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Raw Foods - All About Juicing

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: http://bit.ly/MMASurgeEp1 In this video, Mahalo expert Kristina Jackson conveys her broad knowledge of juicing. What Can Be Juiced? --------------------------------------------------------------------- * Vegetables * Leafy greens * Root vegetables * Fruits Different Types of Juicers --------------------------------------------------------------------- A centrifugal juicer is the most common type that you see in stores. It spins at high speeds. During the spinning motion, the vegetables that you push down the chute are ground to a pulp. The juice then pours out another spout.A juice press is manually operated, so no electricity is needed.?Pressing causes the least oxidation of the juicing methods, and produces a pulp-free juice, since the juice is strained through cheese cloth. This type of juicer juices fruits (especially soft ones) better than other types.c? A twin-gear juicer?has two gears that press the juice out of the produce. It is very similar to two gears in an automobile transmission that mesh together. The produce is pushed (with some force) into the two gears, which first shreds, and then squeezes the produce. These machines are best for juicing vegetables since they rely on the fibrous cell wall to push the pulp through. As a bonus, these machines will also juice wheatgrass. cA masticating juicer?grinds fruits and vegetables and squeezes out the juice. It works at low speeds with no spinning action, so it tends to be more efficient. This kind of juicer first grates, then masticates (chews) the pulp to further break down the cell wall structure, and then mechanically presses or squeezes the pulp to extract the juice.c? Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/raw-foods-all-about-juicing/
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