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Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker Manual

Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker feature

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Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker

Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker product

ABOUT NutriBullet

NutriBullet is a brand of compact, high-speed blenders used for creating smoothies, juices, and other blended recipes. It was introduced to the market in 2012 by the company Homeland Housewares, which is a division of Capital Brands.

The NutriBullet blender is designed to extract nutrients from fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds by breaking down the ingredients into a smooth consistency. It utilizes a powerful motor and a unique blade design to pulverize the ingredients and extract their nutritional content.

One of the key features of NutriBullet blenders is the blending container, which is typically a short, wide cup with a screw-on blade assembly. The cup can also be used as a portable drinking container, allowing users to blend their ingredients and then take the cup with them on the go.

Important safeguards

Warning! To avoid the risk of serious injury, carefully read all instructions before operating your nutribullet®. When using any electrical appliance, basic safety precautions must always be observed, including the following important information.


  • DO NOT touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs, and use oven mitts when lifting the steaming basket or cooking pot from the base.
  • Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance containing hot food or hot liquids.
  • To reduce the risk of electrical shock or injury, cook only in a removable cooking pot or steaming pan. DO NOT pour liquid into the base.
  • Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children. Keep cord out of reach of children. This appliance is not a toy. DO NOT allow children to play with it.
  • To protect against fire, electrical shock, and injury to persons, DO NOT immerse the appliance, cord, or plug-in water or any other liquid.
  • Unplug the appliance from the outlet when not in use and detach the power cord from the appliance before putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning or attempting to move the appliance. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off parts.
  • The use of attachments not recommended or sold by Nutribullet is a safety risk and may cause fire, electric shock, or injury.
  • To eliminate a choking hazard for young children, remove and safely discard the protective cover fitted to the power plug of this appliance.
  • The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
  • During operation, check the appliance regularly. DO NOT leave the unit unattended for long periods of time when in use.
  • Keep hands, fingers, hair, clothing, and utensils away from the appliance during operation.
  • This product is not intended for use outside of Australia and New Zealand. DO NOT use this product in locations with different electrical specifications or plug types. DO NOT operate with any type of plug adapter or voltage converter device, as these may cause electrical shorting, fire, electric shock, personal injury or product damage.


  • Regularly inspect the power cord, plug, and actual appliance for any damage. DO NOT operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance malfunctions, or is dropped or damaged in any manner. Contact nutribullet Customer Service for assistance at: 1300 285 538 (AUS) / 0800 232 633 (NZ).
  • This appliance is for household use only. DO NOT use this appliance for anything other than its intended use. DO NOT USE OUTDOORS. Misuse may cause injury.
  • Ensure that the surface where the appliance operates is stable, level, clean, and dry.
  • Always attach the plug to the appliance first, and then plug the cord into the wall outlet. To disconnect, press the power button to power “OFF”, then remove the plug from the wall outlet. Make sure the unit is UNPLUGGED after each use.
  • Always make sure the unit is properly and completely assembled before connecting to a power outlet and operating it.
  • DO NOT let the power cord hang over the edge of a table or countertop.
  • DO NOT let the power cord touch hot surfaces or become knotted or tangled.
  • Any significant spillage onto the surface under or around the appliance, or onto the appliance itself, should be cleaned and dried before continuing to use the appliance.
  • When using this appliance, provide adequate air space (at least 200mm) above, below, and on all sides for circulation.
  • DO NOT place the cooker on or near a hot gas or electric burner, or in a heated oven.
  • Remove and safely discard any packaging material or promotional labels before using this appliance for the first time.
  • DO NOT overfill the cooking pot. Ensure recommended water levels indicated within the cooking pot are followed. Overfilling may result in leakage through the vent located on the lid of the cooker base.
  • A standard rice cup is not the same as a standard measuring cup. To prevent overfilling the cooking pot during the cooking process, refer to pages 14 & 15 for the recommended water level to the number of rice scoops. Recommended water levels are also repeated under “Inner pot markings” on page 17.
  • Keep the appliance clean. Refer to the Care and Maintenance section for tips and best practices.
  • Any maintenance other than cleaning should be performed by a qualified electrician. DO NOT attempt to repair or service this appliance yourself. Contact nutribullet Customer Service for assistance at 1300 285 538 (AUS) / 0800 232 633 (NZ).
  • If any of the contained instructions or warnings are not understood, please contact nutribullet® Customer Service for assistance at 1300 285 538 (AUS) / 0800 232 633 (NZ).

