7 Things Your New Juicer Can Do That Your Old One Can’t
It’s hard to beat a glass of freshly squeezed or pressed juice. But getting great juice requires some prep and, of course, processing—which may not be, well, fruitful with an older juicer.
Here are seven things a new juicer can do for you.
1. Strain the Pulp
Older citrus juicers may produce a perfectly fresh glass of juice, but they often do so with an uncontrollable amount of pulp. This is fine if you delight in texture, but if you’re not fond of pulp sticking in your teeth, you’re forced to reach for a strainer. Newer models let you avoid that altogether.
2. Put an End to Prep Work
You may cringe when you think of the chopping and peeling required for one glass of juice. Thankfully, several current models let you drop in your fruits and veggies whole.
3. Unleash Your Creativity
Nearly any juicer can churn out a refreshing blend of veggies and fruits. Some of today’s juicers, however, can do more, like create nut butter or nut milk.
4. Cut Down on Cleaning
Tired of cleaning out your juicer after ever use? Most modern juicers can go glass after glass without getting clogged.
5. Class Up Your Countertop
You won’t have any qualms about displaying a new juicer on your countertop. With finishes ranging from sleek stainless steel to rose gold, the latest juicers are a sight to behold.
6. Work Quietly
No one likes being jarred awake by a noisy appliance. If your juicer sounds like a jet engine, it’s time to consider a quieter upgrade.
7. Squeeze With Speed
When you’re trying to get out the door, the last thing you need is a juicer that operates like a tortoise. Fortunately, the newest juicers work as quickly as you do.
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