Best Low Cost Juicer for People on a Budget
Alright this is John Kohler with discountjuicers.com
today with another exciting episode for you.
And what we’re going to do in this episode
is actually do a juice-off comparison test
between two juicers, that’re on the market
at this time.
So, I really love doing the juice-off comparisons,
where I get to compare two different juicers
to each other, so, that you guys can learn
which juicer is the best, and which one you
might want to buy.
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that you guys could choose the right one,
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In any case, the juicers that I’ll be comparing
today are both high speed centrifugal ejection
These machines have been on the market now
for I don’t know, maybe 30 years or something
And let me say this right, I’ll be the first
to say that centrifugal ejection style machines
you know back in the 1980’s maybe the early
1990s I mean they’re good because there wasn’t
so, many other options, for juicers, and kind
of juicers that made the highest quality juice.
Nowadays you know, there’s slow juicers or
cold press juicers that create a much higher
quality juice in my opinion, and are especially
more efficient at juicing certain produce
items such as leafy greens and fruits then
these machines are.
So, be sure to check my other videos or videos
on the slow juicers and how they may be better
for your specific needs, you know for – the
reason why these machines are really so, popular,
is number one: the price.
These are the least expensive price category
of juicers on the market and number two: they’re
Right, not going to deny that fact.
You know you can create a glass of juice,
and you can be done.
And I mean everybody’s always worried about
the time and all this kind of stuff.
How long does it take to eat healthy and all
And what I want to tell you is this, like
you know me I got into juicing because I almost
lost my life, and my health is my greatest
wealth, not the money, not time, not anything.
If I’m going to take the time to juice,
and juice healthy fruits and vegetables to
get those into me I wanna you know use the
juicer that’s going to get the highest yield
on the produce I’ll be juicing the most,
but also have besides the yield, a high-quality
juice with the most amount of vitamins, minerals
and phytonutrients and phytochemicals which
are really the active components of the juice,
and why they’re so, good for us.
I mean otherwise if these phytochemicals and
phytonutrients weren’t so, good for us, people
would just eat McDonalds and be great.
While people are eating fast food, junk food,
the McDonalds and coming down with all kinds
of health conditions right.
And that’s why we really need to get back
to eating fruits and vegetables and that’s
what – I mean all people that teach about
health they can all agree that we need to
eat more, especially the vegetables and especially
the leafy green vegetables, nobody will deny
that fact, and the juicers are here to allow
you to concentrate these beneficial vegetables
and get them into you.
So, for example we can take one pound of carrots
and will reduce the one pound of carrots and
we’ll reduce those 1 pound of carrots to simply
1 cup of juice, and that’s the average amount
of juice that one pound of carrots will make.
And in a little bit we’ll see how much carrot
juice these juicers make.
Anyways, the juicers today that I’ll be
sharing with you guys, I got this one.
This is called the quintessential centrifugal
It looks nice cause it has a stainless-steel
housing on the outside, but most of the construction
And then over on this side we have lequip
215 xl juicer.
I’ve been using this juicer and offering this
juicer for you guys for many years now, you
know centrifugal ejection juicers are very
You could go out to a local big box store
and buy an inexpensive juicer but people don’t
realize that you know the money you spend
in a juicer, could be wasted maybe in short
as a year, or it could be an investment.
And I want you guys to make an investment
in your juicer, to buy a good juicer and one
that will last for many years.
The reason why I say this is because the juicer
will allow you to get more fruits and vegetables
in you which will allow you to turn your health
around, if you’re having some health challenges
this will get – I like to have more energy,
be more focused, be more clear, you know lose
weight – one of the biggest reasons why people
like juicing is because it’s one of the best
ways in my opinion to lose weight to get high
nutrients and lower calorie foods, than what
most people are eating.
And when you invest in a juicer that has a
long warranty, you know it’s gonna be guaranteed
you’re going to be able to juice for say the
next 10 years, like this lequip 215 xl has
a 10-year warranty on the whole entire machine,
except the juicing blade and basket which
is only a three year warranty, but that is
a wearable part, like even auto manufacturers
don’t warranty the brake pads on your car
for example right and that’s why I really
like the name brand juicers that work well.
