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Produces dry pulp, so it is extracting, and makes good juice!! But, not happy with this design. Feed shoot is really small. If I alternate - cucumber, then carrots, then cucumber, etc. But what if I just wanted cucumber or fruit juice? My main complaints are these: BUT the container that catches the juice is maybe 2 cups. So if you're making a pitcher of juice, it means juicing for a while, stopping, pulling out the juice-catch-container, cleaning out the screen, pouring juice into pitcher, putting everything back, then resume juicing.
This increases the time and the mess. If the whole machine sat up higher, a bigger catch-container could be put underneath. This increases the mess. If you need to remove the juice-catch-container while juicing to clean the screen or pour juice into something, it means having to move the pulp-catch-container out of the way, which means having to scrape any hanging pulp from the exit shoot or lest it falls on the counter, like it did with me.
Overall, this is my third juicer, my second masticating juicer. I'm a devout juicer. This one is the messiest juicer I've used. And this one makes me feel like I'm working for my juice more than any juicer I've used. Keep in mind, I'm making a small pitcher of juice.
If you're into making two cups of juice and then stopping and cleaning up, this is a fantastic choice and should last a lifetime and you should buy it now. But, if you're into taking advantage of the whole reason to get a masticating juicer making enough juice that you can put it in the fridge for later , I would not buy this one again and do not recommend it.
The pulp is dry, the juice is great, but the design and operation are disappointments. Top rated Most recent Top rated. All reviewers Verified purchase only All reviewers All stars 5 star only 4 star only 3 star only 2 star only 1 star only All positive All critical All stars All formats Style Name: Horizontal All formats Text, image, video Image and video reviews only Text, image, video.
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. There was a problem loading comments right now. By indigopotter on July 10, We started juicing about a year ago. My husband had researched juicers, and although we knew masticating juicers were supposed to be better, we weren't ready to jump into that price point.
If I knew then what I know now, I would have gone straight to a machine like this one. The footprint is about the same, but the base can sit back along the counter, whereas our vertical centrifugal juicer needs to be towards the front to clear the top cupboards. The base is pretty much the size and shape of a toaster.
I like that this model has the metal screens and thicker plastic cones. There's a lot less surface area to clean than our old juicer, and no sharp edges to watch out for. With the centrifugal design, we'd have chunks of apple or carrot get shot into the waste bin, and lots of stuff sprayed along the top of the outgoing chute. It also sometimes escaped through the pieces of the juicer, and sprayed the walls. It didn't feel like we were getting the most out of the fruits and vegetables, and I was getting tired of cleaning the wall.
I also didn't like that much noise first thing in the morning. My husband's favorite juice has kale in it also celery, apple, ginger, and cucumber. I don't like any pulp in my orange juice, and carefully read reviews about pulp. I've made several fruit juices already, with things like strawberries, grapes, pear, apple, peaches, and grapefruit. I haven't had any issue with pulp. The strawberries were noticeably creamier, in a good way, almost like a fruit smoothie.
I felt like I was getting more of the fruit. The grapefruit shavings looked like coleslaw when they came out of the machine. We've been very impressed with the dryness of the pulp. The screen mesh is fine enough that there isn't anything I would call pulp in the juice. There's an extra mesh strainer in the box, but I haven't even used it yet. There's a lot less surface area that touches the food, so a lot less to clean. I don't own a blender or a food processor because I don't like cleaning appliances, but don't mind cleaning this juicer.
One of the reviews said that if this one is too much for someone to clean, they probably shouldn't juice, and that may be true though I'd hate for someone not to juice. Much less screen, much less surface area, and no sharp parts. In our other juicer, not only were there sharp teeth, but the large plastic top part was bulky and hard to rotate around in the sink to clean, plus the plastic triangle that guides the pusher is pointy and was always scraping me.
Throw everything into soapy water right away, and it's pretty painless. We also used to use plastic produce bags for the outbin in our old juicer, but I find I don't need them with this new one, since there's a little pile of much drier pulp. Those were the things that stuck out to me when I compared the reviews. I considered a vertical masticating juicer, but read lots of reviews about the pulp chute clogging, the plastic filter cracking, and too much pulp in the juice.
We haven't had those issues with this machine. In general, masticating juicers are easier to clean. As well, they generally tend to have a quieter operation. This can vary from one unit to the next though so be very careful to research the noise level and ease of cleanup before making a purchase.
Many come with separate attachments so that you can make these types of foods plus many others! There is only one real disadvantage that really stands out with the masticating type of juicer other than the higher price point on it. Most centrifugal juicers have a wider chute for adding the food, which makes them easier to work with.
Masticating juicing machines are built for long-term use by serious juicers that are committed for the long haul. These machines cost a lot more but they are also better built and come with warranties that last for years.
Be forewarned that most of the reviews that you are going to read about these juicer models are going to be good because the machines are built to be strong, durable and perhaps last a lifetime. If you are the type of person that gets up at 7: Measure the distance from your countertop to the bottom of your cupboards first to make sure that the unit will fit properly.
This is one of the true investments that you can make in yourself, your family, your health and your entire future. There is no better way to get the most nutritional value from food than by juicing. I am looking for the best masticating juicer, to process berries and tomatillos. What do you recommend?
The vegetable strainer had a lot of pulp waste. The omega recently came out so that means that the price of the previous models have dropped again. I would go with either the latest model or the depending on budget. I am looking to upgrade my centrafugal juicer to a masticating one.
Many thanks j smith. If work space is an issue I would definitely recommend an upright. In my experience, kitchen aid attachments generally work ok, but they are small and the prep work is much more laborious! I vote for masticating juicers, much as they cost and arm and a leg, they perform better.
How come you have no purchase links for featured juicers. I was wondering if the masticating juicer makes a good orange juice and if I will have to peel the orange before putting it into the machine?
I will appreciate your reply. Definitely peel off the skin, Miriam. The orange part of the skin tastes horrible but the white is safe to juice.
Using a knife cut off the orange part leaving some of the white behind is fine and much faster than fully peeling it. This is all new to me! It looks like it is a centrifugal juicer. Amazon carries it and has over 30 reviews not great reviews either if you want to check those out.
I am looking for the best juicer to travel with. I have the Omega at home but need one to take with me that is more compact but still great quality.