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The Omega Juice Cube hides its parts inside its box-shaped body when in storage mode.
You'll need to unpack the Juice Cube's parts then assemble them before you can start juicing.
The hopper for produce items sits on top of the food chute.
An auger driven by a powerful electric motor turns inside the juicer's drum.
A food pusher tool comes with the juicer's kit.
Omega also includes a brush to scour away stubborn food bits when it's time to clean the machine.
The back of the juicer houses a storage drawer to keep additional parts.
This juicer only has one speed you activate with the power switch.
Use other food to help push produce through the juicer.
It helps to alternate soft and hard items so that tough produce such as leafy greens are juiced efficiently.
Oranges, juicy by nature, are the softest items I tend to process.
Follow up super juicy orange fruit with more challenging kale leaves so that the juice keeps flowing.
Adjust the pressure cap at the end of the drum to match the hardness or softness of the ingredients you're juicing.
As you juice, the machine pushes waste pulp out of the drum to land in the pulp collector.
Liquid juice flows into the juice collector at the bottom of the drum.
When you've run all your produce through the Juice Cube, pour the collected juice into your glass and enjoy.