Nutribullet Debuts Grain Cooker Appliance

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    The nutribullet EveryGrain Cooker.
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    Nutribullet continues to expand its assortment of countertop kitchen appliances with its latest introduction targeting consumers who want to eat healthily.

    The EveryGrain Cooker is designed to be used as a standalone grain cooker or steamer. The unit can also be used simultaneously to cook grains and steam vegetables or protein. 

    Equipped with preset programs to make a variety of grains such as quinoa, consumers can select from five auto-cook settings to cook up to 10 cups of cooked grains. Preset programs include white and brown rice, oats, quinoa, and general grains. 

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    The included steaming basket also makes it possible to steam vegetables and proteins while cooking grains or rice or the unit can be used simply as a steamer.

    “Many of us lack confidence when it comes to cooking grains, and as at-home cooking continues to rise, people can struggle to cook well-balanced meals easily and quickly,” said Justin Giouzepis, Chief Marketing Officer at nutribullet. “The EveryGrain Cooker takes this intimidation factor away, making it easier for everyone to cook healthy meals, something core to what nutribullet looks to accomplish.”

    When cooking grains, the EveryGrain Cooker detects the water within the unit and cooks until it is evaporated, ensuring that the grains are properly cooked. Once finished, the Cooker automatically enters “Keep Warm” mode for up to three hours so grains are always warm and ready to eat. 

    The appliance is offered with a steaming basket, measuring scoop and rice spatula along with a recipe guide featuring more than 20 unique and simplified recipes.

    The nutribullet EveryGrain Cooker is priced at $79.99 and is available at nutribullet.com, Target stores, Amazon, and many other online sellers.