Do You Really Need A Vitamix?

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There is a catch, though. What are your thoughts on the ninja? I stayed for about 20 min or more and tried a whole meal. I knowbthe nutribullet is great for single size, just wondering if can do the same in the vitamix or if it wont work properly for small amounts? This site is in no way affiliated with Costco. Costco Coupons January December 28th, Insider. I was so blown away.

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Can you actually print these and take them to the store to get the discounts? Is there a way to see the bar codes that these usually have on the back? I was waiting for this special for a while. I truly hope there is mistake. Home About Contact Subscribe. Costco Coupons January December 28th, Insider. Posted in Coupons Tags: Costco Coupon Book January Costco December 28, at December 29, at 6: December 30, at 2: December 30, at 4: January 1, at The Vitamix did truly change everything for me.

I started making green smoothies every morning — throwing everything imaginable in there, and the Vitamix made it into the smoothest liquid ever.

No bits and chunks, just incredibly, insanely smooth smoothies. I started to feel more vibrant and alive just starting my day out with these green magical potions. I had never experienced this kind of power or results in any other blender.

Not to mention, I started making soups , sauces , almond milk , hummus , desserts and whatever else I could come up with — and everything came out perfectly. I ran around telling everyone how much I loved my Vitamix. I pretty much shouted it from the rooftops. It takes up a good amount of counter space especially if you live in a small apartment.

For me, I absolutely do consider it worth it. Which of course, I get. We all have our priorities. We piled in the kale, spinach, chia seeds, blueberries, spirulina, hemp, cacao, maca and whatever else was around. The NutriBullet can only make enough smoothie for 1 person at a time, which is different from the Vitamix, which can make a huge blender full of smoothies. So we each had to make our own, but it was fine because we could customize them.

But definitely incredibly smooth compared to having to drink down chunks of kale bits from a regular blender. If you are looking for something smaller 1 smoothie at a time and more affordable, but still powerful — go with the Nutribullet.

For more amazing resources on nutrition, check out the videos on GaiamTV — they have everything, including this awesome video about the Power of Green Foods. This is a very good article about the two, but I think it really falls short on the other benefits of the Vitamix. I have had mine for over 10yrs and make soups, dough, sauces, cocktails, marinades, almond milk, etc, etc. The nutribullet, IMHO, seems like a one trick pony. Also, I keep hearing about rust with the NB leaking into your drink if you are not careful about how much you are making.

My bottom line is, as a cook, for the cash you are getting way more than a single purpose machine, like a Kitchen-aide, way more bang for your bank. The Vitamix can do a lot more than the NutriBullet. Hi I started out with the Nutribullet which I got for Christmas last year. It is a great little machine and does a good job of blending up whatever I put in there. After much use and abuse by me I have found it leaking at the top so be very careful not to overfill, which I do. Got my Vitamix a few months ago and love it.

I love that i can put hot stuff in it. But if you are on a budget or just starting out, I think the Nutribullet is a good choice. Just clean it really good and do watch for the rust on the bottom, clean there too. Yes — I made hot soup in my Vitamix the other night and it was awesome. I ended up using the pitcher for the weird juicing contraption and covering it with a jar lid while it blends.

I have also used an Osterizer from the 70s that works great! Some blended better than others. One thing I noticed was the weight of the base and material of the pitcher makes a big difference!

Something with a heavy base and a glass pitcher worked best!! I have a model called the Vitamix Aspire, which is smaller than the full-sized version, and gives a couple of tall glasses of smoothie at a time.

This helped me immensely.. Not the best fir for right now.. I was told about the nutribullet by my mom so that should have old me it was awesome my mom always gave me the scoop on healthy gadgets, it this article confirmed it.

Time to invest in a nutribullet. My fave part is that it can only make enough or one person. My husband and I have very different preferences so customisizing is great!!!

Jenny — if you want the maca chocolate fudge recipe, find me on Facebook at https: Now I have the Vitamix It is still super easy to carry it into a hotel. This makes enough for me to drink about smoothies per day. As I travel now, I use the Vitamix to blend, and the nutribullet container as my to-go single serving from the Vitamix. I may find room for the Vitamix. I love that I just came across your blog on this, Jenny.

I am days away from purchasing a NutriBullet, lol! I really appreciate your reviews on both products. It definitely reaffirms for me that I am making the right decision at this time.

I love my NutriBullet in so far as ease of use and clean-up is concerned and I will probably stick with it. I have not experienced the rust issue mentioned above, but have only had my Bullet for about 9 months. I have read that in order to get the highest nutritional value, a green smoothie should be consumed in the first 10 — 15 minutes after blending, so I have no interest in making more than one at a time and I am completely happy with the smoothness of my nutriblasts.

I like the small size of it and the large cup is perfect for one green smoothie. You can not completely clean the stuff from the base once it leaks. Since I use mine on a daily babsis, I fully expect to have to replace it befor it is 18 months old and will certainly do it.

What are your thoughts on the ninja? I looked into both machines too and even though the Vitamix costs a lot more I think you get what you pay for. I have the watt Nutribullet and love the drinks it makes. I was making a healthy smoothie for breakfast every morning and really felt better. After one week the gasket in the blade assembly came loose, wrapped and knotted itself around the blades, and blew chunky liquid all over my kitchen.