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Outfitting the kitchen with a Hurom slow juicer

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 31, 2013 01:11 AM
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by becky last modified Oct 29, 2013

Autumn = nesting season I can’t help it. Once we’re beyond the 80′s and 90′s of summer, & the leaves start turning I go into nest mode. That goes hand in hand with eating & a place to prepare the eats. Smart kitchen equipment Not computer smart. Efficient smart. Excessive equipment is for posers. Just [...]




 

 

Hurom slow juicer

Autumn = nesting season

I can’t help it. Once we’re beyond the 80′s and 90′s of summer, & the leaves start turning I go into nest mode. That goes hand in hand with eating & a place to prepare the eats.

Smart kitchen equipment

Not computer smart. Efficient smart. Excessive equipment is for posers. Just get what’s well made,  works well and maintain it. We’ve been missing one thing I’ve wanted for a long time: a slow juicer. Compared to traditional juicers, a Hurom juicer

operates at a only 80 RPM and uses a mere 150 Watts of energy, instead of 1,000-24,000 RPM and up to 1,500 Watts of energy like a typical centrifugal “High Speed” juicer. 

I like that it’s not loud. And that I can pour it into a to go cup, or even freeze it for later.

 

Something tells me our next piece of equipment might be a small chest freezer. That’ll be after we downsize our fridge.


 

 

 
 
 

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