What can you and what you cant do with the nutribullet

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paul w.
Joined: 12/09/2012

do you have to peel your orange or just put it in when making a drink .Also after removing seed from avocado can you add with skin on

                          Paul

Paul, here is a great chart that will help you prep almost any ingredient you wish to add to your NutriBlast! http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/peelingde-seeding/ The orange peel is edible, but is a bit overpowering so we suggest you peel it. I'd skip the avocado pit and skin. Check out the prep chart and download a copy for future reference!
Thanks Krista you have been very helpful
My pleasure Paul; happy to help!
I read you can leave the skin on a kiwi. I cut it into small pieces and it blasts away. They said the skin has alot of nutrients.
I love this resource provided by NutriBullet!
I was also told don't run the Nutribullet for long. It heats the motor and kills the enzymes and nutrients. --- there's a topic i made regarding how long is the optimal extraction to keep the nutrients and enzymes. Hoping the RDs will answer?
Hi, I read that you shouldn'tHi, I read that you shouldn't run the NB more than a minute at a time. The motor will automatically turn off if it gets to hot. Hope this helps. Good Luck! Fred
What about ice? I know this isn't a blender but I haven't read anywhere if you can or can't put ice in the Nutribullet. I think I saw a recipe on here that called for one, but the blades just don't seem sharp enough.
The chart says to extract cacao BEANS (and also nibs) as is... I've been taking the bean out of the shell and it's been kind of annoying. This is good news!
Very helpful thanks Krista!
Yes, the NutriBullet can handle ice!
how much of a avocado do u use? is it good to use when u are trying to loose weight? Do u know the calaries on those.? Thanks Oh. how about useing 1T. ground flax seed or chia seeds with Avacdo.Is that to much good fats and cals?
kind wrote: how much of a avocado do u use? is it good to use when u are trying to loose weight? Do u know the calaries on those.? Thanks Oh. how about useing 1T. ground flax seed or chia seeds with Avacdo.Is that to much good fats and cals?
1/4 of an avocado has about 80 calories so a whole avocado weighs in at 320. You are correct in that these are healthy fats and everyone (even those looking to lose weight) need fat in their diet so choosing avocado, nuts, seeds, etc. are the way to go! In a Blast, I'd add anywhere from 1/8 to 1/4 avocado for that creamy texture and healthy dose of fat. 1 T ground flax = 37 cal, 3g fat 1 T chia seeds = 70 cal, 4.5g fat For weight loss, you will need a caloric deficit (burn more than you consume) so limiting the total calories in your day is the goal. These are fine to include in your NutriBlast together, but I'd recommend choosing one of the seeds (flax or chia) and the avocado instead of all three just to keep those calories in check. Or having all three, but reducing the amount of each. However, if your total daily calories and fat are on the lower end and you need a bit more, these are great additions that are also loaded with nutrition!
Hi, How long before the vitamins and nutrients vanish from a nutriblast. I know vitamin C rapidly disapears. So my question is how long in advance can we prepare a nutriblast and conserve its full power?
Manon wrote: Hi, How long before the vitamins and nutrients vanish from a nutriblast. I know vitamin C rapidly disapears. So my question is how long in advance can we prepare a nutriblast and conserve its full power?
Once Blasted, nutrients will slowly start to degrade. However, you can prolong the life of your Blast if you are sure to protect it from heat, light, and air. Seal it, keep it in the dark fridge and drink it as soon as you can. I like to consume mine within 6-10 hours, but you can keep it for longer. It will still be much healthier than a fast food meal :) Another option, load your cup with the ingredients and then Blast right before you consume.
How about turning certain veggies and fruits into a thick liquid then freeze into cubes and use as desired? Will nutrients be lost? Don
d2363982 wrote: How about turning certain veggies and fruits into a thick liquid then freeze into cubes and use as desired? Will nutrients be lost? Don
Freezing actually helps retain nutrients so that is a great idea!
