It is the most frothy with leafy greens, or soft fruit like orange, or beets. With carrots, apples, celery, ginger, lemons, and similar things it does pretty well. I do cut things up especially cellery since the strings wrap around the cutter if I don't. Is there any way to know other than the amount of use of a cutter to determine if it is dull. Is there a performance test of some sort where you can be sure, or is it if you are asking it probably needs it. How does the Champion with a new cutter perform different from one with an oler cutter? Since I bought it used I don't know the history of the cutter.
I also have a question about wheat grass, everyone seems to say the Champion cannot do wheatgrass, but in the manual it says WHEAT GRASS JUICE
Type of Vegetable to Use: Freshly cut wheat
Preparing the Vegetables: Cut the grass in 2 inch
lengths, 6 cups of grass yield 6 ounces of juice.
Feeding Process: Juice the wheat grass a small
amount at a time, alternating with a small amount
of water, until all is juiced. For a tastier nutritious
drink, add 6 walnuts and four cups of carrot
Is that considered different than the wheat grass people talk about?
more info on this?
I posted an observation on here a year ago on 5/10/11. Following up now. Still loving the 8003 that I've used for several years, but also love my old Champion. Like another poster, mine is too old to get the wg attachment, but I can't imagine how the greens could get that heated up since the device spits the greens out like a cannon compared to my 8003. Reviews on Amazon haven't been good for the attachment, but as stated earlier, a lot of that is probably by newbies.