Can The Nutribullet Rx Be Used As A Food Processor? (EXPLAINED)

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Can The Nutribullet Rx Be Used As A Food Processor?

Blender Question of the Day: Can the Nutribullet Rx Be Used as a Food Processor?

Quick Answer: The Nutribullet Rx is one of the most powerful models in the Nutribullet line-up, but its food processing capabilities are going to highly depend on the ingredients that you put into it. Grinding something like oat flour will be easy, but it might be more difficult to make a thick brownie batter the way you might in a food processor. This is not the fault of the machine itself, it’s just that blenders aren’t as adept at this task because their blades are short and take up less of the container than a food processor.

The Nutribullet Rx is amazing at almost any blender task you can think of including thick smoothies, sauces, and much more.

In terms of food processing tasks, you can expect to do – 

  • Chopping vegetable (try wet chopping)
  • Making flours
  • Nut butters