I have a kambrook blitz to go and I use shaved ice in it and have no problems with green smoothies but I wouldn't use normal ice.
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05-05-2014 17:24 #11
05-05-2014 17:50 #12
Yeah the Nutribullet is expensive. I think it was $289, but we paid up front and got a discount (I think it ended up at about $190 with a few other freebie things thrown in ... if you negotiate with them )
I put ice in it too, makes it soooooo yum.
and I put frozen rasberries in everything - makes it a much more attractive pinky colour, and adds a bit of nice tang
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05-05-2014 18:01 #13
I bought the bullet blender from Kmart for about $19 I think, and it is IDENTICAL to the magic bullet and works perfectly! Have had it now for three years, use it all the time and it's still going strong
05-05-2014 18:25 #14
I have a magic bullet and think its great. I used it every day for over a year to make protein smoothies. I'd use ice, fresh or frozen fruit, greens. Whatever I wanted and it'd turn out perfectly I haven't been using it lately - pregnant and trying to eat food, not smoothies. But it's waiting for me for after baby arrives!!
05-05-2014 18:29 #15
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05-05-2014 23:39 #16
MIL got one and hubby is obsessed with it. He's been you tubing and all the amazing transformations and great things he's been reading got him inspired to try one of the raw beige diets and he loves the taste and just everything about it.
Nutribullet MILs got.
06-05-2014 00:03 #17
I love my nutribullet. I use it for green smoothies, real smoothies, bubs breakfast (milk, half a raw apple and weet bix) and dips.
I also use it for quick mix purees for bub.
06-05-2014 07:32 #18
06-05-2014 08:58 #19
I have the Big W one (abode brand) was cheap and worked well, used every day for a year but the o-ring which seals it broke into pieces in the blender on one base and the positioning lugs which locate the cup while blending also broke. Still works but is on it's last legs. Got some good use out of it for the $30 I paid for it but am looking for something better now.
07-05-2014 23:07 #20
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