Can you use nutribullet as a juicer?

Are you tired of overcrowded kitchen counters filled with various appliances? Do you want to simplify your life and make the most out of each appliance you own? Let’s face it, we all have limited cabinet space and are constantly in search of more efficient ways to use our beloved gadgets. This begs the question: can you use your trusty Nutribullet as a juicer?

What is a Nutribullet?

Before we delve into whether or not the Nutribullet can be used for juicing, let’s first break down what exactly this appliance does. A Nutribullet is essentially a high-speed blender that helps transform solid foods into liquids by breaking them down at an incredibly fast pace using its powerful motor.

The Difference between Blenders and Juicers

It is important to understand that blenders and juicers operate differently from one another despite having some similarities in their design. Blenders are known for crushing solids like fruits and vegetables after adding water or other liquids while juicers extract juice by separating pulp through pressing or grinding.

Understanding Types of Juicers

Juicers come in two types; centrifugal juicer (sometimes referred to simply as ‘juicer’)and masticating slow press j~uice extractor (cold-pressed).

Centrifugal Juicer

This type uses spinning blades that chop up produce very quickly, then spin the chopped-up pieces around rapidly so they strain against mesh filters. As they spin around rapidly due to centrifugal force (/i.e., outward-pushing force), juice shoots out from tiny holes on the side called sprouts.

Masticating Slow Press / Cold Press Juice Extractor

As opposed to spinning blade conglomeration, slow presses (‘mood chee’ will slowly squeeze/nip food allowing soluble fiber/#pulp fall onto screen to one side while juice is strained, producing a healthier drink.

So can you use Nutribullet for juicing?

Nutribullets are not explicitly designed as juicers (I know, I was disappointed too). However, the great news is that thanks to their high-powered motors and blades (which work similarly to a blender), they do an excellent job of handling softer fruits and vegetables such as berries or bananas.

What can it blend comfortably?

Here’s what you could try blending with your NutriBullet:
– Pineapples
– Berries
– Carrots
– Oranges

While these will turn into something resembling juice after being blended,there may be much more pulp leftover than if made in a juicer. But hey! the good thing about this is how rich all those extra vitamin-packed pulps which contain fiber become malleable enough so eating them isn’t like chewing through drywall!

Which attachments come with The Nutribullet and Why That Matters

Upon purchase, The Nutribullet typically comes equipped only with an extractor blade set suitable for breaking down seeds/ nuts / soy beans etc (if soaked overnight) along with some other foods included above^^^
For optimal results when blending juicy produce:

Attachment Usage
Extractor Blade Appropriate for Solid food items including yogurt/drinks as well + Nuts/seeds
Milling Blade Perfect choice for grinding coffee beans/mixture prep using medicinal plant constituents

You also get tall & short cups: the “short” cup fits up to ~8oz/.47 pints/’to go’ bottles
Whilst Its extended version features screw-on plastic lids making blending-&-drinking simpler.

Final Thoughts on Using Your NutriBullet As A Juicer

While the Nutribullet may not be necessarily a juicer, we can confidently say that it’s an excellent substitute in times of need. When you’re looking to switch things up and try something new, break out your Nutribullet and give it a whirl. Happy blending!

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