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How can I fit all of the ingredients into the cup?

I just started using my NutriBullet and a few things have come up. 1) I am allergic to strawberries and would like to know what the cross over is in nutrition so I can make the smoothies that have them in them. 2) Today I made the "Toxin-Berry Blast, it calls for 1 each of the following, 1-2 handful spinach, 1 pear,1 banana, 1 apple, 1 cup pineapple and water, I threw in a few walnuts. I'm using the tall cup and all of these ingredents don't fit, So I cut it all up and made 2 talls. I'm staying at the max line, so I don't know how this all supposed to work or fit with these measurements. any help would be appreciated. Kind Regards, Brenda

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4 years ago

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Great questions! 1. You can use other berries like blueberries, raspberries and blackberries if you are not allergic to those fruits as a good replacement for strawberries. 2. The recipes are a basic outline for how to construct a Blast, since fruit size can vary as long as you are getting a little of each ingredient, you don't have to worry about packing all the ingredients into your cup.

4 years ago

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I just got my nutribullet yesterday and I have had the same issue. My other question is how much should I drink in one serving? I filled up one of the short cups and it seems like a lot in one sitting ( but that could have been because it was not at cold as I would have liked)
A serving depends on when you are drinking your NutriBlast. I would suggest that if you are using your tall cup, you use that as a meal replacement and the short cup would be used as a snack. This is depends on your preference. It is hard to say what is an exact serving of a NutriBlast. It can vary depending on what you put into it. If you want more exact portion measurements please visit this website to understand how many servings are in each food category. http://myplate.gov/food-groups/

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