Juicers

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In my opinion, the Vitamix and the Healthmaster juicer are the best machines on the market. 

 

However you may have different needs - or a different budget.  Here are some other juicers which have received good reviews:
  The Champion Juicer is driven by a 1/3 horsepower heavy-duty motor that separates juice from pulp in a continuous operation. Used in professional kitchens, it can wring the juice out of fennel and ginseng as well as carrots or watermelon. Fruits and vegetables are sent down the feed tube, juice drains out of the screen holder, and pulp slides out the tapered end. No intermittent cleaning is required. Try pressing frozen pieces of banana down the feed tube to make instant all-fruit ice. The included recipe book explains how to produce juices, sauces, sorbets, nut butters, and baby foods.

Waring JEX328 Health Juice Extractor

The Waring Juice Extractor takes juicing to the next level. A high-speed 400-watt motor makes the extraction process efficient, and makers of carrot juice will especially appreciate the brushed stainless-steel housing--the extractor won't turn orange with age.

Everyone who's ever owned a juicer knows that cleanup is the biggest downfall of home juicing. With the Waring, that won't be an issue--the compact strainer, pulp collector, lid, and juice collector are all dishwasher-safe, and the stainless-steel body wipes clean with a sponge. The extractor's die-cast base stays steady on the countertop, and its cushioned feet will minimize vibration, protecting the countertop from scratches. The extractor comes with an instruction book, a five-year limited warranty on the motor, and a one-year limited appliance warranty.

 
MetroKane Chef's Juicer

Considered by many to be the best citrus juicer under $100, Metrokane's Chef's Juicer is a beautiful piece of equipment, and not so large (17 inches high, 5-1/2 inches wide, and 7 inches deep) that it wouldn't fit on almost any kitchen counter. And it should be displayed, as it's fairly elegant, with a shining chrome finish. But the real plus is in the final product--the juice.


As attractive as it is professionally functional, this chrome juicer generates powerful pressure to quickly squeeze every drop of juice out of oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and limes. And it extracts sweet juice without scraping bitter oil from the fruits' skins, as electric juicers often do. Its rack-and-pinion gear system and bar handle generate pressure with little effort, and the spring-action handle snaps back automatically for convenience and speed. For stability, there's a grip for the left hand while the right hand pulls down the handle. Accompanying the juicer is a 2-cup, mirror-finish, stainless-steel juice cup with a removable strainer/cone for easy cleanup. The juicer measures 17 inches high, 5-1/2 inches wide, and 7 inches deep, and its moving parts carry a lifetime warranty against defects.

 

 

Braun MPZ22 Citromatic Deluxe Citrus Juicer

Driven by a 60-watt motor, this powerful citrus juicer delivers an unlimited amount of juice directly into a container through an anti-drip spout. If you need to interrupt the juice flow, the spout snaps into a locked position. Easy to clean, the juicer is made of hard, gleaming plastic and comes with a clear plastic dust cover to protect the juicing cone. With the dust cover in place, the juicer stands 9 inches high and is 6-1/2 inches in diameter.

 

 

 

 

Juiceman II JM410 Juice Extractor

Whether you're into nutrition-laden wheatgrass tonics or really superb fresh orange juice, a juicer is a great way to go. Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of a healthy diet, and additive-free fresh juice is a convenient and quick alternative to eating all of them whole. This professional-quality Juiceman makes the process very quick for the serious juice enthusiast. A few simple twists attach and detach the juice bowl, blade basket, and cover to and from the base unit, which has a footprint comparable to the average blender. Produce cut to the appropriate size goes in the feed tube, then is gently pressed into the blade basket with a plunger. Juice pours out one spout and the pulp--including seeds and skin--shoots out into a separate pulp basket. It has two speed settings, low for softer produce such as oranges and apples and high for harder fruits and vegetables such as carrots and pineapples--in practice this unit is plenty powerful enough to almost instantly go through baby carrots at low speed. Enjoy the juice and use the pulp in recipes such as those for carrot cake. A basic cookbook and audiotape of juicing tips are included

 

Juiceman Jr. Juice Extractor

This juicer is good for someone who isn't sure if juicing is for them. It gives you the opportunity to try various juice recipes without investing a lot of money in the more expensive juicers.

Getting 5 servings of fruits and vegetables each day is a little easier with the Juiceman Jr. juice extractor. Stainless steel blades and a high-tech, micro-mesh basket make pulp-free juice any time of day. Even juices rinds, stems and seeds (yes, some of these are actually good for you and taste good, too). Features a clear, high-impact dome. Snap-apart components for easy cleanup and reassembly. Comes with food plunger, large pulp receptacle, audio cassette with juicing tips, and a fresh juice recipe book and menu planner. Imported. 12Hx16Wx8D".

   
   






 



 

 

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