Nutri Bullet Give-Away!

by Susan on August 30, 2013

Nutri Bullet Give Away!

Look what we are giving away! A brand new Nutri Bullet!

I was pretty darn impressed by the nutri-bullet I bought for my trip (read about it here). So impressed, I decided to buy another one to give away to one of my lucky readers! 

I am going to keep this short…just leave a comment in the comment section telling us what your biggest challenge is with raw food. You can only enter once and the winner will be chosen with a random number generator. Entries will close Sunday, September 1 at 10:00pm pst.

The Contest Has Closed!

*Please note: If you haven’t commented on Rawmazing before, we need to approve your comment. Be patient, it will show up as soon as we do and every comment will be approved before the deadline. Shipping within the USA is included. If the winner is outside of the USA, some shipping and custom charges may apply.

To see what all you will get, click here: Nutri-Bullet

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Char August 31, 2013 at 1:31 pm

My biggest challenge with raw food is getting enough calories throughout the day. I’m just not used to eating quite so many fruits and vegetables. I tend to eat whole fruits because its easy to reach in the fridge and pull out something yummy, but of course, I get less calories in that way. I love my high speed blender but the cleaning… (I know, I know.. lazy… busy…a little bit of both perhaps?). I’ve lost a ton of weight, 20 pounds in 3 months, (yaah!) but I don’t want to loose anymore (my mother is starting to worry). Maybe a Magic Bullet will make my raw life a little easier… xoxo

Tara August 31, 2013 at 1:34 pm

My biggest challenge would be using my groceries before they go bad, especially the greens.

Liz August 31, 2013 at 1:44 pm

My biggest challenge is my husband’s cooking! He is very fat, sodium conscious, however, I need to followa very
different diet because of my illness. My sister has and frequently uses her Nutribullet. Unfortunately, my budget
does not allow for such an extravagant item. Hope I win! =)

rhonnie August 31, 2013 at 1:47 pm

My biggest challenge in eating raw is before bedtime – I do pretty good all day long, but just before I go to bed, I get cravings for things that aren’t raw.

Monica August 31, 2013 at 2:00 pm

my biggest challenge to eating raw is the advance planning.

nr August 31, 2013 at 2:02 pm

raw foods have been a big part of my life since i was a child in mill valley california. my parents were so happy to move there from chicago and find all the fresh produce that they loaded us up on salads almost every day. this created a lasting impression on me and i have stuck with lots of raw foods and grown my own for more than 36 years! always, i have been trying to get my grown kids to remember the importance of eating raw! this is a big challenge as they forget the importance of eating raw foods!!!
we can only do our best, however, and i know my influence is always there.

Teri August 31, 2013 at 2:06 pm

My biggest challenge is finding the time to prepare my raw food so it is ready to go when I need it. I need items I can grab and put together for my lunch as I head out the door to work.

Jerrilynne Atkins August 31, 2013 at 2:12 pm

My biggest challenge is going out to eat. There are no health food restaurants, much less raw in the town that I live. I realize I can always order a salad, but it’s not going to be near as good as the ones I make at home. My experience has been that once I tell them to leave off the meat, cheese, croutons, etc., I’m only left with a bowl of iceberg lettuce and a few tomato slices with miserable choices for dressing, for which I will have to pay way too much … and it’s not even organic!

Sara August 31, 2013 at 2:14 pm

I’m a Raw newbie and very excited about the changes I’m seeing a feeling. Planning ahead is my challenge right now. If it’s not all prepped I stray! and knowing how many avocados is too many avocados!

jules p August 31, 2013 at 2:19 pm

my problem is just finding ways to prepare it. coming up with different recipes. and I also have a hard time mixing it up…my blender does not work well with getting things finely chopped.

Heather M August 31, 2013 at 2:22 pm

My biggest challenge is also using the produce before it goes bad. Just had to toss an entire cantaloupe! The heat got to it and it turned to mush. So sad.

Jennifer C August 31, 2013 at 2:26 pm

The biggest challenge is usually inspiration for me. I find something I enjoy and make it until I no longer like it!! (Well, almost) that and the AMOUNT of food we need for a family of five…. Thank you for the chance to win this!! ;-)

hannah r. August 31, 2013 at 2:35 pm

My biggest challenge with raw food would have to be creating exciting new salad dressings that don’t really too heavily on fats.

Christine E August 31, 2013 at 2:36 pm

My biggest challenge with the raw food diet is prep time! With 3 children and 3 dogs and a full-time job sometimes I feel preparing my special food is another full time job!

sarah August 31, 2013 at 2:43 pm

My biggest challenge with raw food is eating too many nuts.

Pam Vozza August 31, 2013 at 2:43 pm

My biggest raw challenge are those days when I just can’t look at another salad, lol! Thank goodness for raw ice cream and energy bites!