Over on this side the quintessential, whatever
it is quintessential juicer you know on the
box of the juicer, on the website where this
juicer was purchased, even in the instruction
booklet that came with it, there’s no mention
of a warranty so, I’ve even wonder if there
is even a warranty with the machine.
And if there is a warranty and more than likely,
it’s a short 30 days or 90 days if that.
Maybe there is even no warranty, because some
products these days may not come with a warranty
So, you have to be very wary of juicers with
short warranties because guess what if there’s
a short warranty that means the company that
put it out, knows that it may break really
soon and they don’t want to basically warranty
it, because they’re going to lose money.
Because they’re just trying to pop out cheap
disposable stuff from china, or wherever it’s
coming from and get your money, make the profit
and then go on their merry way.
When you’re stuck with a juicer that doesn’t
work, you can get parts for and then that
goes to the landfill and then you gotta buy
So, at present time you know.
The lequip, it’s about double the cost of
this machine here but in this video, you’re
going to learn why it’s double costing, why
if you are going to get a centrifugal ejection
machine you will want to pay more money, so,
number one is the warranty.
10 years’ warranty vs question mark warranty,
if there even is one.
Another thing I’m very curious in this booklet
here, about the juicer, they go through all
the instruction manual and it says on here
this is pretty lame, in my opinion.
Please note do not leave the juice running
for more than three minutes at a time, if
the appliance has been running for three minutes
allowed to cool down for 20 minutes before
you use it again.
Are you serious?
You can only juice for three minutes straight
and then you gotta shut this thing down?
This is why you do not want to buy inexpensive
juicers, because they have – if it’s an inexpensive
juicer they really cut corners when making
it, in my opinion.
And maybe like put a cheaper motor in there
that can’t handle long-term use.
And I want to caution you guys you know when
shopping for juicer, don’t just go by the
wattage of the juicer you know even though
juicer maybe less wattage, it may be more
You could put like a high-wattage motor and
it doesn’t mean it’s going to be a good motor,
doesn’t mean it’s a quality motor it just
means it could draw more power and it may
be actually an inefficient motor, right.
So, there’s a lot of deceptive ways that marketers
use to sell you their machine.
Now both these machines look nice.
One actually looks a bit nicer because this
stainless steel here, but it’s very thin if
you guys can hear, it feels tinny.
It’s kind of like one of those girls that
looks good from far away, then you get close-up
you’re like oh.
Ok so, this looks good you know from far away,
but then close if you want to start, you inspect
it’s not so, good.
So, you have warranty time you could use it.
Next let’s talk about where these machines
So, this machine is made in china and you
know there’s a lot of products that come from
china, like I won’t feed my dog food that
came out of china, and I don’t like to eat
food myself that came out of china, not to
say that china’s bad but there’s a lot of
products that come out that are not so, good
And so, they lequip over here is actually
made in Korea, so, some of the Korean cars
just the Hyundai you don’t have in later years
now actually really high you know marks for
its long-term durability.
Actually, I own a Hyundai myself.
This is the disclaimer.
But yeah so, this one’s made in Korea and
now I want to go ahead and disassemble both
these machines and share with you guys the
parts, side by side so, I could explain you
guys the differences between them.
First, we have the pushers.
So, the pushers just instantly picking them
up, I could feel the lequip pusher little
bit heavier than the quintessential pusher
They’re both three-inch wide and approximately
the same size.
The lequip has a nice cut out for it and I’ll
tell you why that’s there.
And the quintessential has a smaller cut out
on their pusher there.
Next, we’re going to go ahead and take the
The lequip actually has a two little latch
arms, one and two.
And what I do need to say is that built into
these latch arms, these latter arms are not
properly latched, the machine will not turn
As does the quintessential juicer, it has
a one big latch arm, if this latch arm is
down, it will not allow the juice to turn
on so, that’s a very important safety feature,
minimum safety feature that they have.
Next let’s go ahead and take the two tops
As you guys can see this is a clear housing
here, and a clear housing here.
And you must be saying, John they look like
the same, why should I spend double for this
Well number one when I’m lifting it up and
feeling them, this piece is heavier than this
So, this is like thicker plastic I don’t you
can hear me tap on this.
You hear, it’s like solid residence.
Much thicker plastic, higher quality.
If we tap on the plastic on this one, it’s
much higher pitch, which means it’s thinner.
