I'll have to give Kiwi a try. I can get soooo lazy about cutting up stuff although I know it's so much more economical! I LOVE Fresh n Easy because they have fruit all cut up and ready to go and their salads are awesome too -- for my meals away from my NutriBullet! Thanks for the tip!
Thanks Braveone! I do the leafy stuff at the bottom (kale or spinach) then the green apple and banana on top of that. I put almonds in at the top. I bought some avocados to try too since they say that helps with creaminess. Recipes without the banana seems to be the fluffy textured kind....more experimenting!!! ;) good luck with your experimenting too!
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I just started yesterday but today I tried my own design. Started with 50% spinach followed by 50% small banana and cantaloupe. I added a scoop of my plant-based protein powder and a cup of almond/coconut milk. It was delish!
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to the team! I hope that you bring some of your new recipes to us. I am printing out quite a few, but I have not tried but one. I have on hand, lettuce, kale and spinach. I want to get my green ones in every day also. I tried a recipe with two leaves of kale. The kale was at the top of the container and it came out course in the recipe. I thought that I should have put it on the bottom, fruit and other on the top. I plan to do that the next time.
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Fitness Minutes: (63,516) Posts: 4,708 2/19/13 9:32 P
I was introduced to the Nutri-Bullet through a late night infomercial. My niece has been juicing and it interested me, but I thought it was kinda wasteful throwing away all that fiber and good stuff so the Nutri-Bullet seemed like a good alternative. I've been nutriblasting for about a week, twice a day. I use kale or spinach as a base, add in 1/2 a green apple, 1 banana, handful of almonds and fill with almond milk or water, It tastes "green," but is growing on me (haha). I tried beets last night, stems and all, based on a suggestion from another Blaster who was buying them at the same time. It was a bit too texturey for my taste. I may try just the beets and leaves and see how that goes. I think this is a great way to get your veggies in! I'm "lucky" in that I don't need variety everyday so I can get through my greens without them going bad! Happy Blasting everyone!
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