What’s included

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Assembly guide

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Control panel: cooking programs

The EveryGrain™ Cooker features 5 Auto-Cook Programs, plus a Steam program if you’re steaming food.


Select one of the 5 auto-cook programs by pressing the button of the cooking program you desire on the control panel, located on the front of the unit, below the lid. To change programs, just press a different button. Once pressed, the button lights up fully, indicating your chosen program.

    This cooking program yields light, fluffy results, whether you’re cooking jasmine, basmati, or sushi rice. Measure your scoops, add to the Cooking Pot, and fill with water to the White Rice Line in the Cooking Pot. Select the White Rice Program and press Start. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-3
    This setting delivers expertly cooked brown rice, every time. Fill the Cooking Pot to the Brown Rice Line for Whole Grain Brown Rice and for Indian and Pakistani Brown Basmati Rice. Select the Brown Rice Program and press Start.
  • OATS
    Whether steel-cut or rolled, this cooking program turns your oats into creamy, comforting porridge. Use a 1:2 ratio of oats to water for rolled oats, or measure your oats using the Measuring Scoop and fill the Cooking Pot with water to the Oats Line. Select the Oats Program and press Start.
    Note: Steel cut oats will require a 1:3 oats to water ratio. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-4
    This superfood is actually a seed, which makes it high in protein and other nutrients. Quinoa comes in white, black, brown, or multicolored. For all quinoa types, measure your quinoa using the Measuring Scoop and fill the Cooking Pot with water to the Quinoa Line. Select the Quinoa Program and press Start.
    Many ancient grains such as amaranth, farro, spelled, buckwheat, and millet offer many health benefits as well as great flavor and texture. Consult our Measuring Guide on Page 8 for water to grain ratios, or simply measure the grain and water as the grain package directs. Select the Grains Program and press Start. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-5


Press Steam if you’re only steaming food. The timer will show 0:00. Press (or press and hold) the up/down arrows to adjust the steaming time in 1-minute increments (each up/down press will add or subtract
1 minute). The maximum time you can set for steaming is 1 hour.

    The EveryGrain™ cooker lets you steam foods in one of two ways: you can steam items and cook grains simultaneously, or you can steam items on their own. To steam items on their own, simply fill the Measuring Scoop with water and add to the cooker, select the Steam Program, and set the timer for the length of time your food requires to cook. For tender green vegetables, remove prompty and shock in ice cold water to stop cooking. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-6
    All programs will automatically switch to Keep Warm once the cooking program has been completed, for up to 3 hours. This will keep your grains at an ideal temperature for when you are ready to eat. The timer will count up in the Keep Warm stage to let you know how long cooked foods have been resting. Remove tender foods from heat immediately after the end of the cooking program to ensure they will not overcook. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-7
    Use the Start/Stop button to start a cooking cycle after choosing a program, cancel a cooking program, or end the Keep Warm stage.
    After selecting your desired cooking program, you can choose to delay cooking for up to 12 hours! This will ensure grains or rice are ready on your schedule. Select your desired cooking program, then press Delay Start, set your time (the timer defaults to 2 hours, but can be adjusted up to 12 hours. Use the arrows to move up and down in increments of 15 minutes.) After setting to your desired delay time, select Start, and the countdown to commence cooking will begin. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-8

Measuring & cook time guide

Reference the full measuring & cook time guide included separately with your nutribullet® EveryGrain™ Cooker for more details. The cooking pot capacity is 5 rice cups raw grains, 10 rice cups of cooked grains.

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The included measuring scoop is equal to 150g (180ml) of uncooked rice, which is 1 standard rice cup. A standard rice cup is not the same as a standard measuring cup. If you choose to use another measuring cup, you should maintain the same cooking ratios noted below.

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Steam time guide

When using the Steam Program, The EveryGrain™ Cooker will automatically preheat before it begins the timer countdown. Preheating takes between 5-9 minutes.

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Inner pot markings

On the inside of the EveryGrain™ Cooking Pot, there are markings that serve as a useful cooking guide, indicating how much water to put in the pot for the grain type and number of scoops you’re cooking. Always be sure to add your rice or grains first, and then add water.

    Indicates how many scoops of grains (how much-uncooked food) you’re putting into the pot. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-12
    Indicates how much water you should put into the pot for that amount of grain.

Assembly & use

Before first use

Before using your nutribullet® EveryGrain™ Cooker for the first time, please take a moment to perform the steps below.

