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  • futarfutar Raw Newbie
    edited October 2019

    When deciding which type of juicer is for you, the first thing you’ll need to think about is what kinds of juice you’d like to make most often. Look for a juicer with high yields for the produce you’ll be juicing. Masticating juicers work best for leafy greens, producing high amounts of dry pulp, which mean less juice waste and lower cost in the long term. If you’ll only be juicing fruits and hard vegetables, a high-quality, less expensive centrifugal juicer may be your best bet.

    ClaireT
  • grgraysongrgrayson Raw Newbie
    stefanm said:

    After 2 years of using Breville BJE200XL centrifugal juicer, I found that I grow from it. On the start of my juicing journey, I use mostly citrus fruits, but with new experience I start to prepare most advanced juice, use vegies and sometimes wheatgrass, and I understand that centrifugal juicer do not satisfy my needs. This year I buy Omega J8004 masticating juicer, and now I can definitely say that a good masticating juicer can help you have a good juice taste. I do not want to say that centrifugal juicer make worse juice, consistence is not good enough for me now. For newbie in juicing, I will recommend to buy centrifugal lemon juicer for first time, because it is the cheaper than masticating, after one year you can definitely make a strong opinion about if you need a masticating juicer. Masticating juicers are more expensive, but it worth.

     good idea. That's what I suggested to my niece. Chewing juicers are great, as are slow juicers. We all know that most juicers do not completely squeeze out the fruits / vegetables after the juice has been extracted. The slow juicer can squeeze more juice, about 90%, and only the dried pulp is left. Expensive and worthwhile.

    ClaireT
  • evabrownevabrown Raw Newbie

    Hi zinfandel,

    Well there are number of juicers available in the market. I tried many of them but was not satisfied in the initial year. 

     
    I understood that before you make an investment in your first (or even next) juicer, read more about the three main types of juicers. Though individual machines may have special features or unique attributes, their basic functions will come down to one of these three: centrifugal, masticating, or triturating. These juicers vary in how they extract juice, how quickly they work, how high the quality of juice is, and even how loud they are.
     
    The right juicer for you may depend on the type of investment you’re willing to make, too. Juicing can be expensive, as can juicers. Expensive juicers are an up-front investment, but many of them are designed to extract the most juice from your produce possible. That ultimately saves you money and reduces food waste. Less expensive juicers may not cost as much right from the pocket, but they may not produce a high juice yield. In the end, you’ll need more fruit to get the amount of juice you want. 

    I personally am a celery juice junky. I just love it. I makes us feel so refreshed. The best juicer in celery you will find here in this popular portal called smore.com. I really like there list. 

    Apart from that if you need reviews on other types of juicer, you can check this url Juicerstation.com . They have some good reviews. 

    If you ask me the brand. I think omega is the best. 

  • brunob2479brunob2479 Raw Newbie

    Hi to all of you!

    I was able to find a great little website with juicer reviews and great juicing recipes.

    For example, this is one of the reviews there: Slowstar SW-2000 Juicer Review

  • Hi, a juicer under a $100 good for a household of 3 members. I don't want to spend much but still need an efficient unit.

    TammiTrue
  • beinghealthysbeinghealthys Raw Newbie
    edited October 2020

    Celery is fibrous which makes it difficult to juice. There are tons of celery juice juicers available in the market which are opted as best juicer for juicing celery. Usually masticating or centrifugal juicer is considered as the best kind of juicer for celery.

    But we highly recommended the Breville JE98XL juice fountain plus 850-watt juice extractor as it is a quality juicer that is affordable and provides quick celery juice. Also, you can opt for Omega NC900HDC, if you are ready to pay more money although omega juicer cost is more it is worth buying.

     

  • ClaireTClaireT Raw Master

    After reading this thread, I'm thinking that I might need two types of juicer. 

    TammiTrue
  • sakshi100plussakshi100plus Raw Newbie
    edited November 2020

    I am looking for a juicer-mixer-grinder. I have seen it another website , please help me as soon as possible. I am thinking it to gift to my friends

    TammiTrue
  • ClaireTClaireT Raw Master

    I keep a grinder specifically for nuts, etc. Using the blender for that scares me. 

    TammiTrue
  • kitchen_expertkitchen_expert Raw Newbie
    edited January 26

    Fresh juices are essential for health. It provide vitamin, iron and calcium.

    TammiTrue
  • maq27maq27 Raw Newbie
    edited February 28

    Hi zinfandel, there are many juicer on the market that are best to extract the juice from fruits and vegetables but i ,personally, like the Omega NC900 HDC. why, because it come with 15 years of warranty and have 5 setting speed to get high juicing yield so i personally  recommend the omega juicer for extract the large quantity juice. i hope . it will help you .

    Best regards: maq

  • edited March 8
    zinfandel said:

    I think I am leaning towards a Breville, but if it can't do greens then there is no way.

    Please let me know if you have any experience with the Breville and greens.

    Thanks!

     

  • jacktjackt Raw Newbie
    edited March 28

    Debate on juicers is really tough, because as you drag deep down in the matter you come up with so many choices, as the juicer itself has the 3 types

    1. Centrifugal

    2. Masticating

    3. Slow

    Due to such a diverse form of juicing machine it at times becomes hard to choose from. 

    From my point of view, I would say the Breville And Omega are ruling the world of juicing as far as it is concerned. Breville has soo many models with each coping up with the modern needs and the quality.

    Trust me you gonna read the reviews and you will be like this one is good for me, you will shift to the next review and be like now this fits for me. I would recommend you to take time understand the thing and the concept behind the juicers and then go for it

  • franklinsfranklins Raw Newbie
    I would suggest you to buy the slow juicer also known as coldpress juicer and masticating juicer. among these types of juicer i would recommend you to buy any of the Omega Juicers or Aicok juicer. These juicers provide high yield of juice and easy to operate with a lot of other qualities they have. Breville also looks good to me as they are fast and save time.
     

