Am new here and got great support in the Welcome Area! Thanks to all that posted there.
I did do a search looking for posts on my question but found none, perhaps I used wrong search words......Anyway I am veggie juicing.
I am looking for a better way if any, to store my juice for a day or two. So I can make it during one juicing for the day or two. I currently use a hand pump called the pump and seal I got on line. It was only about 20 bucks. It does remove the air but makes alot of added froth and bubbles while doing so. It looks like the bubbles collapse during the final pumping. The juice is fresher than not using this device but I am wondering if there is a better way as the juice still does not taste as good as fresh. Just trying to improve the nutritional quality and help it go down better! LOL
Before I bought the pump and seal thingy I would fill the mason jars all the way to the top and then seal them with the lids. I read this tip on line and it was supposed to keep the juice fresh. It did not. It would turn brown and rotton tasting and would not last the day. I do use alot of greens!
Then I got the above device and as I said it does work better but makes too much froth and air bubbles as it is removing the air.
So now I am considering getting the gadget with the bags and canisters you buy at the store. I forget the exact name. It is used to store stuff in the freezer etc. It removes all the air but not by hand as with the cheapo thingy. I have lots of kitchen gadgets though, so not sure if I should buy it. It is expensive but if it works better than what I am using I will buy it.
Any tips or suggestions on what works for others if anything does, would be greatly appreciated! Making up the juice during one time frame does help with my following thru throughout the day cause then I can just get it from the fridge instead of juicing and cleaning up each time. Something I fail to do more than once per day. I do know the best is to juice fresh.