The NutriBullet is a specialized blender designed to pulverize a variety of foods, helping to free essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals otherwise inaccessible within the cell walls of nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables. The blender is marketed as a superfood nutrition extractor.
Reviewers say the NutriBullet, despite its relatively small motor, offers serious competition to the Vitamix line of blenders. It features a patented blade system that easily converts ingredients along with ice into smoothies. It is also capable of producing dressings, dips, soups, sauces and ice cream. The device's milling blade makes flour from rice and butter from nuts.
The NutriBullet is sold with 14 additional pieces, including 32- and 18-ounce cups, two 24-ounce cups and two blade attachments. The blender does not have multiple speed settings. Its simple on and off button that operates the machine at one speed is in keeping with the sleek design. To ensure the blender can catch ingredients in its blades, reviewers suggest placing the largest pieces of food on the top, so that when the container is flipped over and put into place, the mass hits the blades first.
The NutriBullet also comes with several recipes to help generate ideas for using the device.