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Thread: Juicers??

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    Juicers??

    Hey Y'all,
    We are in the market for a jucier machine. Only 2 of us so I don't want a hugh one or overly expensive one. Any suggestions of what to look for or what not to choose?? I would like to keep at $100 to $150.

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    There are several good ones, just make sure you get one with a "big mouth." I have a Hamilton Beach. l do put plastic bags in the pulp container, 1 for easier cleaning and 2, for composting. I am sure you will enjoy whatever you get. So healthy. I think my juicing when I had chemo is what kept me feeling good. I also drink a squeeze of lemon in my water. Stay Healthy!

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    Thanks! Big mouth like me! got it! hehe, Like the idea of plastic bag too! My sister got hers just recently before her bout with cancer. After seeing her hubby use theirs and tasting that great flavor we decided to get one for sure.
    I just got a $75 gift card from Amazon thru my health insurance at work so a juicer seems like a really good thing
    to get!
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    We have the Jack LaLanes Power Juicer and love it!! They really get the juice out of the fruit and veggies.

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    If you are talking to squeeze juice you can get them for about $25. If you are talking those fancy things that pulverize everything....I am clueless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by be a quilter View Post
    We have the Jack LaLanes Power Juicer and love it!! They really get the juice out of the fruit and veggies.
    I love my Jack LaLane. Make enough for a week. Also use the plastic bags.

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    I got one on Ebay, co workers started to use it and I know I don't get enough veggies so I mix them and fruit. They did recommend that I get at least a 700 or 800 watt motor on it.

    It works great. Think I got it for around $60.

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    Hey Y'all I got the Jack LaLanne power juicer and used it tonight for the first time! YUM! This thing is so easy to use and really quiet! Now I just have to figure out how to mix things together. I did oranges, apples, blueberries, strawberries, and pineapple tonight. I'll have to do the "green" juice for me cause my DH is like kids.... Doesn't care for green juice!
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    I should think about one of these things. I know it would be good for us.


    My newest Grandson, Caleb Austin, was born May 29th. I am now Grandma to 4 precious babies. I am so blessed!!!!

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    Question Juicers

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim's Gem View Post
    I should think about one of these things. I know it would be good for us.
    I am considering buying a juicer, is it worth it?

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    YOu could look into refurbished ones.

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