You can save some money and time by using a centrifugal juice machine. They are a lot cheaper than a masticating juicer, and they juice a lot faster. There are some differences between them that you should consider before you choose to get a centrifugal juice exctractor or not. The link above will take you to the pros and cons of masticating juicers. Here are some juicer reviews of the top centrifugal juicers:
- Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus 850-Watt Juice Extractor. Breville is known for making the best centrifugal juicers on the market. They are fast, quiet (quieter that other models in their class), and last longer than other brands. Click the link above to read the full review.
- Breville BJE200XL 700-Watt Compact Juice Fountain. This little juicer can put out 14,000 RPM’s! This juice machine is insanely fast. It is great for those who want to juice daily. Click the link to get the full scoop on this centrifugal juice machine.
- Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite 1000-Watt Juice Extractor. This machine has dual speed controls. You can use the high setting to grind up hard fruits and vegetables, and use the slow setting for softer produce. Click on the link above to read more about it.
- Jack Lalanne PJP Power Juicer Pro Stainless-Steel Electric Juicer. This model is the best juicer Jack has ever made. It is a decent model, and you can read the full review by clicking on the link above.
Why Choose A Centrifugal Juice Extractor?
A centrifugal juice machine is good for extremely busy people. The top models all have a wide feed chute, so you do not have to cut up the produce as much. Most of the Breville models have a 3 inch feed chute, so you can place an entire apple in it! They clean up faster than a masticating juicer. The extraction process happens very quickly with a centrifugal juice extractor. The fruit or vegetable is pressed up against a grinding blade, and then it is spun off at a high speed against a filter.
Which Centrifugal Juice Machine Is The Best?
There are several models you should look at. The first brand is Breville. They make the best centrifugal juice extractors. After that, consider a model by Jack Lalanne, Omega or Kuvings. For an occasional juicer, take a look at a Black & Decker. They are inexpensive, but you get what you pay for. If you have a vacation home, plan on using it a few times a month, or want a starter juicer, this juicer is for you. But, they are not heavy duty, and are not considered a Commercial Juicer.
Can You Use One To Juice Wheatgrass?
It is possible to use a centrifugal juice machine to extract juice from wheatgrass. But, it is far from ideal as it is very soft and leafy. A masticating juicer is the way to go on this. To get any juice out of it, you are going to use up a large quantity.