Juicing into the New Year Giveaway
I have been doing lots of research on juicers since I want to begin juicing this year. I just don’t eat enough vegetables, especially green leafy ones during the winter. So I think drinking them will be a huge benefit to my body! I was looking for a juicer that didn’t break the bank and yet was very very good with leafy greens.
Are you wondering what a masticating juicer is?
There are two main types of juicers, centrifugal juicers and slow (or masticating) juicers.
Centrifugal juicers work by shredding the fruits and vegetables and spin at high speed to separate the pulp and juice.
Slow or masticating juicers crush and grind the fruits and vegetables to extract the juice, then filter out the pulp. They’re called slow juicers because they don’t spin rapidly, but they still only takes minutes to produce juice! Slow juicers produce drier pulp than centrifugal juicers, and extract more juice from leafy greens like kale. A slow juicer tends to be less frothy. And we are giving away one Breville BJS600XL Fountain Crush Masticating Slow Juicer! You can read more about the Breville BJS600XL Fountain Crush Masticating Slow Juicer HERE. This Breville Juicer retails for $599!
Juicing into the New Year Giveaway:
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allyson becker says
all sorts of fruits like oranges and apples
Susan Jordan says
I would juice apples, pears, blueberries, carrots plus a bunch more if I had this! Need one bad!
Michelle Tucker says
I’d just fruits like bananas and strawberries…and veggies like cucumbers and greens.
Melody E says
I would juice both fruits and veggies.
Sandra Watts (@saleago) says
I like juicing all types of vegetables and fruits. I have not tried kale but I think I might soon. I found lots of great recipes using it.
Dalton Sweet says
the greenest greens and apples and oranges
Holly Thomas says
I have never juiced anything before but have been very interested in doing it!
Random Musings and Wanderlust says
I would juice kale, bananas, and pineapple. But I would experiment more as well
Whitney Lindeman says
I don’t juice right now, because I have no juicer. I used to work at a juice bar/coffee shop, though, and we served all kinds of wonderful juices. I loved making myself apple/orange/carrot/ginger. YUM!
I would juice cucumbers, green apples,all types of fruits
jill s says
Mostly fruits. I try to add “wet” vegetables once in awhile, like such in I.
Trish F says
Veggies, carrots, celery, super greens and granny smith apples. Thanks for a great giveaway!
jenny (@jnylala) says
apple, cucumber, lemon, carrots, and celery
Tamara V. says
Bananas and strawberries!
All kinds of fruits but especially apples and oranges.
Jules A. says
Apples, carrots, cucumbers, kale, celery, oranges
Carrots, cucumbers and pineapples. Lots of greens too.
md kennedy says
I juice lots of greens as well as fruit. One of my favorite flavors is ginger.
Victor Goguen says
I juice greens: cucumber, lettuce, kale, broccoli, spinach
Kale, apples, lemons, and spinach
Sherry Compton says
I want to do spinach, fruits, and carrots.
Lynn Andersen says
I would juice peaches or mangoes, kale or spinach, carrot and ginger
Wendy R. says
I currently only juice by hand so what I can use is limited. I would love to juice kale!!!
Diana Cote says
Mainly fruits, I add ginger or carrots or beets or spinach depending on the mood.
Anna W says
I like to juice spinach with banana and strawberries.
Gina H says
I don’t juice because I don’t have a juicer, my kids and I would love this!
This would be amazing bring on 2015!!
I do not own a juicer yet, but would love to for my daughter who has gut and health issues. I would juice fruit mainly, with some veggies.
Carrots, or anything that adds that extra vitality is definitely a plus for the juicer!
Maria Morais Sarmento says
I usually just juice fruits (strawberries, blueberries, bananas, peaches)
Gloria C says
I would juice carrot, apple, cucumber and spinach.
Elizabeth Matthiesen says
I’m afraid that I don’t have a juicer but if I had one I would juice a lot of fruits – strawberries, blueberries, apples, melon, and cucumbers too etc etc
Evren Ay says
I love juicing vegatables and fruits, separately ofcourse!
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Carly Zeeman says
Any fruits and veggies, I really like beet juice!
Cherie Varrin says
I love juicing cucumbers, kale, bananas, carrots, and apples, and spinach
JIll H says
apples & carrots
denise low says
We juice tomatoe juice and apples.
Sara Theissen says
My favorite combo is grapes and carrots
Danielle Papsis says
I would love to own a juicer. I’d use it to get in more veggies and fruits in my family’s diet.
I don’t juice anything right now, but I would love to start juicing apples and celery.
Nora H says
apples and carrots
Robin Creager says
We like to juice watermelon!
I’m not a veggie juicer but any fruits are great.
fruits and veggies
Mai Tran says
I juice bananas, apples, pears, and berries every morning.
I have been living off a student loan/part-time employment and wouldn’t be able to afford a quality juicer. I had invested in a cheap centrifuge that started sparking when I would run carrots/ anything leafy through… (even though there are people juicing carrots on the box?!) Have been juicing for the better part of a year by blending and pushing small amounts through a mesh strainer with a spoon. This process works but is ridiculously time consuming and a good way to get arthritis. I cry a little when I see commercials with people complaining about cleaning their juicer.
Lin Gorenkoff says
I’ve never used a juicer before, but I’d love to try it with citrus fruits of all kinds!
All types of fruits, especially apples, orange, melon and grapefruit.
I would juice some greens like spinach or kale and pineapple, ginger, lime, carrot, beets, apples, and more.
Also, I had a gazpacho juice at Huckleberrys in Spokane that was amazing! I would attempt to learn how to duplicate their recipe.
I definitely can use a slow juicer.
Linda Kish says
At this time, we mostly just juice fruits.
I like to make smoothies, so I’d like to juice fruits and veggies.
I would juice mostly vegetables & fruits…
Natasha Russo says
When I juiced before I just every Fruit and Vegetable that was juiceable and My next 10 Juice fast when I get a new juicer I will juice everything again
Mary Beth Elderton says
I would love to juice spinach, cucumber, carrots, beets–really almost all kinds of vegetables,
Bonnie Jean says
I juice apples, carrots, cucumbers, ginger, parsley, squash, pears. Need to add more dark greens. A Breville juicer has been on my wish list for a long time.
I would juice cucumbers, green apples and carrots