Group RebootsPosted by Soose on 1 year ago
Took photos yesterday. I was doing more than one batch. Juiced carrots and beets, greens, etc. You can see this is real life, not some fancy setup. lol
I currently own:
Two old Centrifugal Juicers (the upright type); the better-working one is what I am currently using for carrots/beets, because it's SO quick and easy to clean, and the mesh basket does not seem to get loaded up with pulp at all; and it collects pulp in a separate container.
A very old Champion juicer. (We rebuilt it but it seems to heat the juice, and is so heavy to put out on the counter. I don't use it. )
A Slowstar expensive "all in one" juicer that I am going to sell. I do like that it has a very small foot print on the countertop.
A Blendtek high-speed blender. (A little filtered water added for some juices doesn't bother me.)
A wrought-iron hydraulic juice press.
The last two pieces are what I use daily. Blend (add a bit of filtered water) and press. Very quick, easy to clean up. Fits in with my lifestyle. If I'm doing carrots, I'll throw them thru the better of the two centrifugals first, then press the remaining (imperfectly juiced) pulp.
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