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In my family, we have three children, two fabulous grown daughters and one handsome brilliant son, who is still in high school. My two daughters have become great chiefs. During the high school years, I always encourage my girls to cook with me.
Now that they are out on their own, they are even more curious and asking for recipes and advice. On Sunday our middle daughter, Katie called me up to ask me about my NutriBullet. She has noticed it on my counter for over a year now and knows that I use it constantly. She started juicing a couple years ago I had encouraged her that the NutirBullet was a better option. I advised her that she needs her fiber or as my mother use to say she needs her “roughage”.
She has finally come around to think that maybe keeping the fiber in the fruit would be a better option. I have been trying the new green smoothies and all the other fruit smoothies with or without protein powders to make a quick and easy meal when I am in a rush to get off to work. So our phone call (I have not lost my train of thought) with Katie was about which NutirBullet was best, We had a wonderful conversation with her in Charlotte North Carolina and I in Ohio, going over the different options of the NutirBullet and which one would be best for her.
I was more than eager to spend an hour or so going over this with her as I love my NutirBullet. I purchased mine about a year ago and bought the 600 as it serves my purpose greatly. It will grind spices, grind coffee, and mix fabulous smoothies. Katie is thinking of using a little more of the harder fruits and vegetables and was thinking of the 900. We also discussed the RX and I advised her the great feature of the RX is the new way it connects to the base and that it makes soup. Here is a rundown
Katie is thinking of using a little more of the harder fruits and vegetables and was thinking of the 900. We also discussed the RX and I advised her the great feature of the RX is the new way it connects to the base and that it makes soup. Here is a rundown
Here is a rundown of the three options.
The NutriBullet Pro 900 has a powerful 900-watt motor and all the features of the extractor blade, a 32 oz colossal cup, a 24 oz tall cup, handled lip ring, regular lip ring and a flip top to-go lid along with the recipe book and manual.
The Magic Bullet NutriBullet 600, the one I have has a 600-watt motor a tall and two short cups and a flat blade and an extractor blade. Also included is handled lip ring, regular lip ring, resealable lids, manual and recipe book.
The new NutriBullet RX has a 1700 watt motor, extractor blade, SouperBlast Pitcher with a two piece lid, a 30 oz short cup with lid, a 45 oz oversized cup, blade remover, user guide and receipt book. The unit has two speeds the second one if for the soup function. I have not tried this but have watched the demonstration on HSN and it looks like a lot of fun.
I have looked at the RX in a department store and it has a considerably larger base than the other units. We do not have a high space from our counter to our cabinets so I have been reluctant to upgrade. However, when my trusty 600 has seen better days I will be upgrading to this option. I am really intrigued with the soup making ability as there is nothing more comforting than warm smooth, savory soup in the winter. While I have had some successes in making homemade soup, I believe the function on the RX will make a quick easy warming soup when I’m in a hurry on a busy day.
NutriBullet Pro 900:
Katie decided she would go with the NutriBullet Pro 900 because she wants a little more power than mine.
During my 30 years of marriage, we have had many many blenders and all of them have been wanting. For our family now, as we are a little smaller, that NutriBullet is the perfect blender. It will make a small or medium size smoothie and is easy to wash. I have had a few difficulties with the security locking mechanism if I’m not paying attention closely when setting the cup and blade on the mixer. Besides that, I’ve had absolutely no issues with the wonderful NutriBullet. As you know I only recommend products I love and this is one of the products that is my very favorite, it sits on my counter every day. I do have a small location for it in the cupboard but it sits on the counter far more often than it ever gets put away. I also have to have a pretty straw with all my smoothies. I also like the large smoothie straws.
As always, thank you for your time let me know if you have a NutriBullet and what you make,