nutribullet

Discussion in 'Cooking Equipment Reviews' started by aaron mckeown, Mar 11, 2014.

  1. aaron mckeown

    aaron mckeown

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    Hey guys, I'm looking at buying my wife the nutribullet has anyone got any experience with this ??? Would love some personal experience. Reviews on Amazon is great

    Many thanks
     
  2. kokopuffs

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  3. aaron mckeown

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    Sorry for the late reply, ordered it yesterday hopefully should be here within a week got it for a good price so pretty happy thanks for your reccomendation mate
     
  4. harrisonh

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    you're a culinary student and you want a nutribullet????????
    One speed only. Limited capacity, cheap motor. cheap blades.
    If you're a smoothie drinker and don't want anything except for smoothies, this might be a good choice.


    I would get a kitchenaid diamond, oster versa, breville hemisphere. Something that will last and better than mediocre quality. A company that has stood the test of time. Or better yet, an Omega, Vitamix or a Blendtec if you can afford one.

    Good reviews on Amazon don't mean too much. ANYONE can write a review. That does not mean it is an informed opinion or that their impression is based on long term use.

    Why  would anyone who is interested in cooking get a nutribullet.? I could possibly see getting a magicbullet or a tribest to travel with, because they are cheap and they are small. They would pack nicely in a suitcase. I have a stewardess friend that travels with a magicbullet. That I understand. I'm even thinking about getting a tribest for when I travel.
     A nutribullet is almost the size and cost of a real blender and can only make smoothies and not much else. A kitchenaid diamond, oster versa, breville hemisphere will give you at least as good results for a smoothie, last longer and can be used for many things.
     
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  5. kokopuffs

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    My Nutribullet does a great job at grinding some spices like peppercorns and toasted seeds that are added to bread dough.