On the topic of flax seeds, before I got my Nutribullet I would try to eat 2 tbsp of ground flax every day. I found it is a great way to stay regular and to add healhy fats as I'm not a big fish eater. I would either mix it in with my oatmeal or just swallow with a glass of water. Any more and I found it hard to eat. When I got the Nutribullet I followed the advice of using flax as a boost. As I was already used to taking 2 tbsp a day, I upped it to 1/4 cup a day. I love that I can grind it right in the blast, keeping it fresher than the bought ground flax, and I don't taste it as I did in my oatmeal. But I'm just wondering if 1/4 cup a day is too much? I know it's high in (good) fats so is it too much of a good thing?. I never use another boost along with the flax but choose another boost for my second blast to vary them.
All recipes read put a cup of this, a half cup of that, etc etc Logically all this good food does'nt all fit in the container. Do you push and force all of it down to the max line? Since I have started, I never was able to include a recipe under max line, it fulls right to the top
My bestfriend has bone cancer. She has been doing lots of water retention because here protein level is too low. What would be a great ingredient to increase here protein level?
Carebear9577, It's not theCarebear9577, It's not the sharpness of the blades that make the nutribullet able to do what it does, it is the size/intensity of the motor. It can handle ice!
Manon wrote: My bestfriend has bone cancer. She has been doing lots of water retention because here protein level is too low. What would be a great ingredient to increase here protein level?
A few good vegetarian protein sources that can be added to a NutriBlast include: Cooked beans/legumes – garbanzo, cannellini, black, kidney, lentils, peas, peanuts (yes these are actually legumes, not nuts) Nuts – walnuts, pecans, Brazil nuts, pistachios, cashews Nut butter – almond, cashew, walnut, pecan, peanut Organic soy – soymilk, tofu, edamame Seeds – pumpkin, sesame, chia, flax, hemp, sunflower Veggies! There are also protein powders that will help boost protein. Check out this article here. http://www.nutriliving.com/blog/which-protein-powder-best-you
Ceciliak wrote: On the topic of flax seeds, before I got my Nutribullet I would try to eat 2 tbsp of ground flax every day. I found it is a great way to stay regular and to add healhy fats as I'm not a big fish eater. I would either mix it in with my oatmeal or just swallow with a glass of water. Any more and I found it hard to eat. When I got the Nutribullet I followed the advice of using flax as a boost. As I was already used to taking 2 tbsp a day, I upped it to 1/4 cup a day. I love that I can grind it right in the blast, keeping it fresher than the bought ground flax, and I don't taste it as I did in my oatmeal. But I'm just wondering if 1/4 cup a day is too much? I know it's high in (good) fats so is it too much of a good thing?. I never use another boost along with the flax but choose another boost for my second blast to vary them.
Too much can only be determined by you. However, I will tell you that 1/4 cup of flaxseeds contains about 224 calories which is an awful lot to use on one boost. In addition, flax seeds contain phytoestrogens (plant-based estrogens) that I personally would consume in moderation. Maybe reduce the amount of flax you use and add a different boost too...or rotate boosts each week to give your body various nutrients. Maybe chia seeds, almonds, chlorella powder, cacao, goji berries, or some fresh mint leaves would be a nice change!
It seems most recipes in the manual we have to cut in half to fit them in the cup not going over the max line as warned over and over in the instructions. Are we doing it wrong?
midlifegoal wrote: It seems most recipes in the manual we have to cut in half to fit them in the cup not going over the max line as warned over and over in the instructions. Are we doing it wrong?
No you are not. We are more aware of the measurements for newer recipes. In addition, sizes of produce varies so one apple may be larger for one person vs. another. If it does not fit, you can either Blast half and then the other half or just use the recipe as a guide for proportions and reduce the quantity so it fits.
I'll cut fruit in half to make it fit, but the only problem is that when I would like to use the other half the next day it turned brown. Is this a problem? Am I losing nutrients?
pbadam1512 wrote: I'll cut fruit in half to make it fit, but the only problem is that when I would like to use the other half the next day it turned brown. Is this a problem? Am I losing nutrients?
