I have bought a Hurom Slow Juicer and it is working extremely fast & efficient.
And it is soooo easy to clean.
The Hurom Juicer can juice all kinds of vegetables, fruits and herbs like Jiaogulan, Sambung Nyawa etc.
Also wheat grass is no problem.
It can make almond milk, banana ice cream or raspberry sorbet in no time!!!
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Amazon.com: Hurom HU-100 Slow Juicer, Snow White Price: $358.95
- Slow juicer provides maximum nutrition and taste from juiced fruits, vegetable, and grasses
- Dual-stage extraction crushes then presses for increased yield and minimum waste
- Small footprint, quiet operation, and attractive design; easy self-cleaning feature
- Includes one screen that does fine and course items, pulp extraction plugs, self-cleaning screen holder, two 50-ounce juicing cups, tamper, brush
- Measures 9-3/4 inches long by 6-3/4 inches wide by 15-3/4 inches high; 10-year warranty. Includes instruction manual
Amazon.com Product Description
Maximize the nutritional and taste benefits of juiced fruits, vegetables, and grasses with the dual-stage extraction power of the Hurom Slow Juicer. Based on the powerful auger juicer style, this super-efficient unit uses a Low Speed Technology System to crush then press foods for increased yield with minimum waste. The extracted juice is smooth and consistent, loaded with antioxidants and vitamins, and free of foam, froth, or separation. Quiet and compact, the juicer can easily be left on a kitchen counter so it’s ready to go at any time. It also self-cleans with water between produce items for convenient versatility. The juicer comes one screen for both fine and course items, pulp extraction plugs, a self-cleaning screen holder, two 50-ounce juicing cups, a tamper, a brush, and an instruction manual. It measures approximately 9-3/4 inches long by 6-3/4 inches wide by 15-3/4 inches high; ten-year warranty.
A revolutionary new design in Juice extractors that will turn other juicers on the market upright! The Hurom Slow Juicer takes the single auger design made popular first by Samson, Solo Star and Omega Juicers, and takes the concept one step further. The Hurom Slow Juicer will juice fruits, vegetables, soy and even wheatgrass, slowly and efficiently. More efficiently than other single auger style juicers. Dual stage juicing – juice is extracted through the first crushing stage and before the pulp is ejected, it is then squeezed during the second pressing stage; resulting in more juice, and extremely dry pulp. Higher yields – in-house testing found the Hurom Slow Juicer yielded 50% more juice than a centrifuge juicer in 50% of the time. Economical – Get the greatest amount of juice from the least amount of fruits. Peels and skins can be also used in various pastries, jams, soups, etc. Better juice, healthier juice – Enjoy more antioxidants, better flavor and superior freshness of your juice. No frothing or foaming, and none of the separation that occurs with other juicers. Self cleaning – Simply pour water through to self clean the juicer when changing to another fruit, vegetable or leafy green. Save time! Small footprint – all of the performance of a masticating single auger juicer, but with less space requirements than most centrifuge-style juicers. Vegetable juice – The Hurom juicer excels at making juice out of your favorite leafy greens and wheatgrass. Silence – The Hurom juicer minimizes the noise by squeezing slowly rather than grinding at high speed like centrifugal juicers. The 8x harder auger is manufactured out of GE Ultem material. Includes one screen for fine and course items, pulp extraction plugs, self-cleaning screen holder, two 50 oz. juicing cups, tamper, brush, and instruction manual.
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