What are the best Juicers? [Best Juicers for Juice recipes]


What are some of the best Juicers? [Click on Amazon links to see more detail]


People always ask us what Juicers we recommend.
Here a list of some of the most popular ones.
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Jack Lalanne PJP Power Juicer Pro Stainless-Steel Electric Juicer

A welcome addition to any healthy kitchen, this fruit-and-vegetable electric juicer produces fresh juice quickly and easily.

Cost ranges from $90-$160.

Click here to view on Amazon and see reviews>>> Jack Lalanne Juicer 





Breville BJE510XL Ikon 900-Watt Variable-Speed Juice Extractor



One review on Amazon said: As soon as you unpack the Breville you know you have a top quality piece of equipment. It does an outstanding job at juice extraction (the pulp is dryer than what the Waring produced, and the Waring actually did pretty well) and the clean-up is far easier…


Cost ranges from $150-$230

Click here to view reviews and product on Amazon>>> Breville Juicer




One Amazon reviewer said, “I bought this juicer to replace an older Hamilton Beach product that worked well for more than 8 years. That older juicer actually still works. The only reason I purchased the “Big Mouth Juice Extractor” is as its name implies, it has an extra wide mouth to accept the fruits and vegetables without having to do much cutting and dicing required by the older model…”

Cost ranges from $49-$70


Click here to see reviews and product on Amazon>>> Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Juicer



**Higher end**


Omega J8004 Nutrition Center Commercial Masticating Juicer, White


One Amazon reviewer explained, “”There are four basic types of juicers. In order of general effectiveness (least effective to most effective) on greens, they are as follows:
1. Spinning blade/centrifugal ($50-$200)
2. Single-gear masticating (like this one) ($200-$350)
3. Double-gear masticating ($425-$550)
4. Hydraulic press w/shredder ($1,000-$2,500)
You can’t go wrong with an Omega J8004 if you are juicing greens.

Cost ranges from $219-$330


Click here to see reviews and product on Amazon>>> Omega J8004 Juicer


Example of a juice recipe used

3 stalks celery
6 large romaine leaves
Big handful spinach (2 oz)
Small bunch of fresh herbs (parsley, basil, cilantro, mint, or a mixture)
1 small (2″) peeled lemon, with pith, halved lengthwise
2 small (3″) green apples, cored and cut into eighths
1/2 large English cucumber, quartered lengthwise
1/2-inch piece of peeled ginger


What are the differences between juicers?


There are 2 types of Juicers:
1. centrifugal juicers
2. masticating juicers.
1. Centrifugal juicers are more common and less expensive. The food is pushed into a rapidly spinning mesh chamber with sharp teeth on its floor. The centrifugal motion pulls the juice out of the pulp and through the mesh filter, where it comes out the spigot. The pulp, goes into a separate area of the juicer. Centrifugal juicers work best with soft and hard fruits and vegetables, but not quite as well with leafy greens like kale or spinach, or with wheatgrass.
2. Masticating juicers havefruits and vegetables are pushed into the top of the tube, and they are crushed and squeezed by the auger. Juice drains, while the pulp is squeezed out at the end of the tube. Masticating juicers process leafy greens better because of the slower squeeze. Masticating juicers are more expensive.




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Happy Juicing!

Dave and Dr. Jer
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