Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin:

A new receipe brings more joy to mankind than the discovery of a new star.

keskiviikko 13. lokakuuta 2010

Comparing juicers

Philips HR1861
Coway JP-11
I have used a Philips hr1861 juicer since January.  It has been a true friend to the Juicebrothers. Now my appetite for juice has grown wider.  What about wheatgrass and berries? You cannot put them in a centrifugal juicer.  So I got an additional juicer Coway JP-11.

With a centrifugal juicer you can juice anything hard as apples, cabbage, beets, carrots, broccoli, orange, lemon, bellypeppers.  It's fast so you can juice a lot.  Most of the stuff you'd like to juice is alright for the centrifugal juicer. The downside is that wheatgrass is impossible and berries don't give you a lot of juice.

With the slow juicer you can do excellent wheatgrass juice and with the cranberries and lingonberries I juiced the result was fantastic.  The pulp that was leftover was extremely dry and the juice delicious.  The pulps from apple and carrot juice was a bit wet indicating lower efficience in the extracting.  The juice itself was delicious but it too long time.  I am so used to get fast juice with the centrifugal juicer that this was too slow for the Juicebrother.
Lingonberry juice
With oranges I'm not done yet. I'm waiting for the season to start.
Very dry pulp

Wheatgrass juice
The highlight of todays juicing was cabbage and sellery in the Philips and lingonberries in the Coway and finally mixing the two juices. WAU!!!
Bon appetit!

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