The other thing I like to talk about it you
know on the backside of this machine, once
the pulp gets spun around, it spins around
and then kicks back over here and then is
forced down into the basket.
Whereas this one facing the pulp spins around
and then it kind of just haphazardly will
come out and fall out.
The other thing that’s very important to me,
on these are the built-in safety.
So, there’s this little piece I don’t know
if you guys can see that, but it extends at
least half the way out into the chamber and
when you’re feeding things in that can be
a pain, but the reason why they put that there
is for safety, that you don’t stick your hand
in there especially if you’re a kid, you know
you can get your hand down in there and this
prevents you really from getting your hands
down in the blade, whereas the quintessential
actually has a little small tab here, you
know that doesn’t really do much, and I can
easily get my hands on the blade.
And I’m an adult, right.
And that’s not good.
You know I always want to encourage you guys
to supervise your kids when juicing and watch
them very closely.
So, here on this guy I can put my hand in
there and I can barely hit the blade but I
really get stopped up.
Still this would not be good, but this is
going to do a lot more to prevent you from
actually getting your hand in there.
Next piece I want to go over is a juicing
basket which is actually quite similar on
both machines here.
And this is probably one of the most important
components of the juicer itself, here’s the
basket on the quintessential in the basket
on the lequip.
So, they both look fairly similar.
They’re both all stainless steel which is
really nice and these guys are plastic, you
don’t have plastic framing and they both have
a you know bottom.
Plastic on the bottom, I mean on that pretty
much it looks like they’re pretty similar
but there’ll be different because you know
what really matters on the juicers is that
this is designed properly.
So, it’s a really nice rake on this machine
so, that the rake is like the angle, it’s
like this, or like this, the lequip angles
probably around like that and then we got
the sharp cutting teeth that I could run my
fingers across and like I’m like wow I actually
think it put scratch marks on my finger there.
Don’t do this at home you could cut yourself,
but then now the rake on this machine instead
of being more like angled, like the lequip
it’s kind of more straight up.
So, this will affect how the pulp spins around,
how much juice comes out and how it’s actually
Lequip has been making this juicer for many
years now and they’ve really got it dialed
It’s really a nice juicer and I’m not
sure about this one and then over on the blades
on here the teeth you know they’re fairly
sharp too, so, that’s definitely really important.
Now the interesting part is they got these
two blades in the middle and this is a trademark
from another juicer Breville on the market.
And on the Breville these are actually kind
of sharp blades.
On these they’re really not that sharp so,
they’re just there for looks.
Next, we get the bowl.
So, the bowl on this looks cool.
It’s like stainless steel but then you pull
this out and look at this, a hundred percent
plastic with this, is stainless steel spout
coming out, but on the lequip, I mean this
is what you’re paying for, you’re paying for
stainless steel quality.
Look at that stainless-steel vs plastic.
You know there’s also some really hard nooks
and crannies to get into with a brush on here,
tight narrow passageways to clean out when
you’re done cleaning.
Also, the plastic will tend to stain more,
you can set stains in there.
And on the lequip, basically what we’re looking
at, is we’re looking at a stainless-steel
So, literally when you rinse this with hot
water the pulp in the juice just melts off
Plus, look I could easily get my finger in
there you get a brush and they’re easy to
clean because there’s not as much as you know
small tight nooks and crannies to clean.
So, this is going to save you guys time when
Next thing we’re going to talk about the juice
catch containers here.
They’re both fairly similar but it looks like
to me that the lequip catch container will
hold the larger volume of produce.
Finally got our motor basis here.
Picking this up, a little bit heavy.
Picking this up, both equally heavy.
And you know I think the main thing with the
motors is getting a motor that has a long
The motor is the least likely thing to fail
on a properly designed juicer, but it’s the
most likely to thing to fail a cheap inexpensive
You know one of my first juicers I got at
a local big box store before I knew about
juicers, you know I was putting parsley in
there and I literally stopped the juicer up
because I put too much strain on it.
And it started smoking, because it had a really
weak inexpensive motor.
But that’s what you get.
You know you guys get what you paid for, and
you guys know that.
So, next I want to go ahead and reassemble
On the lequip it’s actually quite easy, oh
the other thing I want to talk about is, they
built in splash guard on lequip.
