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Juicer Myths

Posted January 6th, 2012

Best Juicer-Oklife 9-Speed Stainless Steel Juice ExtractorFinding and purchasing the best juicer for your needs can be a daunting task. The health benefits of juicing are unparalleled and these benefits can be magnified with the right juicer or juice extractor. When beginning your juicer-search, be sure to steer clear of numerous myths regarding the use and purchase of your juicer.

Myth #1 Juicers are difficult to use.
Untrue. Juicers are one of the simplest machines to use in the kitchen. You simply plug it in, turn it on and juice away. Just be sure to check your glass or pitcher periodically so you don’t overflow when juicing. 

Myth #2 Juicers are difficult to clean.
Juicers are as simple to clean as they are to use. Depending on your model, most parts are dishwasher safe and depending on the fruits and vegetables used, you can typically get away with a light rinse. Some models can be wiped with a damp cloth, others warm soapy water will work.

Myth #3 Juicers are expensive
Juicers range in price and features from under $50 to over $300. Figuring out what features you want is the key to deciding how complex of a juice extractor you need. The best juicer is the one that fits the needs of your diet and your family.

Myth #4 Juicing is expensive
Following the suggested recipes and monthly produce tips, you are sure to find juicing items that will be on sale and their peak freshness.

Myth #5 Juicing is for fruits and vegetables only
Many different items can be juiced and will have a wonderful flavor. The best way to figure out your preferences is to experiment. Knowing these preferences is the perfect way to creating a variety in your juicing experience. For instance, springtime brings pesky dandelions, whose leaves can give a wonderful earthy bite to any juice recipe. Be sure to research plants and flowers before consuming. Many varieties have poisonous look-alikes.

Dandelion Juice
2 oranges, peeled
1 carrot
1/2 cup leaves of dandelions



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