Riana August 31, 2013 at 2:45 pm

My biggest challenge with eating raw is I really enjoy the umami flavor you get from roasting vegetables, or the crunch from toasted nuts. I eat primarily a vegetarian diet, but sometimes you want a warm bowl of soup on a cold day.

Priscilla Bingham August 31, 2013 at 2:51 pm

Hello! I’ve been following for a couple of years. I see preparation (days in advance) being my challenge. Always something I’m working on so we can have more healthy foods available for my family.

Leslie Bone August 31, 2013 at 2:56 pm

My biggest challenge currently is having the temptation of cooked food in the house as I am preparing food for my husband and eight children!

Nola August 31, 2013 at 3:05 pm

Honestly, the biggest challenge is loving myself enough to do the work it takes to prepare foods raw. It does take loving care and work to learn and stick with this new way of eating. Even when it tastes good, and makes me feel good, instead I get caught up in work and taking care of other people and put this style of food prep on a lower priority, as I sadly do to myself in other aspects of my life, too. But, at least when I “fall off the wagon”, I dust myself off more and more quickly and get back on!

Stacey August 31, 2013 at 3:35 pm

I believe in Raw Food living, however the BIGGEST challenge for myself is to get started. I have read/scanned many RF cookbooks did my research from a few authors but in order for me to begin is to invest $ and have ALL the main equipment on hand as I need. In this drawing I hope that my name will be picked to win a good working blender such a Nutri Bullet.
Thank you! :)

Arlene Caffrey August 31, 2013 at 3:48 pm

My biggest challenge with raw is my current blender, I have put it through it’s paces and there are times when it needs a bit of tlc ;) Having a Nutri-bullet would allow my blender to have a bit of down-time!

Jerilyn s August 31, 2013 at 3:51 pm

My biggest challenge is having the energy to prepare filling and nourishing meals for myself. I have many injuries and physical challenges and am often too tired by end of day to make something satisfying.

Stacy August 31, 2013 at 3:53 pm

Wowee, This would be wonderful!!!!
My greatest challenge with raw food is meal planning, in order to have food ready ahead of time when hunger hits :)
Have a fun weekend and Labor Day! :)
Stacy

Sandra August 31, 2013 at 3:58 pm

I want to make my own dressing when I go out to dinner with friends. I can put it in a jar and take it out when they serve the salad to me. I would love to get the Nutri Bullet to make the dressing. That would make my day!!!
:-)

Liliane August 31, 2013 at 3:59 pm

My biggest challenge is my old pokey blender. It won’t blend greens which I’d love to do.
Trying to heal a bunch of serious health issues. I know more green smoothies would be beneficial.
In grateful appreciation for all you do and are.

Happy week-end Susan :-)

Blessings
Liliane

Myriam Leighton August 31, 2013 at 3:59 pm

My biggest challenge is the limited selection of available fruits and vegetables during the winter time here up north and living in a rual setting on top of it. Daytime temperatures usually don’t rise above freezing for 3-4 months. I stuff a weeks worth of produce in coolers and hope that I can keep the inside temperature of the car above freezing on the way home. Some weeks getting the groceries from the store to the car, only a short distance, without wilting tender greens is impossible…….
Thanks for your inspiration.

Sharon August 31, 2013 at 4:23 pm

My biggest challenge with raw food right now is that I’m the only one in my household that eats this way, and I really don’t enjoy having to prepare two or three separate meals at a time. Traveling and staying raw/vegan is also always a challenge, so I would love one of these little gems. Thanks for doing this giveaway…good luck to everyone! :)

jerri August 31, 2013 at 4:30 pm

Preparing interesting and unique tasting raw food, that normies will like – is tricky

Robyn August 31, 2013 at 4:41 pm

My biggest challenge is time, I’m fine with salads, but anything extra, or extra special that takes more prep time creates more planning….really its me and time management, now I’ve written it down !!!! so my other challenge is warming foods for cold weather, apart from soups.

Betsy August 31, 2013 at 5:02 pm

My biggest challenge in eating raw is having the rest of my household not. I do great during the day and then the dinner challenge every evening is killer. I end up making two different meals and takes so much time. But even when I slip I get right back up again. :)

Cathy Riihl August 31, 2013 at 5:03 pm

My biggest challenge is having the equipment to make the recipes.

J Love August 31, 2013 at 5:08 pm

My biggest challenge with raw food is late nights at work – everyone usually orders pizza or pasta dinners and I’ve run out of my food supply!

melissa August 31, 2013 at 5:08 pm

My biggest challenge with raw is with storing the dehydrated food that I make. They start to get soggy quickly. Either I have to eat evrything at once- with kale chips no problem. I would like some advice on maintaining freshness of dehydrated foods, for the things that can’t be frozen. It is so much work to prepare, I would like to have some of the dehydrated food last a while!

