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This is the best time of the year when fruits and some vegetables come into their own. You may be tired of roasted meat and all its trimmings, now it is the time for fresh things that brings your healthy meals.
Finding one that fits your budget and kitchen can be a daunting task, particularly when it comes to choosing the best fruit squeezer or fruit presser. This website is specifically designed to answer your questions and give you a helping hand on how to choose the best fruit squeezer.
Producing your own fruit juice at home is an amazing masterpiece of work you can do that gives everyone in your family happy smiles.
Now- Let’s look at the key difference between blending and juicing. The difference comes down to extraction.
A blender includes everything from your produce eg orange fruit, this means that nothing is removed hence its juice or liquid is usually a lot thinker.
A juicer separates the pulp and the juice from your produce or fruit, which means the insoluble fiber, is removed while the soluble fiber remains.
On the market today there are two main types of fruit juicers called masticating and centrifugal. Out of the two centrifugal is the most commonly used type and it uses a fast spin cycle. This grates the fruit, separating the pulp from the juice and better suitable for harder produce or fruit because of its use of a powerful motor.
The other type of masticating juicer is also sometimes called slow juicers due to the fact that this uses slow rotation to crush the fruit. This makes the juice have little oxidation hence the juice is fresher for a longer period of time.
We have looked and tested a good number of masticating and centrifugal juicers and also blenders and citrus juicers
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