This page contains all the resources I have on juicers: what are the different kinds of juicers, which is the best one for you, and how to use them healthily.
Which Juicer Should I Buy?
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- Twin gear (triturating)
- Cold press juicer
The first two work in a similar way but at a different speed – centrifugal with 6,000-15,000 rotations per minute while masticating juicer is slower with 80-100 RPM. Triturating juicer contains two gears that shred the ingredients while cold press juicer extracts juice by pressing them under high pressure.
Once the ingredients are in, a high-speed spinning process starts. A sharp blade or gears chop up fruits and vegetables separating the fiber and leaving smooth juice. The juice is directly pushed through a sharp screen or pressed (using a cold press juicer, so any excess pulp could be removed) and poured into a glass or a cup. The remaining pulp is discarded.
- Slice or chop larger fruits and vegetables into smaller chunks. Smaller ingredients can stay whole.
- Place a cup or a glass under the juicer spout.
- Plug the juicer in.
- Turn the juicer on.
- Set the juicing speed.
- Add fruits and vegetables into the juicer one by one while pushing them down gently using a pusher. Do not apply too much pressure.
- The juice will be poured into the cup/glass.
- Empty pulp container after use.