    Open the box and remove the appliance with its various components, placing all parts on a flat, level, and dry surface.
  2. CLEAN
    The Steaming Basket, Spatula, and Measuring Scoop are all dishwasher safe, or you can rinse them with warm, soapy water to clean. Rinse the Cooking Pot with warm soapy water, and clean the Cooker Base with a clean, damp cloth.

Never submerge the Cooker Base in water or any other liquid.


Review all warning and caution statements in the Important Safeguards section (pages 2-3) and above before proceeding to Step 1.

  1. Place the Cooker Base unit on a clean, dry, level surface, like a countertop or table. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-13
  2. Open the CAssembly 1ooker Lid by pressing the round button located on the front area of the lid. The lid will open, and stay in this open position until manually closed. 
  3. Insert the Cooking Pot into the Cooker Base. Make sure the Cooking Pot is seated on top of the inner heating plate, located inside of the Cooker Base at the bottom. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-14
  4. Close the Cooker Lid, by pushing it all the way down until it clicks to indicate it’s fully closed and locked.
    If you wish to steam food, either with or without ingredients in the pot, place the Steaming Basket into the Cooking Pot. The basket should drop easily into the top area of the pot without effort. Make sure the basket sits level inside the pot. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-15
  5. Attach the Power Cord to Cooker Base. Insert the plug into an outlet. An audible beep will be heard when the cooker is plugged in, and the Power Button will light up, indicating it needs to be pressed to turn on the unit.

Usage instructions

  1. Place food into the Cooking Pot and add water. Put up to 5 scoops of rice or other grains, or up to 4 scoops of quinoa or oats into the Cooking Pot, and then add water. Use the inner pot markings as a guide for how much water to add to the amount of rice or grains you’re cooking (see Inner Pot Markings section on page 17).
    For example, if cooking 4 cups of white rice, add water up to the line connected to the circled “4” in the column titled “white rice.”  Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-16
  2. Open the Cooker Lid and insert the Cooking Pot into the Cooker Base. Push the button on top of the Cooker Lid to open it. Insert the Cooking Pot into the Cooker Base, making sure it’s seated and level on top of the inner heating plate.
    The heating plate is located inside the Cooker Base at the very bottom.
  3. If desired, place food into Steaming Basket and insert the basket into the Cooking Pot. You can steam foods using the Steaming Basket, with or without grains cooking in the pot. In other words, you have 3 options: cook in the pot only, steam in the basket only, or simultaneously cook and steam. If you are doing both at once, the foods in the basket will steam while the rice or other grains cook in the pot below. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-17
  4. Close the Cooker Lid and press the Power Button to turn the unit on. When you press the Power Button, the cooker turns on, the Power Button illuminates blue, and your available cooking programs will illuminate white, indicating they are now able to be selected.
  5. Select a program (cooking program or Steam program). See pages 10-13 for detailed information. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-18
  6. If desired, press Delay Start to delay the onset of cooking/steaming. If you press Delay Start,
    a default time (2:00) is displayed on the timer, indicating 2 hours until cooking or steaming starts.
    To adjust the Delay Start time, press the up/down arrows. Each press adjusts time by 15 minutes. Delay time can go as low as 15 minutes (minimum delay time) or as high as 12 hours (maximum delay time).
    Once the Delay Start timer countdown reaches 0:00, the cooking or steaming program begins. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-19
  7. Press the Start/Stop button to begin the cooking or steaming process. Press again to stop. After selecting a cooking program or Steam program (and selecting Delay Start, if desired), press the Start/Stop button to begin the Delay Start timer (if used) or the cooking/steaming program. Press the Start/Stop button again to stop the current program.
  8. Monitor cooking/steaming progress on the control panel screen. While the unit is cooking or steaming, the control panel screen shows lines moving in a cascading pattern, which indicates that your program is active and the unit is working to complete it. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-20
    If cooking: A countdown timer will begin when the cooking program has 10 minutes remaining.
    CAUTION: Never touch the area near the steam vent during the cooking or warming process. 
    A beep will occur, and the control panel screen will show time counting down, starting from 10 minutes.
    If steaming: After setting the time and pressing the Start/Stop button, the cooker will automatically preheat before it begins the timer countdown. Preheating takes between 5-9 minutes. Once preheating has been completed, the timer will begin counting down immediately.
    NOTE: cooking times will vary depending on the type of food and quantity used. To review how long cooking will take for a particular grain and quantity, see the included Measuring & Time Guide included with your EveryGrain™ Cooker.
  9. When cooking/steaming is complete, the unit enters the Keep Warm program. Once cooking/steaming is done, the cooker will automatically enter the Keep Warm program, one beep will occur, and the timer will start counting up (to indicate time elapsed since your program was completed). The cooker will remain in Keep Warm program for up to 3 hours. Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker fig-21
  10. When you’re ready, remove your food and enjoy it (or store it for later).
    Push the button on top of the Cooker Lid to open it. Carefully use the Spatula to remove contents from the Cooking Pot and/or Steaming Basket (to eat, or store for later). Dispose of any leftover food in the pot/basket, then clean the pot/basket and other accessories.
    CAUTION: Food, Cooking Pot, Steaming Basket (if used), and the inner heating plate will be HOT after cooking! Handle carefully; wear oven mitts to protect your hands while handling hot cooker items. Do not touch or clean the inner heating plate until the plate has completely cooled down.
    NOTE: Clean Cooking Pot, Steaming Basket, Spatula, Measuring Scoop, and heating plate regularly to avoid food residue buildup.

