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Tips on Buying a Juicer

Tips on Buying a Juicer

I bought my first juicer 1989 when I saw The Juiceman infomercial on TV. 

Since then, I have owned at least 20, maybe more. The juicer I currently use is a Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer. I have found this to be one of the best juicers I have owned.  It slowly chops and extracts fruits and vegetables at 60rpm, without destroying any nutrients.  That's is the main benefit of a slow juicer. Plus, this one has a large feeding tube to accommodate whole ingredients. 

Kuvings Juicer

"Single auger slow juicers such as the Kuvings Slow Whole Juicer, are perfect for vegetables, leafy greens, and can also easily make nut milks." 

Another juicer I like a lot, especially for juicing fruits with rinds such as watermelon and pineapple, is the Breville Juice Fountain Cold. This juicer is very easy to use and clean. It’s a high speed centrifugal juicer with new technology that does not appear to damage the produce and much as other high speed juicers. I have owned many Breville Juicers and they are very nice. This juicer is great for people new to juicing. 

Breville Juicer

I suggest using a Bed, Bath, and Beyond 20% coupon to save on your juice purchase. BBB has many juicers to choose from, so don’t just look at these two I mentioned here. Shop around, ask questions, and buy what you can afford and what will work for your needs.

NOTE: I don’t get anything for recommending these juicers, I am just passing on the information, since so many people have asked. I am not an affiliate of either company and get no monetary reward for this article or links provided. 
 

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