Juicing has been on my radar for about two years.
My parents dabbled into juicing awhile back, and that’s when I first was introduced. After reading many blogs and articles, I’ve been really interested and wanting to try it out for myself.
When the opportunity came along for me to try out the SimpleTaste Slow Masticating Juicer Extractor, I just couldn’t pass it up.
Now that I’ve tried it out, I’m so excited to share with you about this SimpleTaste Juicer.
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This juicer is a slow masticating juicer, not to be confused with a centrifugal juicer.
So, what’s the difference?
Masticating juicers operate at roughly 80 RPM. A centrifugal juicer runs much faster; somewhere between 3,500-14,000 RPM. This difference is drastically different.
The effective, slow rotating auger squeezes out every last drop of juice from your fruits, vegetables, greens, and even wheatgrass.
Why is a slow, masticating juicer better?
The auger that slowly rotates, allows this masticating juicer to crush all parts of the fruits and veggies. The effectiveness of the slow turning auger gives you every last drop of juice from the food, leaving none behind. The slowness of the juicer provides a better juice, and more importantly, a better nutrient yield.
The masticating juicer protects and maintains healthy enzymes and allows juice to be stored for up to 72 hours without degradation.
There is less foam created with a masticating juicer and the juice won’t layer into sections after sometime.
Because of the slowness of the masticating juicer, there is no heat created from the juicing process. No heat means no oxidation is taking place. This is much different that a centrifugal juicer. The faster power of a centrifugal juicer creates heat which can cause oxidation. The oxidation process destroys nutrients that the fruits and veggies hold, therefore creating a less nutrient juice.
So all in all, go with a masticating juicer. The nutrients are greater, the juice is better, and you’re getting every last drop of juice from your fruits and veggies.
The juicer is very easy to clean. This is one of my favorite aspects of it. The parts are completely detachable, and there is no extra tools needed. A cleaning brush is included when you buy the juicer, and it’s truly all you need to clean it after juicing.
Purchasing the juicer includes:
- SimpleTaste Slow Juicer
- Cleaning Brush
- Juice and Residue Containers
- Instruction manual
- 30-day full refund
- 12-month warranty
I love that the juicer is safe and easy to use. My son was helping me juice some celery the other day and I was not concerned at all about his safety. The shoot is long and the extra piece on top helps ensure little (or big!) fingers stay safe.
The slow juicer is really quite. Like seriously guys, you hardly know it’s on when you’re juicing. I especially love this. I use my food processor a lot, almost everyday. It’s loud, like unreasonably loud. This juicer though, no sound. It’s the best. My kids like that it’s quiet too! They don’t cry when I turn it on, AND I can use it while they’re napping!
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SimpleTaste’s slow masticating juicer extractor is all around a really great juicer. The quietness of it is perfect for everyone; you’ll appreciate that. This juicer is easy to put together and take apart; cleaning is a breeze because of this. You’ll be happy with the slowness of the juicer because it packs all the nutrients and doesn’t leave anything behind.
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