Five things you need to know before buying a juicer
Thinking about buying a juicer?
Here are a couple really important things to keep in mind.
Number one, how much money do you plan on spending?
You could spend as little as $40 or way up to $2, 000 depending on what you wanna do.
Figure out your budget and what you want to spend first.
Number two, what kind of juicer do you really need?
If you plan on juicing, say, citrus and apples, you probably don't have to spend that much money.
But if you want to process leafy green vegetables like spinach and kale, then you're going to spend a little bit more on a fancy cold press machine.
Number three, how easy will it be to clean?
A lot of this products have parts you can toss right into the dishwasher but some of them don't and that means you gonna do a lot of hand washing and that's waste a lot of time and is definitely frustrating.
Number four, how many speeds does it have?
Some of these juicers have more than one speed depending on what kind of fruit or vegetable you want To juice.
Number five, do you like the design?
Some of these products can be big, heavy, and hard to move around the kitchen.
You should really think about that before you make your purchase.
Keep these five things in mind and you'll be sure to buy a juicer that's just right for you.
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