The browning is a sign of oxidation. Oxidation of food causes loss of nutritional value and changes in chemical composition. Oxidation of fats and oils leads to rancidity and, in fruits such as apples, it can result in the formation of compounds which discolor the fruit. Air-tight packaging, vacuum packing, adding antioxidants (like vitamin C in the form of citrus - think lemon, see link below) and refrigeration can all be used to delay the oxidation process. Often times you can cut off the brown part and use the fresh fruit underneath. If stored it in an air tight container in the fridge, then you can delay these oxidative processes. http://www.understandingfoodadditives.org/pages/Ch2p8-2.htm
Can you use frozen fruit in it as fresh can be a little expensive? Thanks
Can you use frozen fruit in it as fresh can be a little expensive? Thanks
tammysp1964 wrote: Can you use frozen fruit in it as fresh can be a little expensive? Thanks
Yes you can! Have you read Wally's article about fresh vs. frozen? If not, check it out. http://www.nutriliving.com/blog/fresh-or-frozen-whats-healthier
Can you put raw carrots in the nutribullet?
imnslp wrote: Can you put raw carrots in the nutribullet?
Absolutely! Sometimes I like to cut them into smaller chunks and leave the machine on an extra 10-15 seconds to make sure everything is pulverized.
paultek6 wrote:

do you have to peel your orange or just put it in when making a drink .Also after removing seed from avocado can you add with skin on

                          Paul

Check out this link for fruit and vegetable prep for the blasting: http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/peelingde-seeding/
Is there a keyword search capability in the forum? I don't want to ask a question already asked & answered, but there's a lot of information here. If not, can I ask this? Does freezing a prepared Nutriblast destroy the nutrients? I would like to make popsicles and ice cubes of blasted foods..... Thanks so much.... Jane
Redmonte wrote: Is there a keyword search capability in the forum? I don't want to ask a question already asked & answered, but there's a lot of information here. If not, can I ask this? Does freezing a prepared Nutriblast destroy the nutrients? I would like to make popsicles and ice cubes of blasted foods..... Thanks so much.... Jane
Hello Jane! If you use the search field on the home page, then the whole site is searched (recipes, articles, healing foods, and forums)! This one can be found on our FAQ page on our blog here: http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/ (number 12). 12. Can I freeze a NutriBlast and, if so, for how long will it keep and still retain its nutrients and enzymes? You can freeze a NutriBlast and thaw it the night before. Enzymes hold up pretty well in the cold freezer (just not in the heat), so freezing is an option. Depending on the ingredients in your NutriBlast, it may keep in the freezer for a few weeks if sealed in an airtight container. 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, I just read about a nutriblast that needs tamarind in it, but I can't find it in the prep chart. Could you please tell me how to prepare the tamarind for the blast?
Roberto2013 wrote: Hi, I just read about a nutriblast that needs tamarind in it, but I can't find it in the prep chart. Could you please tell me how to prepare the tamarind for the blast?
Great Question! I found this video on YouTube. I'd peel it like this woman and remove the pit. http://youtu.be/g76lRUgR92A and here's a great photo http://lunchinabox.net/2008/04/22/how-to-eat-whole-tamarind/ Let us know how you like it :)
On answer to freezing blast - Why can't we use the cup that has a ready made top to it please?
Tywanda wrote: On answer to freezing blast - Why can't we use the cup that has a ready made top to it please?
Freezing in the container can cause damage to the Tritan cup (generally cracking). Additionally, we do not recommend storing NutriBlasts in the cup with the blade on. Use the airtight lids when storing in the fridge.
