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“When life gives you lemon’s, you make lemonade”
What happens when life gives you a “lemon” juicer? Guess what, it will not give you lemonade… Yes, we will help you pick out a decent juicer that is not a “lemon”. The key is to avoid juicers that have a lot of negative reviews and stick to those with the best reviews.
What can I make with my juicer?
Now that you have a juicer, or are thinking about getting one, you need to know what to make with it. We want you to have the healthiest Juicer Recipes, so you can put your juicer to work immediately! Bookmark our juicer recipes, so you can reference them quickly.
We have organized the juicer recipes by fruit or vegetable. Select one from the navigation menu above, and find a new favorite! These recipes are very healthy and taste great! If you have one that you would like to share, please visit our contact page.
You can make more than juice with your juicer. You can make baby food, pasta, sauces, soups, creams, nut butter, and many more! If you get the right juicer, it can act as a food processor.
Are there any juice diets that I can go on?
What about a Juice Diet? Have you tried one? Many have lost a lot of weight in a healthy way on juice diet. You can too. If you are interested in a juice fast, we have information on it. Fasting with fresh, organic juice, is a quick way to detox while putting healthy vitamins and minerals back into your system. Many use this type of detox on a frequent basis. Make sure you check out our section about this, so you can avoid the dangerous pitfalls of attempting this type of dieting.
Some individuals should not attempt a juice fast. Where do you fit in? Should you try one? There are many risks involved.. Find out here: Juice Fasting.
What kind of juicers are there?
Do you know the difference between a masticating juicer and a centrifugal juicer? A masticating juicer or single gear juicer features a auger. Often the auger turns very slowly to “crush” the vegetable or fruit. Most masticating juicers push the produce against a screen, forcing the juice out. Most masticating juicers turn at very low RPM’s, so the juice does not heat up. When the juice is heated up, the heat can damage the enzymes and the juice will lose some of its nutritional value. These types of juicers do not produce much foam. If you have used a centrifugal juicer, you would have noticed that they produce a lot of foam when they juice.
Another benefit of a masticating juicer is that it is quieter than other models. This is important if you are trying to juice early in the morning or late at night when your family is sleeping. One of the downsides is that these types of juicers often cost a lot more than the other styles.
The masticating juicer will give you the driest pulp. You will go through smaller amounts of fruit and vegetables while using one. This can lead to a lot of savings for you if you juice frequently. Often these types of juicers will yield 20% to 30% more juice!
Do you want to make your own baby food? With a masticating juicer, you can do just that! The advantage is that you can pick organic foods to process. That way your baby gets the healthiest meal possible! Your baby will thank you for it!
What about fresh peanut butter or any type of nut butter? Yes, you can make that also! This type of juicer often fits into the “food processor” category of kitchen appliances. This is nice, especially if organic, healthy food that you have a part in creating is important to you. If you are interested in one of these juicers, read some Masticating Juice Machine Reviews
Most people who start juicing with a centrifugal juicer. Then, if they start juicing on a daily basis, they eventually upgrade to a masticating juicer. What is a centrifugal juicer?
This type of juicer operates at very high RPM’s or speed. Often they are extremely loud (depending on the make and model). Most of them have a grinding blade that is at the bottom of a feeding chute. Some models have a small chute, and you have to cut your fruits and vegetables up into small pieces. Often these juicers operate at RPM’s up to 15,000! They really turn fast!
Centrifugal juicers are the lowest priced juicers on the market. They are a great way to get into juicing without spending a lot of money. The downside is that they tend to leave a lot of juice in the pulp. They also create a lot of foam compared to a masticating juicer. They also heat up the juice during the grinding and spinning process. To get around this some people put their fruits and vegetables into the refrigerator and cool them prior to juicing. I have not seen any data to suggest that this works, but some have reported that it does. If you are interested in one of these juicers, read some Centrifugal Juice Machine Reviews
How Our Juicer Reviews Are Different
We only write reviews on juice extractors that provide real value to consumers. We check each model to make sure that they are highly rated prior to us writing a juicer review on it. The secret to quality reviews is to read up on the current models and make sure they are not low quality or have a high return rate. If a juicer has a high return rate, I question any positive reviews regarding it.
First off, we are juicing fanatics. We believe in juicing and the health benefits you can get from drinking organic juice. So when we take the time to write some juice machine reviews (and some of the reviews we write take hours and hours…) we evaluate the juicer from our perspective. We want our juicer to last a long time, and do its job. I really dislike returning a juicer because it does not work or it breaks down quickly. We also want you to come back to our site because our reviews provide you real value.