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07-15-2006, 12:25 PM
I've been thinking about getting a juicer, so I can make carrot juice and stuff, what brand works best? Now I am really broke so it can't be one of these 200$ juicers lol, doesn't have to be really fancy or anything, just has to get the job done. Any suggestions?
07-15-2006, 01:37 PM
Garage sales and thrift stores!!
I got my first juicer at a garage sale for $1.00
my next one at a thrift store for $5.00 <--- OH I love this one!
I was new in the box and AVOCADO GREEN!!!
It sat patiently waiting for it's destiny and now I give it what for haha
It has ben much easier to clean than the new fangled one
Other than that I can't assist because I don't buy things new I always buy used :)
I got my dehydrator for $4.99 at same said thrift store!!
Good luck :)
07-15-2006, 02:10 PM
I have a food processor with a variety of attachments, including citrus and standard juicer parts. I thought it wasn't as good as a 'real' juicer would be, so I tried several brands from the normal houseware type stores. (I can't afford the expensive ones, yet, either!) After a run of returning 4 different juicers (up to around 70 Euro), I finally decided that my little food processor is a gem!! I have to clean the pulp container once extra during juicing (my family of 5 drinks carrot juice daily), but I get lots of juice, it's easier to clean, and just plain works better!
Basically, what I am saying is to try one and if you are comfortable with what it can do for you, don't dream of anything else but the day you can get one of the 'Cadillacs' of the juicers that you want! That is what I finally decided! :)
07-15-2006, 05:31 PM
I am selling a l'equip in the classified section~
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