I really like the fruit and I liked the blast, but it was hard to remove the pit. If you squeeze it, the pulp gets stuck to your fingers and is really hard to add it to the cup... The blast I made asks for 1 tsp, so I decided to use only one tamarind. I felt like most of the tamarind was in my hands (it's very sticky) so for the last couple of pits I used a knife. I made a hole in one side with the tip of the knife and pushed the pit lightly, it worked pretty good, I'm going to have to try it again to get the hang of it, but overall it was a good experience, I would defenetly recommend it!
Roberto2013 wrote: I really like the fruit and I liked the blast, but it was hard to remove the pit. If you squeeze it, the pulp gets stuck to your fingers and is really hard to add it to the cup... The blast I made asks for 1 tsp, so I decided to use only one tamarind. I felt like most of the tamarind was in my hands (it's very sticky) so for the last couple of pits I used a knife. I made a hole in one side with the tip of the knife and pushed the pit lightly, it worked pretty good, I'm going to have to try it again to get the hang of it, but overall it was a good experience, I would defenetly recommend it!
That's great feedback! I know I'm usually intimidated by new produce I have not used or tried before. I'm glad you didn't let that stop you. I'll pick up some tamarind when I see it at the store next time. Thanks :)
Your welcome! Now you let us know how you like it :-P
Since I have had my nutribullet. I have yet to be able to make a juice. It always comes out like pulp. I have tried less fruits and more water .It has never made anything such as advertised.Almost like using blender or anybody elses juicer. So whats the trick
paultek6 wrote: Since I have had my nutribullet. I have yet to be able to make a juice. It always comes out like pulp. I have tried less fruits and more water .It has never made anything such as advertised.Almost like using blender or anybody elses juicer. So whats the trick
What ingredients are you using? Try something that lends a smooth texture like banana, avocado, or cashews with some almond milk. Certain fruits and veggies lend a grainier texture. Also be sure you are running it long enough. About 30-50 seconds should do the trick, but if you need more than 60, allow it to rest for 30 seconds before going another round. Maybe add some ice for a thicker chilled NutriBlast.
On this forum and on facebook nobody has given me the answer I want . I keep asking how to make a thin drink such as shown on the infomercial .The one were they compare a blender mix and they pour it thru a collander to show the amount of pulp in it .Then they do the nutribullet and pour it thru another collander and it runs right thru as a juice with no pulp left behind . Why does everybody respond with answers of ways to thicken it.
paultek6 wrote: On this forum and on facebook nobody has given me the answer I want . I keep asking how to make a thin drink such as shown on the infomercial .The one were they compare a blender mix and they pour it thru a collander to show the amount of pulp in it .Then they do the nutribullet and pour it thru another collander and it runs right thru as a juice with no pulp left behind . Why does everybody respond with answers of ways to thicken it.
Since the NutriBullet is not a juicer, you will not be able to remove the fibrous pulp completely without straining it. The infomercial is showing that the blade is designed to pulverize the ingredients so that they are smooth enough to flow through a colander. If you are looking for a thin NutriBlast, then I'd suggest using more fruits and veggies that are higher in percentage water like melons, cucumber, spinach or Romaine lettuce, celery, grapefruit and other citrus fruits, and water or coconut water. Like I said in my previous post, make sure you run the until long enough and don't pack it too tight so there's room for the ingredients to circulate and hit the blade! I think the way your original Q was worded sounded like you were looking for a smoother texture (that you were getting graining outcomes) and usually the ingredients that make a NutriBlast smooth are also ones that thicken it. Hope that helps this time :)
Hi, I am new and have not yetHi, I am new and have not yet received my NutriBullet yet and looking for any day now but I have used all sort of juicers, blenders etc. I understand what you were asking. In the infomercial a blender was used which does not have the power of a vitamix(different piece of equipment but similar.) A blender really is for smoothies and shakes. Most important just remember not to put more produce into your container than is necessary to provide you with a good mixture of ingredients and still make a drink for health purposes. You can make a drink as many times a day as you like or need. Actually when breaking down the life giving properties within produce, they should be consumed immediately and not saved because they begin to loose their value or decompose once they have been released. Don't forget to let your equipment run long enough to break your ingredients down. Hope this helps,
you have to run it longer with enough liquid. like when doing carrots.. if you just do a fast zip you will have a very thick pulp, but if you add more water and run longer it will thin and smooth out.. greens run your greens first with your liquid than add the fruits and veg in and add water as needed and run longer. you have to realize this is not a blender.. this is a nutribullet.. you have to blast it ling enough to get the consistency you want. depending on what you are making.. if your making guac you can pulse.. if your making pico you can pulse, but if your doing fiberous you have to blast it for a bit.. hope that helps.
