1. Centrifugal Juicer ($50+) Best for beginners, least expensive, noisiest, not as great with leafy greens! 2. Masticating Juicer ($200+) Best for families and juice-lovers as it's more of an investment, makes some noise, fine with leafy greens, good at separating juice from pulp. 3. Triturating Juicer ($400+) Best for the hard-core obsessed and a big investment, makes little noise, harder to clean, great with leafy greens,
Yes! Both a blender and a juicer are solid options for making juices. Deciding whether to stick with a blender or to buy a juicer really comes down to: budget, how often you juice, and the types of juices you want to make.
– Citrus juices – Smaller batch juice recipes – For those who don’t make juices often
– Green juices – Juices with ginger and/or turmeric – Juices that use a ton of ingredients – Large batch juices too large for a blender – For those who make juice really often
– Prep first – Take it slow (for your stomach's sake) – Know the juicer speeds needed for specific fruits and veggies (in my guide!) – Peel and chop fruits & veggies – HAVE FUN!
Homemade juice is best enjoyed within 24-72 hours of making. Store in the fridge for 24-72 hours or in the freezer for 2-3 months!