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BRNMC2L Series
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1-year Limited Warranty
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed
including the following:
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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
Blades are sharp. Handle carefully.
To avoid injury, never place cutting blade on base without first putting the bowl
properly in place.
Keep hands, as well as spatulas and other utensils, away from moving blades while
processing food to prevent the possibility of severe personal injury or damage to the
food processor. A plastic scraper may be used but must be used only when the food
processor is not running.
To protect against risk of electrical shock, do not put base in water or other liquid.
Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.
Always unplug from outlet when not in use, before putting on or taking off parts,
before removing food from bowl and before cleaning. To unplug, grasp plug and pull
from electrical outlet. Never pull cord.
Avoid contacting moving parts. Never insert food while machine is operating.
Make sure motor has completely stopped before removing the lid. If the machine
does not stop instantly when you turn the lid, do not use it.
Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug, or after appliance
has been dropped or damaged in any manner. Return appliance to the nearest
authorized service facility for examination, repair or adjustment.
The use of attachments is not recommended as this may cause fire, electric shock,
or injury.
Do not use outdoors.
Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
Do not attempt to defeat the cover interlock mechanism.
Be certain cover is securely locked in place before operating appliance.
Cutting blade must be properly installed before adding any ingredients. Failure to do
so may result in injury and or damage to the NutraMilk machine.
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ADDITIONAL SAFEGUARDS
DO NOT OPERATE APPLIANCE IF THE LINE CORD SHOWS ANY DAMAGE OR IF APPLIANCE
WORKS INTERMITTENTLY OR STOPS WORKING ENTIRELY.
EXTENSION CORDS
A short power-supply cord is to be provided to reduce the risk resulting from becoming
entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. Longer detachable power-supply cords or
extension cords are available and may be used if care is exercised in their use. If a longer
detachable power-supply cord or extension cord is used,
1) The marked electrical rating of the cord set or extension cord should be at least as
great as the electrical rating of the appliance, and
2) The extension cord should be a grounding-type 3-wire cord, and
3) The longer cord should be arranged so that it will not drape over the countertop
or tabletop where it can be tripped over, snagged, or pulled on unintentionally
(especially by children).
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be grounded while in use.
CAUTION: To ensure continued protection against risk of electric shock, connect to
properly grounded outlets only.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
In North American markets, the appliance has a plug that looks like Figure A. DO NOT
attempt to insert a power cord into an incompatible outlet. Appliance damage, electrical
system damage or physical harm may result. An adaptor, as shown in Figure B, should be
used for connecting a 3-prong grounding plug to a 2-wire receptacle. The grounding tab,
which extends from the adaptor, must be connected to a permanent ground such as a
properly grounded receptacle as shown in Figure C, using a metal screw.
Circuit grounding conductor
connected properly
(A)
Grounding prong
Metal mounting
screw
Adapter
Adaptor
(B)
Grounding means
(C)
Cover of grounded
outlet box
Warning: It is best to use this appliance on a dedicated circuit or with all other appliances
off during this appliance’s use. It will not damage electrical systems but caution should
be used to not overload this circuit with other appliances running at the same time.
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Table of Contents
Cover/Customer Service Information
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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ADDITIONAL SAFEGUARDS
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Nut Processor Components & Technical Data
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Operation Instructions
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• Assembling the NutraMilk
• Making Alternative Butter • Making Alternative Milk
◦◦ Mixing Cycle
◦◦ Dispensing Process
• Sleep Mode
• Cleaning and Maintenance
• Storage
• Recommended Ratios & Processing Times
• Warnings
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1-year Limited Warranty Information
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Correct Disposal of this Product 11
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Nut Processor Components
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Lid
Wiper blades
Cutting blade
Release button
Inner filter
Wiper drive gear
Arm
Mixing basin
Drive shaft
Motor base
Dispensing spigot
Power cord with plug
Button panel
Power switch
BUTTER button
LCD readout
UP button
DOWN button
Red indicator light
MIX button
DISPENSE button
START/STOP button
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Technical Data
USA and Canada models:
Rated voltage: 120 V ~60 Hz
Rated power input: 320W
Capacity: Max. 67.6 oz (2L)
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Operation Instructions
Note: Before using the NutraMilk for the first time, be sure to wash all components as
recommended in the Cleaning Section of these instructions (see page 9).
❶❶ Assembling the NutraMilk (Refer to Components List on Page 5):
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Set the base (10) on a flat, steady surface with arm (7) tilted up away from the base.
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Place the mixing basin (8) on the center of the base with spigot hole at the front.
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Twist to lock in place.
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Insert neck of the dispensing spigot (11) into hole at front of the mixing basin (8) until
it clicks into place.
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Rotate the lid (1) counter-clockwise to unlock and remove.
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Insert the inner filter (5) within the mixing basin (8) and center it into position.
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Carefully align cutting blade (3) with center post of base and press firmly to install.
WARNING: LACERATION HAZARD - Handle blade carefully; it is very sharp.
Make sure unit is unplugged before installing or removing blade.
Place wiper blades (2) into inner filter (5).