Tips & tricks


  • After you press the button to open the Cooker Lid, the lid will automatically rise up and stay in an upright position on its own. CAUTION: Do not overload the pot with food and water. Keep its contents below the highest line shown on the inner pot markings.
  • Clean the outside of the Cooking Pot before putting it into the Cooker Base.
  • When closing the Cooker Lid, make sure to press the lid all the way down, until you hear a click to indicate that the lid is locked in place.
  • The cooker automatically enters the Keep Warm program for up to 3 hours after the cooking cycle completes, so grains are always warm and ready to eat.
    To protect the non-stick coating on the Cooking Pot and other parts of the cooker, don’t use a metal spoon or other metal utensils when using this product. Use the included Spatula, or wood/plastic utensils.
    To avoid rice sticking together, stir within 30 minutes in the Keep Warm program. Unplug the appliance when not in use for a prolonged period of time. Make sure the power is off, the unit is unplugged, and the cooker has completely cooled down before cleaning, moving, or storing this product.


  1. PROBLEM: Cooker does not power on.
    SOLUTION: Make sure the Power Cord is plugged into an electrical outlet. An audible beep will be heard when the appliance is plugged in. The Power Button will be illuminated blue, indicating it needs to be pressed in order to turn on the unit.
  2. PROBLEM: Cooker will not operate (lid open). The unit won’t operate if the Cooker Lid is not fully closed and locked.
    SOLUTION: Make sure the lid is all the way down; listen for a click to ensure the lid is fully closed and locked.
  3. PROBLEM: Cooker will not operate (no cooking program or Steam program selected). The unit won’t operate if you have not selected a cooking program or Steam program.
    SOLUTION: Decide on a cooking program or Steam program, then press its button on the control panel.
  4. PROBLEM: Food sticks inside Cooking Pot, hard to clean.
    SOLUTION: Soak the inside of the pot with water for a while before cleaning. Water should loosen stuck food residue over time. Hot water is even more effective, and hot soapy water should be the most effective. If the residue is stuck on hard, try applying dishwashing liquid directly onto the residue and let it sit for a few minutes before soaking the area in water.
  5. PROBLEM: Rice is sticking together.
    SOLUTION: Stir rice within 30 minutes in the Keep Warm program.
  6. PROBLEM: Liquid is leaking from the Cooker during cooking.
    SOLUTION: You may have added too much liquid to the grain you are trying to cook. Please be sure to follow the ratios listed in the Measuring Guide on pages 14 & 15.

Care & maintenance

Cleaning the EveryGrain™ Cooker is quick and easy. The Steaming Basket, Spatula, and Measuring Scoop are dishwasher safe or can be cleaned by rinsing in warm, soapy water. The Cooking Pot should always be cleaned by hand with warm, soapy water in order to preserve its nonstick coating.

  1. STEP 1:
    After cooking is completed, remove contents from the Cooking Pot or Steaming Basket (to store or eat).
  2. STEP 2:
    Dispose of any leftover food in the Cooking Pot or Steaming Basket, and rinse the pieces in warm, soapy water (or place the Steaming Basket in the dishwasher).
  3. STEP 3:
    Once the unit has cooled down completely, clean the inner heating plate with a clean, damp cloth.
    Never clean the heating plate immediately after cooking. Unplug the cooker and allow the heating plate to cool completely before cleaning.

