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Heather A.
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I wake up for work at 3 a.m. If i were to make my blasts at night, would they still be okay to drink the followng day at 7 a.m. and 1 p.m.??

From our FAQ page! http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/ 15. Can I make NutriBlasts ahead of time? We recommend making your NutriBlast right before you plan on consuming it. Heat, light, and air degrade nutrients and enzymes so the longer they are exposed, the less nutritious your NutriBlast might be. If you must make them in advance, don’t prepare more than one day’s worth in advance. Some options: You can prep your ingredients in the cup, top it with the stay-fresh lid (not the blade assembly). Then when you are ready to drink it, simply twist on the Extractor Blade and blast it right before you’d like to enjoy. Or you could blast and freeze them for future use (NutriBlasts keep for about a week depending on ingredients). When storing, keep in the refrigerator in a dark container and filled as close to the top as possible to minimize exposure to these elements. When freezing your NutriBlast, do not store it in the NutriBullet cup. Your NutriBlast should be transferred from the cup to an to appropriate freezer-safe container prior to freezing.
hi krista haynes,im a new user of this great item, i just want to know exactly if i can prepare the ingredients for the next day shacke and put it in the refrigerator in the same extractor cup,si all i have to do is the next morning blast it and go to work, thank you and have a great evening : )
DAMIANR63 wrote: hi krista haynes,im a new user of this great item, i just want to know exactly if i can prepare the ingredients for the next day shacke and put it in the refrigerator in the same extractor cup,si all i have to do is the next morning blast it and go to work, thank you and have a great evening : )
That's a great option and actually one we recommend to this Q on our FAQ page here! http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/ (#15)
The literature talks about the nutrients stored in stems and seeds and peels however all your pictures show fruit and vegetables that appear very clean. Do I keep on skin, orange peel, grapes stems, etc?
Laffqueen wrote: The literature talks about the nutrients stored in stems and seeds and peels however all your pictures show fruit and vegetables that appear very clean. Do I keep on skin, orange peel, grapes stems, etc?
This should help! http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/peelingde-seeding/
Hi I am "newborn" new to the web site and I just had a quick question about fruit. I didn't see grapefruit listed anywhere in the information or recipes. Is there a reason? This is my favorite fruit.
brettyboo wrote: Hi I am "newborn" new to the web site and I just had a quick question about fruit. I didn't see grapefruit listed anywhere in the information or recipes. Is there a reason? This is my favorite fruit.
If you click on the recipes tab, type in grapefruit into the ingredient search bar, you will find recipes that use grapefruits.
heatherayala wrote:

I wake up for work at 3 a.m. If i were to make my blasts at night, would they still be okay to drink the followng day at 7 a.m. and 1 p.m.??

I have placed nutriblast in the fridge for at least 8-10 hours and it was still fine. It was nice and cold and didn't loose its flavor. Make sure you shake it up well. Depending on what ingrediants you use, you may have separation and shaking it will combine them again. I would not recommend it sitting out at room temperature for long periods of time. Hope this helps!
nserene215 wrote: [quote=heatherayala]

I wake up for work at 3 a.m. If i were to make my blasts at night, would they still be okay to drink the followng day at 7 a.m. and 1 p.m.??

I have placed nutriblast in the fridge for at least 8-10 hours and it was still fine. It was nice and cold and didn't loose its flavor. Make sure you shake it up well. Depending on what ingrediants you use, you may have separation and shaking it will combine them again. I would not recommend it sitting out at room temperature for long periods of time. Hope this helps![/quote] Here is a video you can check out on that topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xlFM7CT3Po&list=UUMgVCjF3vO3AmtrbdF1tHaA