I just saw this, remember on the lequip here
you know they got the spout with the juice
comes out and I hope you guys can see that
inside this spout, but there’s a little half
of it is actually cut off.
And basically, this minimizes the splashing
as the juice comes out of the machine.
We’re going to stick that on there.
And over on the quintessential they don’t
really have that splash guard thing, they
just have like a little nub there so, you
actually can’t stick your finger back up through
there, which is actually good.
I will put that down in there.
Next, we’re going to take the juicing screen
that just kind of goes, make sure it seats
On the lequip once again seats into place.
We’ll put that top on the quintessential,
I would actually right here be where they
have their safety switch, lock that shut,
and over on the lequip take that piece put
it down, line it up, latch arm down, and we’re
all ready and set up.
Next I want to do is a sound test for you
guys to share with you guys the sound of both
So, now we’re going to do a sound test for
both these machines.
First the lequip.
Now this machine runs at eleven thousand rpm,
that’s revolutions per minute.
That’s actually quite fast for a juicer.
The juicer I personally use on my own kitchen,
rather 43 revolutions per minute so, I always
encourage you guys if you can afford it, get
a slow juicer you’re going to get a higher
yield overall when juicing a wide variety
of produce and you’re gonna get a higher nutrient
Let’s go ahead and turn this on.
Eleven thousand rpm, I mean is definitely
loud but not too loud.
Over on the quintessential, basically it’s
a 2-speed juicer.
So, they have two speeds and in the booklet,
here that came with the machine, on the box
that came with the machine and on the website,
that was selling machine, they don’t mention
any kind of rpms.
So, actually had to do some further digging
and found out this machine is made in china
and found the factory that actually makes
it in china and on that webpage, they said
the rpms are 14,000 for the low speed and
18,000 for the high-speed.
This is definitely one of the fastest juicers
I have ever seen.
So, let’s go ahead and turn it on the low
speed that’s definitely a little louder that’s
on 14,000 rpm.
Let’s crank it to speed 2.
Eighteen thousand revolution from [00:18:15.08]
seems to be a little bit quieter.
Let’s go ahead and turn it off.
Now some people have described these style
machines as it sounds like an airplane taking
off my kitchen, John.
And yes, that’s one of the downsides of the
high-speed machines is that they can be a
little bit louder.
I guess the next thing I want to do is actually
we’re gonna go ahead and juice equal amount
of carrots and an Asian pear in each machine
to see which juicer will reign supreme in
this juice-off comparison.
So, let me go ahead and get the carrots and
show you guys the weigh-in.
So, now we’re going to go ahead and do the
Uh basically what we got is organic bunny
They’ve been washed and topped and bottomed
and then one Asian pear, 9 carrots, 1 pear
on each side.
So, what we’re doing next, let’s go ahead
and take a look at the scales to make sure
we have a fair fight today.
Alright so, now we got the weigh-in over on
the quintessential juicer side.
Looks like we got a total of 19.4 ounces,
nine carrots 1 Asian pear.
Over on the lequip 215 xl side, looks like
we got also 29.4 ounces.
So, this looks like it’s going to be an even
Alright so, now the guys saw we have an equal
fight in equal amounts of carrots and Asian
Next, we’re going to go ahead and get to juicing.
So, what I’ve done today is we got a standard
a 1-quart anchor hocking measuring cup, so,
we can actually see which juicer will reign
supreme in this juice off and then the final
thing and tip I’d like to give you guys is
that you want to get a standard produce bag
you want to line the fall collection bin with
the produce bag because this is going to make
cleanup easier so, then you can actually just
take out the pulp out of line bins without
having to wash the bin.
Definitely gonna save you some time.
Alright, so, now we’re all set up.
Now you know today will be juicing in the
both machines are hard fruits and hard vegetables,
root vegetables and these are the foods that
will be best juiced in these style machines.
You know they’re going to get really high
But if I was to say juice a head of kale or
parsley, cilantro, or spinach.
It’s not really going to get a high-yield
due to the way this extracts juice.
It basically shreds up and kicks out the pulp.
This is really designed for hard vegetables
and hard, firm fruits such as apples and pears.
When you’re juicing other things, you know
like softer fruits like oranges for example,
you know it’s going to kick out a lot of the
wet pulp in the pulp catch bin so, you’re
gonna be wasting a lot of money.
