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JUICERS Reviews & Info

I must admit, juicers were not at the top of my can’t-do-without list of small appliances from the start – but I’m so glad that changed! Forced to meet a health challenge with no medical solution in sight, I came to the conclusion that improving my nutrition could do no harm. And juicing would take a prominent role.

Choosing the best juicer to add to my line of sous-chefs rose to the top of my list of Things To Do. 😉 Faced with masticating, centrifugal and even wheatgrass juicers, I quickly realized that I had my work cut out. So I dug in my heels and went to work. Here’s what I found out:

Best Breville juicer for you?

Best Breville JuicerSelecting the best Breville juicer is not an easy task. Coming from Down Under, they’re all so good looking and abundantly appealing… so how do you pick THE one that will best serve you? Breville see themselves as “food thinkers” who seize inspiration from their food insights to innovate and “create simple moments of brilliance” as they so humbly put it. Their small appliances have been extremely well received – their juice fountains in particular. Let’s find out if these Aussies can truly deliver, shall we?[…]

Best Juicer Blender Combo

Best Juicer Blender ComboLooking for the best juicer blender combo so you can enjoy both healthy juices AND smoothies too? The main difference between juicer and blender is that juicers turn fruit and vegetables into naturally healthy beverages, eliminating the pulp to produce easily digestible, healthy drinks. Blenders on the other hand blend the pulp into thicker drinks like smoothies and milkshakes and can also crush ice. If you have to purchase a separate juicer and blender, you can end up spending a lot of money for some quality products.[…]

Omega VRT350: a Healthy Juicer

Omega VRT350 JuicerA relatively new comer on the juicing circuit, the Omega VRT350 offers a truly golden opportunity: the choice to live mindfully and promote a healthier body each and every day. Simply by doing what it does best, the VRT350 empowers you to provide your body with a quick but powerful, healthy glass of fresh vegetable or fruit juice to get started on the right foot.[…]

Hurom Slow Juicers: Slowly Does It

Hurom Slow JuicersDid you know that Hurom slow juicers juice faster than most traditional juicers, with a yield up to 35% higher AND much drier pulp? While traditional high-speed juicers typically use anywhere from 1,000 to 24,000 RPMs, Huroms operate at 43RPMs (similar to hand pressing) producing a much healthier juice, since the cellular structure of your fruit and vegetables does not get disrupted as happens with traditional high-speed juicers. The slow RPM of these Hurom masticating juicers also eliminates separation and more importantly oxidation for a healthier and fresh tasting juice. All that while remaining “blessedly quiet”![…]

Breville 800JEXL Review

Breville 800JEXL ReviewTired of paying through the nose for designer juices at your local juice bar? Our Breville 800JEXL review will show you why the Breville Elite juicer was created with you in mind. Classified as one of their professional grade tools, it offers “commercial performance, home kitchen convenience”, according to the manufacturer. In fact, it has proven so fast, powerful and efficient that many juice bars are actually replacing their $3000 machines with a Breville 800JEXL juice fountain Elite. So what’s so special about this particular juice fountain?[…]

The Juicer vs Blender Argument

juicer versus blenderStuck in the middle of a juicer vs blender argument? Perhaps you don’t have the finances to purchase two separate machines. Maybe you want to find out if one of these helpful kitchen products, a blender or a juicer, can handle the job of its counterpart as well. That would mean you could simply purchase one kitchen appliance instead of two, saving room on your crowded counter and putting a few dollars back in your pocket. Let’s dig a little deeper into the juicer versus blender battle and see what we find.[…]

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