paultek6 wrote:

do you have to peel your orange or just put it in when making a drink .Also after removing seed from avocado can you add with skin on

                          Paul

Check out this article for prep tips: http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/peelingde-seeding/
I read on line that the peel and pith of the lemon are good for you. I boil water with a bit of vinegar in it...to soak off the wax and other stuff on the peel, slice them chunks and freeze...I just toss a piece in with my blasts, I like the lemon flavour, especially with my greens. I love the idea of blasting my greens and freezing. I like to do as much prep prior to as possible. I don't let bananas sit around and get ripe I throw them in a baggie in the freezer, as I do most of my fruit. That way I just reach in the freezer in the morning and pull out all my goodie bags and blast away. And..since I started making these for breakfast, both my husband and I feel so much better. We are 67 and 73..he is the old one...and we walk every day working on a healthy old age...and this is certainly helping us. He even drinks the GREEN ones..
Hello, My 15yr son is a type 1 diabetic and recently is having a lot of problem with going low. He treats but it takes forever to get him to a safe number and will even sometimes come up only to go back down again. I just bought the nutribullet last night. I have seen some of the fruits and veggies that will help bring down high blood sugars but what are some that would not only bring up but maintain safe levels. He woke up at 46 and it took almost 1hr & 45 mins to get him to a safe number. And because we are treating with a lot of jucies, honey and fruits to get him up quickly he will then go to the other end of the gamut and his number will be really high. We are trying to regulate his carb coverage for his insulin, but we need help! Any suggestions at all??????
christinamcarter wrote: Hello, My 15yr son is a type 1 diabetic and recently is having a lot of problem with going low. He treats but it takes forever to get him to a safe number and will even sometimes come up only to go back down again. I just bought the nutribullet last night. I have seen some of the fruits and veggies that will help bring down high blood sugars but what are some that would not only bring up but maintain safe levels. He woke up at 46 and it took almost 1hr & 45 mins to get him to a safe number. And because we are treating with a lot of jucies, honey and fruits to get him up quickly he will then go to the other end of the gamut and his number will be really high. We are trying to regulate his carb coverage for his insulin, but we need help! Any suggestions at all??????
Since he is taking insulin, you will need to discuss his dosage and type with his endocrinologist. Usually when someone is that low, juice, a glucose tablet, or a hard sugary candy is the first go to. If this is spiking it way too high, then possibly something with a little less readily absorbable sugar. Have you tried a NutriBlast during this low point? With the fiber, it delays sugar absorption a bit so it doesn't spike, but may be something worth trying and discussing w/ the Dr. in conjunction with his insulin regimen. Some medium and higher glycemic index fruits (those that raise blood sugar faster) include watermelon, mango, raisins, pineapple, apricots, and fruit cocktail. In addition, you may want to also take a look at what he is eating at night. The morning low could be due to not eating enough or the right foods before bed or his nightly insulin dosage may be too high. Please consult his Dr. so that you can get help in figuring out how best to approach it for your son.
Greetings, Can nut butters beGreetings, Can nut butters be made in the NutriBlast? If so, what hints/tips does anyone have? I am thinking mainly of peanut butter, but maybe almond butter as well. Thanks!
Evpraxia wrote: Greetings, Can nut butters be made in the NutriBlast? If so, what hints/tips does anyone have? I am thinking mainly of peanut butter, but maybe almond butter as well. Thanks!