So, as much as they’re fast you know once
again every juicer have their pros and cons.
The pros are it’s fast, they’re inexpensive.
The cons are you going to get less yield.
So, that means you’re gonna be throwing money
down the drain.
So, for that reason I encourage you guys to
get a slow juicer.
In addition, there is a testing that came
out a few years ago, that shows juice made
in a high-speed juicer, compared to juice
in a low speed juicer.
The juice in the low speed juicer had more
cancer inhibiting effect, when they put the
juice from broccoli in a petri dish with six
different active live cancer cells.
So, I know a lot of you guys get into juicing
for disease prevention, and in published scientific
study that shows that you know the slow juicer
actually has more of the beneficial polyphenols
and antioxidants in there, that may be more
effective against you know diseases and cancers,
in my opinion.
So, yeah without further ado let’s go ahead
and get juicing.
First, we’re going to go ahead and juice in
Turn that baby on.
Why don’t we juice that Asian pear first?
That fits right in, there push it right.
Now, I want to take your time with juicing,
don’t push things in too fast, [00:22:21.27]
look at that, coming right out.
It’s been a long time since I juiced in one
of these high-speed juicers.
I normally use a slow juicer.
But yeah, this is working very well we’re
getting a little bit of squashing, but yeah
cranking right through the pulp’s getting
kicked back into the pulp collecting bin,
no problem whatsoever.
Alright, last carrot in the lequip 215 xl.
Right through without any difficulty.
Let’s go ahead and turn this baby off we’ll
let that drip a little bit, and now we’re
going to go ahead and turn to the quintessential
Turn this baby on, we’re going to turn this
up on high-speed eighteen thousand rpm.
Crank it up.
And put that Asian pear in there.
Yeah, yeah, we are getting a little bit of
spring, and the pulp coming out.
I don’t think we really got that on the lequip.
Really kicking the pulp out good.
If it still continues to circle around, we
got some pulp blockages in the back there.
We’re really getting a lot of splashing out
of the front here, yeah, alright that’s scary.
Going right in.
Ok, now let’s go ahead and turn this baby
Alright so, let’s see that machine was probably
a little bit faster it was a little bit louder
you know it probably blew a little bit more
you know juice, around then the lequip there,
high-speed juicers tend to do this, I never
have juice splatter of my low speed machines.
And yeah, I guess next let’s go ahead and
compare the yield.
And to do that we’re going to do is we’re
going to go ahead and pour the juices into
these two cups, and we’re gonna go ahead and
strain it to find out you know, what juicer
also made more pulp in the juice as well as
Alright so, first step on any centrifugal
ejection juicers, I always encourage you guys
to do, is take the juicer and tip it up.
As you guys can see we’re pouring out a lot
more juice out of there and you know it’s
better that the juice goes into you, then
down the kitchen sink when you wash the machine.
So, it looks like we got all the major juice
out of there.
Next, we’re going to go ahead and take this
juicer, tip it up.
Let’s see how much juice we got in there.
Not much actually, not much.
Most of the juice came out already.
Next, we’re going to go ahead and take our
little strainers here and put these in, let’s
go ahead and first pour out this juice here.
Show you guys the consistency.
One of the things I don’t like about the high-speed
machines is that they generally make more
foam and that’s a basically aeration of the
And that the extra aeration causes oxidation
and some people unfortunately even in the
slow juicer market, some manufacturers still
claim that high-speed juicers such as these
heat your juice up.
And in my opinion that’s a totally false.
These do not keep the juice up.
Actually, in my testing, the high-speed machines
such as these actually did not heat the juice
up they actually ended up in a little bit
colder juice, than when I started with.
But what these juicers do do, is they do oxidize
the juice quite badly in my opinion, through
all the oxygen.
And you guys can see like all the foam that
was created, you know with this juicer.
So, yeah lots of foam coming out of this machine,
and there’s going to be a fair bit of pulp
you know that was generated as well.
Let’s go ahead and let this kind of sit there
and sift while we check out the lequip.
So, once again here’s the lequip juice, pour
that out definitely much less pulp in the
juice for sure.
Yeah significantly less pulp, and in my opinion,
less aeration in the juice as well.
Wow you’d be drinking a lot of foam on this
Alright let’s go ahead now and give you guys
a close-up of how much each juicer produced.
