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    Default Anyone have a Nutribullet?

    which one? is it worth it?

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    I've got a Nutri ninja. It's great because you can use it for so much, making bread crumbs or pulverising chicken as well as juices and smoothies.

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    Yep - we have the Nutri ninja IQ - it's got a really powerful motor which I like as I add goji berries, seeds and chia to all our smoothies and it's automatic so you press a button and leave it - we use it on average 5 times a week for smoothies but as pp said I've crushed ice, mixed sauces and dressings in it as well , it's very easy to clean and the containers ( you get 3) all go in the dishwasher

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    I've got a nutri ninja IQ and use it most days for smoothies but my favorite thing to make in it is margaritas!!

    I also purée lots of veges that ds doesn't like and hide it in pasta, muffins etc

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    any diff between a nutri ninja or a nutribullet?

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    I bought my nutrininja in Jan and love it. It is compact just the unit sits on bench all the time here and love the cups that come with it. Pulverises seeds and ice, anything easily. Bought it for smoothies, use it for anything now.

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    I've got the Nutri Bullet and just use it for smoothies, you can put raw veggies and hard stuff and no issue with it. Think it's similar to the ninja.

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    Google both and see which one you Like.

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    I have a NutriBullet and use it every day for smoothies, juice... Also grind coffee and mill sunflower seeds etc to add to recipes in it!

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    I have a NutriBullet and use it basically every second day for smoothies. I also used it a lot for blending food when my son was first on puréed food. I am extremely happy with my purchase.

    With my smoothies I never really make them the same either, I use lots of whatever I can find in the fridge or cupboard and make up new recipes!


 

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