Can you put food in the Magic Bullet?
Cross Blade and Flat Blade The Magic Bullet comes with two blades: a Cross Blade for chopping, grating and blending foods such as onions, cheeses, meats and frozen drinks, and a Flat Blade for whipping cream and grinding hard foods like coffee beans and spices. Do not put the blades in the dishwasher.
Can I juice with a NutriBullet?
The Nutribullet does not extract juice from the fruit or vegetable. It “blends” them with water to make a, yes, smoothie. So it makes a rather thick, pulpy kind of juice. It’s more of a juicer than for smoothies.
What’s the difference between NutriBullet and Magic Bullet?
The biggest difference between the NutriBullet and the Magic Bullet is the motor size. The Magic Bullet has a 250 watt motor, which is fine for basic fruit smoothies as well as most soups and sauces, but not as effective for green smoothies or frozen and raw ingredients.
Can you blend hot food in Magic Bullet?
If you are unfortunate enough to get your hands on The Magic Bullet, I recommend you NEVER puree hot soups in this. In the manual, it says that when blending hot liquids, you should remove the clear centerpiece of the lid so it can vent. The Magic Bullet only comes with one speed setting: obnoxiously loud and fast.
Why are NutriBullets so popular?
Ever since the original Nutribullet 600 burst onto the scene in 2014, Nutribullets have become a popular choice for smoothie fans. Most models also come with ‘sports lids’ that allow you to convert the blending cup into a travel mug so you can take your smoothie on the go.
What blender is best for crushing ice?
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