Clean the Cooking Pot, the Steaming Basket (if used), and the heating plate after each use. Regular cleaning helps keep food residue from building up inside the pot or basket. If food sticks inside the Cooking Pot, soak pot with water for a while before cleaning. Clean the Sealing Panel, Steam Vent, and Condensation Collector thoroughly every time you use the Cooker. Use a damp cloth or sponge and warm, soapy water to wipe the Sealing Panel and Condensation Collector clean. Remove the Steam Vent plug and rinse with warm water. Clean the inside of the Steam Vent with a damp cloth.

Do not clean the Cooking Pot, Sealing Panel, or other parts of the cooker with steel wool pads/balls. The Cooker Base should only be cleaned by wiping it with a damp cloth.

Never submerge the Cooker Base in water or any other liquid.

How to store

Before storing or moving the unit, make sure the power is off, the unit has cooled down, and the unit is unplugged.
make sure the appliance is off and has cooled to room temperature before storing.

Store the unit upright in a cool, dry location. Keep accessories and power cord with the cooker.

Replacement parts

To order additional parts and accessories, please visit our website at bulletbrands.com.au / bulletbrands.co.nz or feel free to contact Customer Service: 1300 285 538 (AUS) / 0800 232 633 (NZ).

One (1) year limited replacement warranty statement

If your product becomes defective due to faulty material or workmanship within a period of 1 year from the date of purchase, we warrant to do the following:

  • For New Zealand Consumers: We will replace the product with a new product, free of charge, or repair the product at our cost, at our discretion.
  • For Australian Consumers: Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.


  • DO NOT operate the appliance with a damaged plug or cord, or if the unit has been dropped, damaged, or dropped in water. To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble or attempt to repair the appliance on your own. If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a qualified electrician in order to avoid a hazard. Incorrect re-assembly or repair can cause a risk of electric shock or injury to persons when the appliance is used.
  • The item has not been misused, abused, neglected, altered, modified, or repaired by anyone.
  • The item has been subjected to fair wear and tear.
  • The item has not been used for trade, professional, or hire purposes. The item has not sustained damage through foreign objects, substances or accidents.


  • Components that are subject to natural wear and tear caused by normal use in accordance with operating instructions.
  • Unauthorized/improper maintenance/handling or overload is excluded from this warranty.
  • For guarantee claims, you will need to submit proof of purchase in the form of a valid receipt that displays the date and place of purchase.
  1. This warranty does not replace but is in addition to your statutory rights.
  2. This warranty does not apply to accessories supplied with the item.
  3. This warranty applies only to the original purchaser and may not be transferred.
  4. Replacement items will be covered by the limited warranty for the balance of the warranty period from the date of the original purchase.
    Only the defective product or parts returned to the place of purchase will be replaced under this warranty.

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Auckland 0745
0800 232 633

PO Box 574
South Morang
Victoria 3752
1300 285538

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FAQS ABOUT Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker

Q: What is the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker?

A: The Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker is a kitchen appliance designed to cook grains and other ingredients quickly and easily. It is manufactured by Nutribullet, a company known for its blenders and other kitchen appliances.

Q: What is the capacity of the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker?

A: The Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker has a capacity of up to 6 cups (1.4 liters) of cooked grains.

Q: Can the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker cook other types of food besides grains?

A: Yes, the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker is versatile and can be used to cook various types of food. It can be used to steam vegetables, make soups, cook stews, and more.

Q: Is the cooking pot of the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker dishwasher safe?

A: Yes, the cooking pot of the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker is dishwasher safe, which makes cleaning up after cooking convenient.

Q: Does the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker come with a recipe book?

A: Yes, the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker usually comes with a recipe book that provides you with ideas and inspiration for cooking different grains and dishes.

Q: Can the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker cook grains from scratch, or does it require pre-cooked grains?

A: The Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker is designed to cook grains from scratch. You can add uncooked grains and water to the cooker, and it will cook them to perfection.

Q: Does the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker have a delay timer feature?

A: The Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker does not have a delay timer feature. It starts cooking immediately when you select the cooking function.

Q: Is the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker suitable for large families?

A: With a capacity of up to 6 cups (1.4 liters) of cooked grains, the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker can accommodate small to medium-sized families. For larger families, multiple batches may need to be cooked.

Q: Where can I purchase the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker?

A: You can purchase the Nutribullet NBG50100 Everygrain Cooker from various retailers, both online and in physical stores. It is available on the official Nutribullet website, as well as popular online marketplaces and kitchen appliance retailers.|

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