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Recommend a juicer?

#1 Postby beforewisdom » Mon Jun 25, 2018 7:25 pm

Recommend a juicer?

* I want a juicer, not a blender
* Something EASY to CLEAN
* Something that does green leafy vegetables well
* Something durable.

Anything else I should know?

Any big differences between centrifuge juicers and presses?

Will a presser juicer let me make juice I don't have to drink right away?

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Re: Recommend a juicer?

#2 Postby Magus66 » Tue Jun 26, 2018 9:13 am

Use a slow rotation juicer. Not these high speed rotating ones.

I have a Green Star Elite Tribest juicer (https://amzn.to/2yJE9aL) for 10+ years and it still runs smoothly and juices even salad.
Though it has a drawback: it's one of the more expensive ones. But if you have the money think about it this way: how much does ist cost you per year if it (only) lasts 10 years?

In any instance go with a slow rotation juicer like the Green Star.

Good luck!

P.S.
Did you read the books by Dr. Norman Walker on this topic?
No pain, no gain. :-)

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Re: Recommend a juicer?

#3 Postby beforewisdom » Tue Jun 26, 2018 6:27 pm

Magus66,

How easy to clean is the Green Star Elite Tribest?

Is it a centrifuge juicer?

Dr. Walker died a long time ago. I think juicer technology might have come a long way since then, that is why I ask.

I read his books a life time ago. I don't think what he wrote had science behind it. I have other reason for wanting to drink vegetable juices.

No disrespect intended.

Thanks for the recommendation. I will check out the reviews for the Tribest juicer.

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Re: Recommend a juicer?

#4 Postby Magus66 » Tue Jun 26, 2018 10:49 pm

Hi!

It is quite easy to clean. You have 7 parts to clean. Most of them you just put under water and rub them a little bit, done. Only the strainer may need a little more effort to clean. Everything is done in less than a minute.

No it is not a centrifugal juicer. Something I would absolutely keep my hands off unless I would have no other choice.

Maybe there was no was no medical evidence for Dr. Walkers suggestion then; but by now lots of his ideas have been confirmed - as far as I can remember his book. For me it is a lifetime too since I read the book.

And btw, why should it be disrepectful to question something??

Good look!
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