View Full Version : What's a good juicer for juicing mostly greens?
09-04-2008, 10:44 PM
Hey y'all. I currently have a Champion juicer for my juicing, etc. I'm getting into mostly green juices, and my Champion is fine for them........but I want to buy another juicer to keep at my boyfriend's house. I don't want to buy another expensive one, though.
So, any ideas for a juicer that can handle lots of greens and is priced moderately? (price range around one hundred to one hundred fifty bucks).
09-05-2008, 02:46 AM
There's a Jack LaLane Juicer on hsn.com which also makes Milks, like almond etc, for 99 + SH.
09-05-2008, 05:00 AM
I love my Champion but it's really inefficient for greens. I'm hoping to upgrade to a Greenstar.
09-05-2008, 06:41 AM
any cheap blender , fill half with water , then greens and blend , then strain through fine metal mesh strainer . then put the pulverized greens back in blender , add more water , blend again to get more out of em . ive done wheatgrass, spinach ,etc like this . works great . plus can do vegis and fruit like this .
Yes, I use my viamix as well, only I strain thru paint strainer bags. Much easier than my greenstar.
09-22-2008, 10:47 AM
I own 3 juicers the Green Star and both Samsons, Green Power and The 6 in 1 (GB-9001).
The Green Star is certaintly the most robust but I use the Samson 6 in 1 the most as its fun and easy to use and clean.
I really think the Samson 6 in 1 is a great juicer and if I had it first would not have purchased the Green Star.
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