I was pretty excited after I made the purchase so the first thing I did when I went back home was to juice some apples and carrots.
This juicer is equipped with rubber suction pads stuck at the bottom to ensure that the machines stay in one spot during the juicing process in which the machine could vibrate or move about easily due to the high-speed motor.
I took out all the parts and I must say that it’s pretty easy to assemble all the parts of the equipment together.
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I tested out the juicer with some carrots and green apples.
These are the main parts of the juicer.
Rinsing,washing,assembling and now it’s ready for juicing!
One thing that really irks me about this machine is the noise it produce while juicing. It gets pretty loud with the high-speed motor. Well, if you purchase a slow juicer, you will get more peace and serenity in the kitchen. I am really starting to regret a little for not buying a slow juicer now.
When I run through my fingers to retrieve out the fibre, the pulp felt pretty dry. To extract the maximum amount of juice, it’s actually best to cut the fruits into smaller parts for the filter to squeeze out all the juice from the fruit pulp efficiently. Sometimes when I chuck the whole fruit into the feeding tube, the machine would take some time to break up and juice the fruit. In fact, juicing the whole fruit can be quite taxing on the machine especially if the skin or pith attached to the fruit is rather thick.