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Champion Juicers anyone?

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Sehr gut Glock, Mar 5, 2005.

  1. Sehr gut Glock

    Sehr gut Glock Family Man

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    I have a Champion Juicer. Need to utilize it more. But I'll tell you, it works like a dream. Nothing quite like a tall glass of carrot, apple, celery juice.

    Anyone else?:cool:
     
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    I have a Juiceman. Aside from it's a pain in the neck to clean up afterwards it is great... Amazing how much juice is in a carrot isn't it...?

    What's your favorite mix...? I like carrot with a stalk of celery and a slice of apple also...;)
     

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    I've always wanted one of those! ;P
     
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    PDogSniper

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    Wally World has them on the shelf. They work really well. I've found that if I take the fiberous core of a pineapple, cut it away from the outer softer meat and then quarter it lengthwise, it'll juice it nicely...

    There's no juice like fresh homemade juice. If you get one you'll find that the juice is so pure and sweet that you may want to water it down somewhat. I didn't do this at first and I drank so much my first time that I had a first class rageing sugar buzz going on...;e
     
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    PDogSniper

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    I just did a google on those. Looks pretty slick. How is clean-up...?
     
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    XD40FAN

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    How bad is the cleanup. Keep in mind I AM the dishwasher - nothing to do it for me. :(
     
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    Champion juicer here.



    although I use it less for juice these days.


    throw in some frozen bananas and pineapple (blank instead of screen).


    instant ice cream. :)
     
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    I guess it's not to bad. I'm just on the lazy side. It has a screen that the pulp gets stuck in and it takes a brush and rinseing to get it out. Getting rid of the pulp requires a plastic bag and taking it outside right away. But now I have a new garbage disposal and am wondering if I can chuck the pulp down that...
     
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    XD, you run out and get one yet...?
     
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    XD40FAN

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    Nope, not yet. I only got Sunday off this week - fishing in the morning, shooting in the afternoon, friends over for dinner last night. I was at Wal-Mart last night for a minute, but I didn't have time to go chech it out. I will though. ;f
     
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    I like pulp in my OJ. Is there a way for this to work without removing the pulp?