Best known for its blenders, Nutribullet has expanded into cooking appliances with the EveryGrain Cooker.
The compact EveryGrain Cooker can be used as a standalone grain cooker or steamer, and it can cook grains and steam veggies or proteins simultaneously with the included steaming basket. The cooker features preset programs to make white and brown rice, oats, quinoa and general grains. When cooking grains, the EveryGrain detects the water and cooks until all is evaporated. The cooker automatically enters “Keep Warm” mode for up to three hours, and it features a “Delay Start” for up to 12 hours.
“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.”
The Nutribullet EveryGrain Cooker is available now and retails for $79.99.