NutriBullet Rx Almond Blast and Tomato Basil Soup Recipes

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NutriBullet RD Sarah Lefkowitz shows us how to use the latest in the NutriBullet line of products, the NutriBullet Rx, with the delicious Almond Ally Blast r…

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mfeliciano671 says:

I can never get that consistency -.- lol but I won’t stop until I do

Timothy Williams says:

Hello Sarah My name name is Tim Williams and I’d to know if you could show
more recipes on the Nutribullet Rx So for I ‘ve purchased the regular
Nutri Bullet and the nutri bullet pro and I’m interested in purchasing the
new Nutri bullet Rx..Can you also do cabbage soup? please let me know
thank you. 

randall jurgilanis says:

Ty Sarah for RX recipes. Keep them coming please. Not many out there yet.
Im a long time blaster. I have 600 900 and now RX. This RX is awesome. 

save the dog says:

I love and use my regular Nutribullet daily but, dang it, I just may have
to upgrade soon.

Valerie Rojas says:

Can you do a cream of broccoli soup? I’m sad I just bought a nutri bullet
and now this comes out! Wish I would’ve waited! Can we still blend the
ingredients and warm it up on stove

Patrick Pomerleau says:

Hi Sarah!

A lot of peoples have reported having the seal/gasket come out when
disassembling the unit…

There seems to be a lot of confusion about the proper way to screw and
unscrew the blade part of the NutriBullet Rx onto it’s containers. As far
as I know, most peoples unscrew it with their bare hands grasping the blade
unit from it’s outer edge. I’ve heard that your suppose to screw and
unscrew it using the removable blade tool every time.

Now after watching your video, I notice that you screw and unscrew it
without using the blade removable tool but, contrary to other people, you
are screwing and unscrewing it by grasping it from it’s middle!

What is the official and recommended sure way to do it which will assure
that the seal/gasket never comes out?

I’m looking to buy a “smoothie maker” and I’m still on the fences when it
comes to make a choice between a Vitamix and the Nutribullet Rx

In conclusion. I sure wish the engineers behind the Rx would have designed
the seal/gasket to lie outside the unit “a la” Vitamix S30’s seal/gasket…

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