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Hurom Slow Juicer / Juicer recommendations?

Posted by oldbat2be (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 19, 12 at 17:02

Hi... does anyone have this and if so, what do you think of it? I have a few Williams Sonoma gift cards, so would prefer to buy one from them, and the kids have been asking for a juicer for a while...

Other recommendations? Thanks, oldbat2be

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RE: Hurom Slow Juicer / Juicer recommendations?

Hi Oldbat
There is a review of this on This is the one I will buy since it comes highly recommended by Mike Adams(he uses many juicers)I respect his opinion on many matters. I like the fact that it extracted the juice w/o shredding, but it will give you more pulp than other juicers.

RE: Hurom Slow Juicer / Juicer recommendations?

Thanks eatrealfood. The first article I read had way too many exclamation points for my comfort level, but I did like this one, tips on using the juicer.

Here is a link that might be useful: Tips on how to use hurom juicer

RE: Hurom Slow Juicer / Juicer recommendations?

I bought one and returned it to the store before using it. I also have a Champion (a single masticator type), a Greenstar (a twin gear type), an Acme (a centrifugal type), and a cheap GE that is similar to the Jack LaLane juicers. I returned the Hurom because the instructions said you have to chop up things like carrots, celery, beets, etc. before they can go in the juicer. Also, the feed tube is very small. I bought the Hurom specifically because it claims to be very good at juicing greens. But considering the time I'd spend chopping stuff and cleaning up, I think the Greenstar is still best for things like spinach and kale. All in all, too much time and work compared to my other (very old and reliable) juicers. Just my 2 cents.

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