Absolutely! All it takes is some nuts and patience :) Just toss in your nuts and screw on the extraction blade. Begin by pulsing (pressing down and releasing w/o locking into place) to chop up the nuts a bit. Then you can run it for about 15 seconds or so at a time. Stopping to scrape down the sides and then re-blasting until it forms a nice butter-like consistency! Sometimes it may be necessary to add a little bit of liquid (I used a touch of melted cold-pressed, organic coconut oil with my almond butter one time - it just depends on how oily or dry the nuts are to begin with).
paultek6 wrote: do you havepaultek6 wrote: do you have to peel your orange or just put it in when making a drink .Also after removing seed from avocado can you add with skin on Paul Check out this article for prep tips: http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/peelingde-seeding/ In the link you gave it says to peel oranges and lemons but there are recipes in the book that came with my Nutribullet that specifically call for orange and lemon with rind. Which is correct? Also in the books it mentions that the skin, seed and stems contain the most nutrients but the link you gave says remove grapes from the stem. Which is correct? Steve
steve54 wrote: paultek6 wrote: do you have to peel your orange or just put it in when making a drink .Also after removing seed from avocado can you add with skin on Paul Check out this article for prep tips: http://nutribulletblog.com/faq/peelingde-seeding/ In the link you gave it says to peel oranges and lemons but there are recipes in the book that came with my Nutribullet that specifically call for orange and lemon with rind. Which is correct? Also in the books it mentions that the skin, seed and stems contain the most nutrients but the link you gave says remove grapes from the stem. Which is correct? Steve
Typically you want to peel your citrus fruits but you are correct, there are recipes where you leave the rind on. There are a lot of essential oils in the rind but they can make a blast taste more sour.
How can I make my Nutriblast less thick? I have tried adding more water and less ingredients but it's still comes out thick......Thanks
dwilson23 wrote: How can I make my Nutriblast less thick? I have tried adding more water and less ingredients but it's still comes out thick......Thanks
Try avoiding bananas, pears, avocados, sweet potatoes and raw oats. Those can all make a blast thicker. Make sure you fill your cup with water to the max line. You can blend your Blast and add more liquid if it is still too think and re-blend until desired consistency is reached.
Thanks paultek6, I'm a newbie and that's an awesome link :)
Can anyone tell me if you can grind dry beans in the NB with the blade for grinding nuts not the extractor blade. I want to make a recipe that uses ground dry beans in it and I'm not sure what NB is capable of and there is practically no info in the manual that comes with the NB. It barely touches on using the 2nd blade. Thanks, Tootz
tootz13 wrote: Can anyone tell me if you can grind dry beans in the NB with the blade for grinding nuts not the extractor blade. I want to make a recipe that uses ground dry beans in it and I'm not sure what NB is capable of and there is practically no info in the manual that comes with the NB. It barely touches on using the 2nd blade. Thanks, Tootz
It shouldn't be a problem. =)
I agree. I would like more info on how to use the second blade.
I agree. I would like more info on how to use the second blade.
claireme wrote: I agree. I would like more info on how to use the second blade.
The milling blade is used to grind grains and nuts into flours. You can also mill tiny seeds like flax into a flax powder!
Are soy beans OK to use in the in a Blast ??
Sorry, not soy beans, soy nuts ?
lthorn wrote: Sorry, not soy beans, soy nuts ?
Sure, any nuts will work just fine!
lthorn wrote: Are soy beans OK to use in the in a Blast ??
Yes.
lthorn wrote: Are soy beans OK to use in the in a Blast ??
Yes.
is it ok to use already frozen fruit bought in the freezer section
coldjerry wrote: is it ok to use already frozen fruit bought in the freezer section
Yes, that is a great addition to any Blast and the colder your Blast is, the better!
Do you have a source for recipes for food that is not a blast. Such as salsas., dips and other appetizers to make in the nutri-bullet?
Cookiebartosh wrote: Do you have a source for recipes for food that is not a blast. Such as salsas., dips and other appetizers to make in the nutri-bullet?
