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09-09-2005, 06:02 PM
I am looking to purchase a new juicer. Any suggestions. I've researche champion and Omega but I am still unsure :confused: :confused:
09-09-2005, 06:46 PM
Honestly, I hate them all b/c I am lazy when it comes to cleaning them! ;)
but seriously, I have only owned one in my entire juicing life and it is the Jack Lalannes vital juicer $99.00 seems to be the norm for price. I juice the following fruits and veggies:
apples cut in wedges
carrots in pieces
pears in halves
beets in havles
lettuces all need to be bundled in thicker pieces
parsley and cilantro is better off wrapped around apple or celery to be juiced
watermelon even with rind
how much are you willing to spend? :)
09-09-2005, 06:57 PM
That would depend on price, quality and what you wish to do with them. Champion makes a truly wonderful juicer, especially for carrots. It's tough!!!
I chose a Green Star or Green Life or something over the Champion because I like to juice fruits and greens as well. Not that the Champion doesn't juice fruits and greens just that it tends to run really fast and tends to warm the juices also. I've found with the Green Life that I can actually keep the juices for a few days.
Mostly though, I blend all my greens, veggies and fruits. Faster, less clean up and keep all the fiber. Is there a health reason you are looking to alleviate with juicing? It's a good way to get LOTS of nutrients in.
There are a few threads here on juicers and which ones people like; plus I'm sure you'll receive more responses as well. :)
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