Milica August 31, 2013 at 5:34 pm

My biggest challenge is being married to a meat eater!

Felicia Q August 31, 2013 at 5:40 pm

My biggest challenge outside of getting started has been finding it in our budget to replace the things we already needed as all natural vegan-vegetarians, but can’t get around not using as raw foodists. Such as blenders or food processors. We had a blender that broke, but I had a mini chopper that did the trick just took a little longer because it was a smaller container to work with when making my sons baby foods and doing different things for our dinners. So the bullet would be a great tool to help continue on our road to raw food.

Lauren August 31, 2013 at 5:47 pm

My biggest challenge is how to start truly eating raw and incorporating this concept into our family. We eat a lot of whole foods and avoid processed foods but I’m not sure where to begin. It seems as there is some investment to start dehydrator, blenders, etc as well as the purchase of new types of grains and spices to stock up the pantry. We are taking baby steps but hope to get there over time. Thanks and great site!

Kerry August 31, 2013 at 5:48 pm

My biggest raw food challenge .. is that I don’t have a Nutri-Bullet to help me out .. Yet!

Amy August 31, 2013 at 5:52 pm

My biggest challenge is consistency and emotional eating. I get stressed and can’t hide my feelings behind raw food. Enter the big-time cravings for numbing food and off I go… on and off the wagon for years, but I keep at it and work on finding healthy ways to deal with life!

Christine August 31, 2013 at 6:01 pm

My biggest challenge with raw food is the expense!

Mikaela August 31, 2013 at 6:04 pm

I’ve been in love with raw food for the last 10 years and purchased over 17 books about “un-cooking” and preparing raw plates. My challenge is my hubby who has a hard time adjusting to 100% raw.

However he started to become a little more flexible lately and loves my raw desserts; He also makes great salads now.
So, slowly but surely we are eating about 30-40% raw, Yeeee!
Rawmazing is now my favorite site on cooking. Please keep delighting us with your wonders.

Christie August 31, 2013 at 6:05 pm

Promoting healthy eating with my grand-children who are determined that organic sounds “yucky” and say things like “eww, why is that smoothie green?!”. :-)

Deb August 31, 2013 at 6:26 pm

My biggest challenge is to do gluten free raw food. I have celiac and must eat gluten free.

Bobbi Blades August 31, 2013 at 6:31 pm

Finding true organically, pesticide free vegetables and fruits.

Marilyn Clevenger August 31, 2013 at 6:33 pm

My biggest challenge in raw eating is accepting dinner invitations from friends & relatives. They almost always have a salad of some sort in my honor, but that may be Potato Salad! They just don’t seem to get it……even after 3 years.

Lois August 31, 2013 at 6:37 pm

My biggest challenge is my husband – trying to get him to eat raw food is very stressful and challenging – unfortunately he is a meat and potatoes man and sausage and peppers.

I am about 70 percent raw = the rest of the time I confess that I “fall” into hubby’s food especially with the sausages.
Lois

Dr. Sunny Roe August 31, 2013 at 6:40 pm

The biggest challenge I encounter with raw food is acquiring it (from the health food store, or my garden), and then consuming it before it goes bad. I hate to waste anything (especially life-giving organic produce!), and sometimes I just can’t eat it fast enough before it starts to spoil.

Making smoothies is the simplest way to consume large amounts of raw food in an easy-to-digest format. A Nutri Bullet would help make that happen in no time, flat! Thanks for introducing me to this nifty kitchen gadget through your generous give-away!

Frieda Gelber August 31, 2013 at 7:17 pm

My biggest challenge with raw foods is the lack of freshness in the indoor markets and the lack of local farmers markets and healthfood stores in my area.

I would like to have a nutribullet single serve blender to make individual servings of green smoothies, thickies and green soups. I prefer my foods freshly made.

Susan van der Rassel August 31, 2013 at 7:18 pm

The biggest challenge for me is being consistent and staying with a program due to not having a large amount of teeth in my mouth! I can’t believe I finally admitted it. The cost of replacing them is outrageous! I grind up large nuts and seeds for digestion purposes and do smoothies. I’m fortunate that my 17-year-old son is now looking for better health and has developed great discipline that inspires me. He was looking for a Nutri Bullet and I know that it would greatly serve my purpose as a healthier 56-year-old mother who wants more discipline as well. With Gratitude!

Deanna August 31, 2013 at 7:23 pm

My biggest challenge is cravings for foods that fill you up like bread. I’m not hungry when raw but I sometimes miss that full belly feeling ;-)

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