Our six week transformation plan and cleanses contain recipes that are not Nutriblasts. https://nutriliving-images.imgix.net/documents/pdf/NL_2014_Cleanse.pdf
Question - Can anyone tell me if you can grind coffee beans using the milling blade? I wanted to see if anyone else had tried this and if it works? Thanks
Hi Redmonte, there's a Windows keyboard shortcut, use Ctrl+F, then type your keyword and hit Enter. That works in most browsers and most all Microsoft software, as well as many 3rd party ones too. Hope it helps you. Take care and God Bless...
If I can not drink the whole blast at one time, will it be OK to refrigerate the rest? How long will it be good?
Val328 wrote: Question - Can anyone tell me if you can grind coffee beans using the milling blade? I wanted to see if anyone else had tried this and if it works? Thanks
Yes, you can use the milling blade to grind coffee beans.
Ruthm wrote: If I can not drink the whole blast at one time, will it be OK to refrigerate the rest? How long will it be good?
Here is a video that answers that question: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xlFM7CT3Po&list=PLiXrxXphESfEn34ZaB8j409WPcUAkpK16
Can the Nutribullet Pro 900 make ice cream? I love butter pecan ice cream, but cannot find a Nutribullet recipe for it.
How cool do cooked items need to be before they can be put in the Magic Bullet?
nuuriell wrote: How cool do cooked items need to be before they can be put in the Magic Bullet?
To room temperature!
JoyceIH wrote: Can the Nutribullet Pro 900 make ice cream? I love butter pecan ice cream, but cannot find a Nutribullet recipe for it.
It cannot make ice cream like an ice cream maker would, however, you can make non-dairy ice cream-like alternatives. I love adding a frozen banana in with some almond milk, vanilla extract, raw cacao powder and unsweetened coconut flakes. An amazing soft serve treat :) For healthy desserts, check out the Dessert Bullet - there are tons of recipes in that book that can help quench your sweet tooth! https://www.dessertbullet.com/site/recipes For other dessert NutriBlast recipes, type "dessert" in the search bar on the recipes home page: Here are two of my favorites! http://www.nutriliving.com/recipes/gingerbread-holiday-blast http://www.nutriliving.com/recipes/candy-bar-dessert-blast
Is there a master list of all of the available resources on this site? I bought the 900 model yesterday and am confused and almost afraid to use it. Why do we have to go online to get basic info? Examples of some initial questions: where is a search feature? Can you process celery? What should not be processed?
Further question. The blades look identical. Which is the milling blade? Nothing is labelled.
Further question. The blades look identical. Which is the milling blade? Nothing is labelled.
Further question. The blades look identical. Which is the milling blade? Nothing is labelled.
Minner77 wrote: Is there a master list of all of the available resources on this site? I bought the 900 model yesterday and am confused and almost afraid to use it. Why do we have to go online to get basic info? Examples of some initial questions: where is a search feature? Can you process celery? What should not be processed?
You can search from each of the pages (articles, recipes, healing foods). We are working on a home page search feature. Yes, you can process celery. Here's a handy prep chart! http://www.nutriliving.com/infographics/extraction-prep-chart
Minner77 wrote: Further question. The blades look identical. Which is the milling blade? Nothing is labelled.
The milling blade is not included with the NB900. You most likely have 2 extraction blades!
hi just wondering if the receipe calls for lemon ,limes and grapefruit , do i peel them ? any info would be great Linda
Lindac9 wrote: hi just wondering if the receipe calls for lemon ,limes and grapefruit , do i peel them ? any info would be great Linda
I usually peal my citrus fruits but you do not have to. Here is a prep chart that may help out: http://www.nutriliving.com/infographics/extraction-prep-chart
MariaJC wrote: I read you can leave the skin on a kiwi. I cut it into small pieces and it blasts away. They said the skin has alot of nutrients.
I can't find the peeling and de-seeding chart anywhere