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I've been using this for over a week and I love it. It makes short work of virtually everything, and only greens take slightly longer to pass through.The guide tells you what you can juice and which of the two speeds to use. It feels like a quality machine - I rinse mine out under a tap right away which makes it easy and the brush makes cleaning the filter pretty easy and effective. The noise level is bearable as it's so quick. Once you get good at it you can make enough juice for a day, clean it and reassemble it in 10-15 mins. Always peel your citrus fruits or just squeeze them out and add them in. Beware though because if you do a juice only fast the first day or two can make you feel a bit odd - I prefer swapping two meals a day for a juice to lose weight reverting to one a day once you've made good headway. Doctors reckon it plays havoc with metabolism otherwise.
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Initial post: 1 Sep 2013 13:17:20 BDT
Why do citrus fruits need to be peeled first or squeezed out? Doesn't squeezing them out defeat the point of having the juicer? Thanks.
Posted on 6 Nov 2013 12:39:07 GMT
Sage Appliances says:
Citrus fruits do not need to be peeled prior to juicing. The juicer is capable of juicing citrus, the main difference between leaving the peel on and not will be in the taste.
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