     

  • amberp7745amberp7745 Raw Jr. Leader

    I was looking for mine for a long time and ended up settling on a small one that I could take on a trip. It's still not very convenient, though. If it is important to you to have different attachments, then it is better to look at Bosch. If it's for the kitchen, then that would be just fine.

  • ncowanncowan Raw Jr. Leader

    I have a vitamix (hand me down!!)that I use all the time, but I feel like a juicer would still be a nice addition since I drink a lot of pulpy green Juicy right now. Does anyone have a favorite? Thanks so much.

    ClaireT
  • ncowanncowan Raw Jr. Leader
    ncowan said:

    I have a vitamix (hand me down!!)that I use all the time, but I feel like a juicer would still be a nice addition since I drink a lot of pulpy green Juicy right now. Does anyone have a favorite? Thanks so much.

     Does no one have a Vitamix juicer?

    ClaireT
  • ncowanncowan Raw Jr. Leader

    Hi there,

    Thought this would be a good place to ask. I wanted to start drinking vegetable juice instead of coffee in the morning but I don't really know what juicers are worth spending money on. My local Target sells a Ninja brand juicer for $80, but they sell another one or two cheaper brands for $40-50. Torn between a brand that I know and saving the extra $30 for a product that may be just as good.

    If you have any experience making juice at home, please feel free to share! Thank you for any advice or recommendations.

    ClaireT
  • ClaireTClaireT Raw Master

    I would be wary of the cheaper brands unless they come with decent warranties. 

  • ncowanncowan Raw Jr. Leader

    so, what do we need to do?

  • Nutriveggie101Nutriveggie101 Raw Jr. Superstar

    I use hurom, good price range, but above average,bpa free, and 15year motor warranty.

    I recommend cold press juicers,these are the type that are used in metabolic orthomolecular treatments for chronic illness, these juicers squeeze the juice out removing fiber and provide optimum amounts of nutrient in a small volume,its easier and faster to consume,we absorbe 100% and its ultra healthy!

    The spinning food processor types are OK if u have already bought one,but they oxidise the plant material,this is why it turns brown after a while.equally it has the same nutrition as eating the vegetables with slower absorbsion due to the fiber retention.

    My friends have opted for cold press,but went for Chinese copies on ebay£50-£100,so far they have all done very well lasted two years, just bpa made though,but they work.

     

     

  • Nutriveggie101Nutriveggie101 Raw Jr. Superstar

    Try and keep sugar to a minimum, it can give you a muggy head, my favourites if I'm off keto....

    1 green apple,4 carrots and bunch of parsley - cell rejuvenation 

    1 beet,4 carrots and 1inch ginger -liver cleanser and cell rejuvenation.

    1 green apple, 200g spinach 

    Pure carrot is a great shot for breaking your fast,breakfast!

    Add some fresh black pepper for 50% more absorbsion.

    I've done a six month cold press juice fast,amazing detox,that first solid meal was a bizarre feeling,you feel light once you remove those deep toxins from with muscle tissue etc you become less massive,interms of MASS and gravity effect.

     

     

     

  • I personally suggest the Hurom H101 Slow juicer. It comes in a budget and is very easy to clean. The juicing yield is pretty good too. Most of the Hurom H101 Juicer Review says these things about the juicer -

    • Can juice all types of food
    • Cleaning it, Is like a piece of cake!
    • Can preserve more amount nutrients compared to other juicers
    • Keeps the pulp dry
    • All metal parts are BPA free
    • Juice stays good for 72 hours
    • Has a nice titled chamber
    • Relatively quiet motor
    • Can easily be disassembled and assembled
    • The blade doesn’t have any sharp edges that make it safe
    • All the controls are very easy to use
    • The concept of the juicing screen is fascinating
    • Slowly squeezes the juice out from the dry pulp at 43 rpm speed

    So this is why I suggest this juicer as the best one.

  • ncowanncowan Raw Jr. Leader

    I'm really into juicing now and have realized that I don't like my current centrifugal juicer from Kenwood. Mainly because my eyes have been opened to the better options on the market from a demonstration of a masticating juicer at John Lewis (a department store in the UK). The orange juice that was served via the slower and far less aggressive process was velvety in texture and rich with flavor. Unlike my centrifugal juicer.

    The only problem was the demonstrated juicer is definitely a chore to clean and after searching the internet for a powerful and slow masticating juicer. That is easy to clean, I came across this one: It's called the Retro Cold Press Juicer, yes it looks cool, but more importantly, the juicing results look amazing! It seems to offer good value for the set of features. Could anyone assist with my search and suggest some other similar options, that could also prove even more affordable?

     

    ClaireT
  • ncowanncowan Raw Jr. Leader
    ncowan said:

     

    I'm really into juicing now and have realized that I don't like my current centrifugal juicer from Kenwood. Mainly because my eyes have been opened to the better options on the market from a demonstration of a masticating juicer at John Lewis (a department store in the UK). The orange juice that was served via the slower and far less aggressive process was velvety in texture and rich with flavor. Unlike my centrifugal juicer.

    The only problem was the demonstrated juicer is definitely a chore to clean and after searching the internet for a powerful and slow masticating juicer. That is easy to clean, I came across this one: It's called the Retro Cold Press Juicer, yes it looks cool, but more importantly, the juicing results look amazing! It seems to offer good value for the set of features. Could anyone assist with my search and suggest some other similar options, that could also prove even more affordable?

     no response

     

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