Juicers: Juice for Your Juicing Journey

There’s a lot to be said about juicing; a common use for it is to do a juice cleanse. This usually means that people will replace all of their meals with juices, but that’s not the only way to juice. You can juice just to juice. To start this journey, you need to get the right juicer for the type of juicing you want to do. So here’s an explanation of the three different types of juicers that exist.

1. Cold or Hydraulic Press

It’s on the more expensive side but gives you the best juice. The result is a smooth juice and a long-lasting juicer. When making juice with this, it’s best to be consumed within five days.

Norwalk Juicer

Norwalk Juicer

Pure Juicer

Pure Juicer

2. Centrifugal Juicers

A fast juicer like this maks juice that should be consumed within 24 hours of making it.

Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain

Breville BJE200XL Compact Juice Fountain

Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus

Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus

Breville Juice Fountain Cold XL BJE830SIL Electric Juicer

Breville Juice Fountain Cold XL BJE830SIL Electric Juicer

3. Masticating Juicer

This is a slow juicer that has more of a slow-grinding motion, this way you will get more nutrients out of your fruits and vegetables. This juice is best within 72 hours of making it.

Breville BJS700SIL Big Squeeze Slow Juicer

Breville BJS700SIL Big Squeeze Slow Juicer

Hurom HZ Slow Juicer, Rose Gold

Hurom HZ Slow Juicer, Rose Gold

Omega MMV700S MegaMouth Vertical Low-Speed Quiet Juicer with Smart Cap Spout Tap

Omega MMV700S MegaMouth Vertical Low Speed Quiet Juicer with Smart Cap Spout Tap

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Moises Mendez
Moises Mendez

Moises is a full-time graduate student at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY reporting mainly on food and restaurants but maintains overall emphasis on arts and culture.

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