A-If you would have told me 15 years ago that I would someday spend $300 on a juicer, I would have immeadiatley dismissed you as crazy. B-About 5 years ago a friend of mine gave me a cheap $30 juicer that she didnt want anymore, and I found myself to be more excited that I would have imagined. I immeadiately went to the store and bought apples, carrots, celery, pineapple and just about every citrus fruit you could imagine. The first juice I tried consisted of 2 granny smith Apples and 1 stalk of celery, and I was hooked.! I started learning as much as I could about juicing, and upgraded my juicers as I went along. Today my goal is to teach you how to use a juicer as well as some of the benefits to using one. II-Discussion
A-The first step to juicing is getting to know your juicer. All of the juicers Ive seen prettymuch fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. The added benefit to this juicer is that it wont turn on until you have everything put together in its right place. The last juicer we used was ruined because it didnt have that feature. The blades werent screwed in tightly enough and and when we turned it on it chewed up its insides right down to the motor. This one has 8 parts that fit together like so. I personally like to put a grocery bag inside the pulp catcher so it's easier at cleanup time. B-The second step is to decide which fruits and vegetables you want to use. For todays demonstration Im just going to use apples. This is for two reasons, 1, Produce is expensive, and Im a poor college student, and 2, I want to ease you into the enjoyable experience of juicing. fresh juice tastes so unlike any other processed juices you will find at a grocery store. If I were to introduce you to some of my favorite combos such as apple, carrot, ginger, and kale you might be put off from trying it ever again. The softer the fruit the thicker the juice will be, Raspberries and Peaches make a thicker juice. Ginger and mint make great flavor additions...
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