Replace lid (1) and twist clockwise to lock into place.
Lower arm (7) to lock into top of lid (1). If the wiper drive gear (6) does not line up
when lowering the arm (7), rotate the wiper blades (2) a quarter turn by hand and
lower arm again.
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Plug the power cord (12) into a grounded wall outlet (Illus. A) and press the power
switch (14) at the back of the appliance (Illus. B). The LCD readout (16) will display
“00”.
Notes:
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Before plugging the NutraMilk machine into a wall outlet, check that the
electrical circuit is not overloaded with other appliances.
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If the LCD displays “Er” when any function button is pressed, the components
have not been assembled correctly. Unplug the unit and re-assemble its
components.
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❷❷ Making Alternative Butter:
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Ensure that the cutting blade is properly positioned.
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Fill the inner filter (5) with your preferred nut or seed (Illus. C).
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If you intend to make alternative milk from this butter, the minimum amount
of ingredients is 1 cup.
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If you intend to make alternative butter, a minimum 2 cups of ingredients are
required. Refer to our Recommended Ratios & Processing Times chart on page
10 for guidance.
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Press the BUTTER button (Illus. D) and then the START/STOP button (22) (Illus. E) to
begin the process of making butter.
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The default BUTTER time is 16 minutes. To increase the desired time, press the UP
button (17). To decrease the desired BUTTER time, press the DOWN button (18).
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The UP and DOWN buttons (17 & 18) increase or decrease time by one minute.
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Maximum possible BUTTER time is 25 minutes.
Timer will count down as the butter process runs.
When the butter process is complete, the LCD readout (16) will display “00”.
To stop the butter process at any time, press the START/STOP button (22) and the LCD
readout (16) will display “00”. Pressing any function button will also stop the butter
process.
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❸❸ Making Alternative Milk:
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Mixing Cycle
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First run a butter process as described in step 2 with at least 1 cup of the
ingredients of your choosing.
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Once the butter process is complete and the machine is fully stopped, press
the release button (4), raise the arm (7), and open the lid (1) by turning it
counter-clockwise. Add 2 quarts (about 2 liters) of water to the nut butter in
the inner filter (5) (Illus. F).
-Note: Use cool water when making alternative milk. Do not use hot
water in your NutraMilk or you may damage your machine!
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Close the lid (1) and turn it clockwise to lock, lower arm (7), and press to lock
into top of lid (1).
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Press the MIX button (20) (Illus. G) and then the START/STOP button (22)
(Illus. H) to mix the water with the butter.
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The default mixing time is 1 minute. Press the UP and DOWN buttons (17 & 18)
to change to the desired mixing time.
-The UP and DOWN buttons (17 & 18) increase or decrease time by one
minute.
-Maximum possible MIX time is 25 minutes.
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To stop the mixing process, press the START/STOP button (22) again at any
time. The unit will display “00” on the LCD readout (16). Pressing any function
button will also stop the mixing process.
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As the machine’s cutting blade (3) turns, the combined water and butter are
pressed through fine 100 grade mesh filters on either side of the inner filter (5),
sifting out fine particles and emulsifying the nut butter in the water.
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The filtered milk fills the outer portion of the mixing basin (8) until the process
is complete.
Dispensing Process
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Place a glass or plastic storage container beneath the dispensing spigot (11) of
the machine.
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Once the mixing process is complete, press the DISPENSE button (21)
(Illus. I) and then the START/STOP button (22) (Illus. J).
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Press the DISPENSE button (21) at any time to stop this process. The LCD
readout (16) will display “00” when the process has been cancelled.
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Lift dispensing spigot’s (11) lever while the machine is running and add your
freshly made milk to the storage container (Illus. K).
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Refrigerate alternative milk after dispensing. Alternative milk will remain fresh
for 5-6 days when stored in an airtight container inside a refrigerator.
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K
Note: For best performance, please allow your machine to cool down for 7 minutes before
starting the next cycle.
❹❹ Sleep Mode:
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Your NutraMilk will enter “Sleep mode” automatically after 20 seconds of inactivity.
The brightness of the LCD readout (16) will dim in order to save power.
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Touching any button will turn the machine back on and the LCD readout’s (16)
brightness will return to normal.
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For best results, Brewista recommends powering off and unplugging your NutraMilk
after each use.
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❺❺ Cleaning and Maintenance:
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This appliance contains no user-serviceable parts and requires little maintenance.
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Refer any servicing or repairs to qualified personnel.
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Clean your NutraMilk regularly.
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Clean the outside of the base (8) and the attached arm (7) with a damp, soft
cloth (Illus. L). Use the included brush to clean the mesh portions of the inner
filter (5).
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Disassemble and clean the basins, blades, and wiper blades with dish detergent and
rinse thoroughly with water OR wash in a dishwasher (top rack recommended).
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Do not use abrasive cleaners.
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All parts except the base (8) are dishwasher safe - top rack recommended.
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After cleaning, dry all components thoroughly prior to storage.
WARNING: Never immerse the base in water or other liquids (Illus. M).
WARNING: Always unplug the appliance prior to cleaning.
