Features Of The Best Juicer
Often, we will be asked: “Which is the best juicer.” Choosing a juicer is like choosing a dress. If you go swimming, you will wear a swimsuit. If you are going to a formal occasion, you will wear a tuxedo.
Choosing a juicer is almost the same. You must match the purpose of using the juicer with the juicer itself. There are several “types” of juicers available on the market today.
Some are better suited to certain requirements and others are better suited to others. There is no “perfect” juice extractor that can complete all the juice needs and squeeze the same quality fruit and vegetable juices.
Please carefully consider your needs before buying the orange juicer. This article is based on our experience and is as accurate as possible. If you have questions, please refer to the FAQ.
Before buying a juicer, you should ask yourself which of the most important needs are you, and which period will you make such a decision. Some of the factors you should consider are.
Easy to clean Noise Speed of juicing Warranty time Types of fruits and vegetables you will squeeze.
One of the reasons why there is no “perfect” juicer is that fruits and vegetables have very different characteristics.
Some effective juice extraction methods for one type of fruit and vegetable may not be suitable for another. Fruits, which have a soft cell wall, require relatively gentle extraction methods.
Apples, pears, watermelons, melons, and pineapples are some juices that can be peeled together with the fruit. Citrus fruits, such as oranges, grapefruits, and oranges, have a bitter rind.
Juices that are squeezed out of “whole” oranges are not drinkable because of bitterness, and they also contain removable chemicals. One solution is to remove the skin (which is the only part of the skin – often leaving the white “essential” part, because the nutrients are present in the white part).
The more common method is to use the “drill” type juicer or the citrus-type squeezer juicer to squeeze all the oranges.
I often recommend that you buy organic foods as much as possible, especially fruits that are juiced on belts.
On the other hand, vegetables contain fibers, and the “stronger” cell walls require stronger mechanical extraction than fruit.
Because of the weak acidity of the vegetables, it is recommended that the vegetable juice is consumed within 15 minutes after it has been prepared because the data show that the vegetable enzyme only half the activity of the fresh vegetable juice at 30 minutes after the extraction.
When Apple or carrot juice turns dark, it shows that it is oxidized
The canned and bottled fruit and vegetable juices sold at the stores are not freshly squeezed and therefore never oxidized.
At that time, because these juices have been heat-treated, biochemical enzymes have been killed. These biochemical enzymes are the main reason for using juicers to make fresh juice and benefit from it.
I will try my best to introduce some kinds of juicers currently sold on the market in terms of working methods, advantages and disadvantages.
The centrifugal juicer design is the oldest juicer design. The juicer uses a frictional cutter head or a cutting dish, and a filter basket to the side wall to collect the marc in the machine. Friction at the bottom of the basket, and is rotated at high speed (3600 rpm/min).
When the fruits and vegetables are placed on the machine, they are pushed through the feeding port and the rotating cutter head. The fruits and vegetables are shredded and the juice flows out.
The filter basket also rotates at the same high speed, just like the dehydration process of a washing machine. The powerful force pushes the juice out of the vertical side wall of the basket and collects it in front of the machine while the dregs stay inside the machine.
In general, this type of juicer is in the production of 1 – 2 quarts must be cut down after the fruits and vegetables, and slag must be removed before continuing juice. This is not a machine that can juice continuously.
The two centrifugal juicers we sell are Omega 1000 and Omega 9000. Both machines use stainless steel baskets and ball bearing induction motors. Omega 1000 has a 10-year warranty and Omega 9000 has a 15-year warranty. This juicer is suitable for most fruits and vegetables.