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HOW DID JOE CLEAN HIS JUICER?

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Posted by JohnC on 9 months ago

HEY JOE... HOW DID YOU CLEAN YOUR JUISER WHILE ON THE ROAD FOR 30 DAYS?

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  • Soose

    9 months ago

    I've wondered quite a bit about the same thing -- how did Joe clean his juicer on the road during the day? I've wondered because my brother retired and went traveling -- trucking, actually -- and we've talked about how one would juice on the road.

    I was wondering about taking along a 5 gallon bucket or two of them. Could fill one with salt and/or vinegar water for soaking produce. Not everyone then scrubs all their produce, some only soak it. (But you need to get the vinegar off -- I think the acid will cause some juice to coagulate, at least I've had that happen when I washed with vinegar, although that's not for certain the cause. )

    The Breville is pretty easy to just rinse off, I think. (I have a look-alike and mine is easy.) You could use a bucket for that.

    And he must have had a power inverter for the car, or a powerful battery -- don't they have those for boats and camping?

    I assume he had a hotel room at night and prepped in some way for the next day on the road. Maybe he made most of his juice ahead and kept it in a cooler, and only actually juiced out of the back of his car when he wanted to do a demo with someone on camera? But even that one demo would be a challenge to solve how to clean up.

    ( Surely he did not pay for a camera crew for the whole journey, 60 days. You'd have to pay travel and lodging for the crew. So I was assuming after realizing that, maybe he filmed certain segments along the way with appointments for a camera crew for each segment? But maybe he just hired a crew for the whole journey - seems wasteful, though. Somewhere I read - maybe the book ? - that it was awfully expensive. Even one partial day with a good camera crew is surely very expensive? )

    Inquiring minds want to know, lol!

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