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❻❻ Storage:
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Clean and dry all parts before storing.
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Store the NutraMilk in its box or in a clean, dry place out of reach of children.
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Never wrap the power cord around the appliance.
❼❼ Troubleshooting:
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If the LCD displays “Er” when any function button is pressed, the components have
not been assembled correctly. Unplug the unit and re-assemble its components.
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If the wiper drive gear (6) does not line up when lowering the arm (7) into place,
rotate the wiper blades (2) a quarter turn by hand and lower arm again.
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LCD displays “OL” - The NutraMilk is equipped with overload protection to protect it
from electrical overload. When a power overload is detected, the LCD display will
blink “OL” and all button lights will blink. Unplug the unit and ensure there is nothing
blocking the blades.
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START/STOP button (22) is not working - If no function was chosen prior to pressing
the START/STOP button (22), the LCD readout (16) will blink “00” for 3 seconds.
Choose a function button (BUTTER, MIX, or DISPENSE) and press the START/STOP
button (22) again.
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Recommended Ratios & Processing Times
Refer to the below charts for the best results with your NutraMilk:
Ingredients
Minimum Amount
Maximum Amount
Dry Ingredients (for Butters)
2 cups
3 cups
Dry Ingredients (for Milks)
1 cup
3 cups
Water
3 cups (240 mL)
2 quarts (2 L)
Note: Brewista recommends using 1 cup of nuts or seeds per 1 quart of water when making
alternative milks. For a more robust alternative milk, use 1-1/2 cups per 1 quart of water.
A Note about Volumes: Please refer to the Recipe Book or www.thenutramilk.com for volume
measurements in grams for various types of nuts and seeds.
Select your ingredients, choose your end product (i.e. butter or milk), then refer to the chart
below for the processing time recommended during the BUTTER cycle.
Suggested BUTTER Cycle
Making Alternative Butter
Making Alternative Milk
Processing Times
(with 2 cups Raw Ingredients) (with 2 cups Raw Ingredients)
Nuts
Almonds
12-13 min
To make milk, first make
Brazil Nuts
2 min
butter. Add up to 2 liters
of water to container with
Cashew Nuts
5-6 min
butter and replace lid.
Hazelnuts
15-16 min
Press the MIX button then
Macadamia Nuts
4-5 min
the START/STOP button.
Pecans
3-4 min
Motor will run for one
Pistachio Nuts
5-6 min
minute. Place separate
Walnuts
5-6 min
container under spigot, press
Coconuts (Young Thai, no husk) 3-4 min
the DISPENSE button then
Seeds
the START/STOP button.
Hemp
5-6 min
Open spigot while motor is
Sunflower
14-15 min
running to dispense milk.
Pumpkin
10-11 min
*Oats and Rice do not butter.
Sesame & Black Sesame
15-16 min
To make Oat or Rice Milk,
Grains & Legumes
process
those ingredients for
Peanuts
2-3 min
specified time on the BUTTER
Adzuki Beans
1 min
cycle, then follow MILK
Oats
[1 min]*
instructions above.
Rice
[2-3 minutes]*
Important Note: Processing times may vary by a few minutes depending on the moisture content
of your ingredients.
WARNING: Never leave the unit unattended while appliance is
running, especially if there are children nearby.
WARNING: Do not open the lid while blades are turning.
WARNING: Do not immerse the base in water or any other liquid.
This may cause electric shock or damage the appliance.
WARNING: Be careful when handling sharp blades.
Danger of laceration!
LIMITED WARRANTY
1-Year Limited Warranty from the date of original purchase.
1. This warranty extends only to the original consumer, purchaser, or gift recipient.
Keep the original sales receipt, as proof of purchase is required to make a warranty
claim. The product must be purchased at an authorized retailer for the warranty to
be valid.
2. Defects that occur due to improper connection, improper handling, poor water
quality, or repair attempts by non-authorized persons are not covered by the
warranty. The same applies for failure to comply with the use of consumables
(e.g. cleaning and decalcifying agents) that do not correspond to the original
specifications.
3. Routine wear parts (e.g. seals and valves, blades) and fragile parts, like glass, are
excluded from the warranty.
4. Damages which are not under responsibility of the manufacturer are not covered
by the warranty. This is valid, especially for claims arising from improper use (e.g.
operation with wrong type of current or voltage).
5. The guarantee becomes void if repairs are carried out by third parties, who are not
authorized by the manufacturer to do so and/or if spare parts are used other those
from the original equipment manufacturer.
6. Failure to comply with any important safeguards listed in section 1 will void the
limited warranty.
To make a warranty claim, do not return this appliance to the store. Please email
help@mybrewista.com or call 1-888-538-8683. For faster service, locate the model,
type, and serial numbers on your appliance and have available for the call or include in
your email.
Correct Disposal of this Product
This symbol indicates that this product should not be disposed of
with other household wastes throughout the European Union. To
prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from
uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote
the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used
device, please use the return and collection systems or contact
the retailer where the product was purchased. They can collect
this product for environmentally safe recycling.
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BRNMC2L Series
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