Nutribullet vs. Magicbullet recipes. Mgicbullet includes many recipes such as chicken salad, bean dip, cheesecake, chocolate mouse, alfredo sauce, etc. that are not drinks. I specifically chose the Nutribullet because I believe it is actually a more powerful version of the Magicbullet, therefore I assume I could make all those same recipes…yes? Good as they are, why are all the Nutribullet recipes only limited to drinks?

Bob

Here's our FAQ that can help explain the difference. The NutriBullet is a different product and is more powerful w/ a different blade design which is conducive to liquifying foods. You can do some of the same recipes like hummus using the "pulsing method" on the NutriBullet, but you most likely will get a more liquified final product...the NB also requires a liquid while the MB does not. http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/
Very disappointing that the NB is so limiting!
Another question: Is the Magicbullet blade compatible with the Nutribullet base?
bubber wrote: Another question: Is the Magicbullet blade compatible with the Nutribullet base?
Nope, I'm afraid it is not. If you're a smoothie lover, the possibilities with the NutriBullet are endless, not limited :) Also, think about pureed soups (just Blast then heat), baby food, salad dressings, and desserts (frozen banana with some raw cacao, a small amount of almond milk, and a touch of cinnamon is my favorite!)...
Uh oh! I read pros n cons ofUh oh! I read pros n cons of Nutribullet vs. Magicbullet and purchased the 'stronger' motor aka Nutribullet today. I thought that both machines did the same things with the Nutribullet having a much more powerful motor plus able to do more things with it... certainly not less than the Magicbullet. Was I wrong?! I'm not seeing anything about being able to chop, which I really wanted as I have severe carpel tunnel. Please advise, thanks!
StarDustz wrote: Uh oh! I read pros n cons of Nutribullet vs. Magicbullet and purchased the 'stronger' motor aka Nutribullet today. I thought that both machines did the same things with the Nutribullet having a much more powerful motor plus able to do more things with it... certainly not less than the Magicbullet. Was I wrong?! I'm not seeing anything about being able to chop, which I really wanted as I have severe carpel tunnel. Please advise, thanks!
chopping is usually better handled with a Magic Bullet. We explain the differences here: FAQ #1 http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/