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Nutri Bullet Give-Away!

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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  1. Libby wrote on September 18, 2013

    My biggest challenge is eating all my beautiful fruits and veggies before they spoil. Either from the garden, store, or Farmer’s Market, I enjoy the variety of colors and flavors so much that I seem to overstock frequently. I’ve started freezing baggies of blender mixes to try to stay on top of it.

  2. Kelly wrote on September 8, 2013

    The hardest part for me is preparing all my veggies – I need to better pre-pare my veggies ahead of time so they are more convenient for me

  3. kimmythevegan wrote on September 8, 2013

    I like the idea of having one of these when I travel. Having a green smoothie for breakfast is one of my most favourite things! But it’s hard when I travel.
    The hardest part about keeping raw is a lot of my fav veggies have goitrogenic properties (kale, bok choy, brussels sprouts etc) and if you have thyroid issues like I do, it’s best if you lightly steamed them. Unfortunately, lightly cooked everything is best for people with thyroid issues. I do incorporate a lot of raw food into my diet though =)

  4. Jackie Hole wrote on September 5, 2013

    Agreed – I thought you may like more feedback! – My biggest challenge is cheese and yoghurt! Mostly yoghurt as there is nothing to replace it that has no dairy that also tastes as nice! I am not trying to be a vegan or 100% raw and for my sins I still eat non vegetarian things occasionally but cutting back on wheat and dairy means getting more creative and some dairy is hard to replace!

    Loving the blog by the way – I am new to making full on raw meals so this is an incredible inspiration and photos that I could only hope to create 😀

  5. Eduardo M wrote on September 5, 2013

    Hardest part of going raw is trying to get everyone around you to go raw also! When you start a raw diet it’s lots of researching on-line and with people, so you really find out whats in “food”. Watching your love ones eat GMO processed unhealthy foods, it’s very hard. So i know the contest is over but thought it was a good topic 🙂 and congrats to the winner !


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