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Re: Can anyone comment on what a good model is for a juicer?


I agree with the Breville reviews. I had an Acme juicer (costs about $250) but was getting tired of the clean up, and the excessive prep. time required to get the produce small enough to fit into the feed shoot. The Breville leaves the pulp incredibly dry, so you know you're getting good yield out of your produce. And, I've had decent success with wheat grass and other greens. Maybe not the ideal juicer for wheat grass, but it definitely works. The large feed shoot allows 4-5 whole carrots to go in at once... a really big time saver and clean up is really easy. I got mine on e-bay for around $140 (shipping included). I would recommend it over the more expensive Acme.
 

 
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