All right let’s go ahead and take a close-up
on the yields.
Over on the quintessential side looks like
we got let’s see the 400 milliliters, just
under that maybe in between 350 and 400 maybe
like right in the middle, and call it 375
milliliters of juice.
Then over on the lequip side, looks like we
got and it’s almost 400 milliliters of juice,
I’m going to say that’s like 395 milliliters
So, yeah definitely really close, so, just
from the quantity made, I want to also see
if you guys could look at that if I get both
these in the shot at the same time, you guys
see the difference in the color of the juices.
To me the juice on the lequip side you know
looks that it’s a little bit lighter in color,
and the juice on the quintessential side looks
a bit darker in color.
I don’t know if you guys can see that in HD
camera, but let’s go ahead and talk about
So, yeah one juice looked little bit darker
to me, than the other.
So, I think this side the quintessential juicer
side was a bit darker.
What does that mean?
That means that it may have been aerated more,
which causes it to turn more brown, or oxidized
And this is probably because it runs at what
eighteen thousand rpms versus the 11,000 on
the lequip, which is significantly faster
and it’s kind of like when you cut open an
apple and it turns brown after you cut it
open, that’s oxidation.
And over on this side looks like there’s definitely
a lot of pulp, on there.
And over on the side I mean it looks like
there’s a lot of pulp, but the pulps thinner,
you know on this side so, let’s actually just
weigh the pulp here.
Turn on the scales.
So, the pulp over on the quintessential side
with the strainer is 4.4 and with the same
strainer 3.3, so, you know minimally there’s
like one ounce extra pulp on this side that
you would have been drinking in your juice,
which you know most people like it really
fine, strained juice with minimal pulp.
So, yeah, let’s go ahead and do a taste test
on these guys.
First, I’ll tastes the quintessential juice
once we strain it once again.
Nice texture there.
Tastes good to me, I still taste some fine
You guys can see that where I poured it out,
there’s still bits that even went through
this fine strainer.
Let’s go ahead and try the lequip juice.
Much better mouthfeel, I don’t know if you
guys can see that on there but see like all
the little bits where I poured and on the
lequip side, there’s like not those little
So, those little bits will be artificially
inflating the quantity of the juice by a little
And next time I’ll have to use a finer strainer,
to do one of these tests but yeah lequip juice
definitely tastes better to me.
Mm much more smooth going down.
Man, I gotta admit I really loved carrot juice
coming out of a centrifugal ejection machine.
It just tastes better than juice made in a
I don’t know why it just tastes better even
better than a juice made out of a centrifugal
ejection, I really like the cold-pressed juices
with like hydraulic press.
In any case, you guys saw how both these machines
operate they’re both very similar, I mean
within five percent of each other.
Should you get this, one should you get this
What I’ll tell you is this, if you want
a quality juice that’s gonna last a long time,
get the lequip juicer.
You know it has a 10-year warranty, on the
whole winter machine three years on the blade
Over on this side I mean it only made five
percent less juice, the machine’s half the
price at present time, but the warranty if
it even comes with one you know is really
short, if it does have one.
Also, you can always use it for three minutes
So, you’re going to be going on a juice fast,
this is not the juicer for you.
What I recommend if you guys are like gonna
juice once a year, maybe get a juicer you
know to show your kids once, this is a good
disposable inexpensive machine to buy.
But if you on the other hand want to make
lifestyle changes, going to be juicing every
day, cranking so, much juice through there
so, that you can get rid of your soda pop,
your coffee, get rid of all those energy drinks,
you’re drinking, get the lequip.
It’s gonna be around for a long time, it’s
more durable, it’s time proven.
I’ve been selling this model for over five
years now, we have very little problems with
it and you know once again you guys get what
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the winner of this juice-off.
The lequip 215 xl not only did it make five
percent more juice, not only did the juice
taste better, because it had less particulate
in there, even after screening not only did
it make less pulp, not only does it have a
significantly longer warranty, not only does
it run at a lower rpm, not only did it have
a higher quality juice, it’s there by a
good company that’s there to stand behind
the machine and yeah that’s the one I would
get, if I was getting a high speed centrifugal
That being said I personally use a slow juicer
Yes, I’ve been doing these juice-off demos.
These sit on counter, on the shelf right.
So, I don’t really use them.
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