Re: [RawPortland] Grass Juicers
- I have a Green Star, put out by the makers of Green Power. Bought it new, ordered online, I think it was $375. Has magnets inside the 2 masticating, slow-rotating rods that are designed to prolong freshness while maintaining nutrient integrity.I like it a lot, but usually find myself making 'Boutenko style' juice in my $100 KitchenAid blender. That is, Blend the item to be juiced with enough water to allow the mixture to turn over in the blender, until a liquid 'mush' is created. Strain through a cloth bag made for this purpose (sometimes called a 'nut milk bag'). At my house, I use a panel cut from an old t-shirt, squeezing and wringing the cloth, with the pulp inside, until relatively dry. Then I feed the pulp to my animals, or throw it outside for compost.Clean-up is also easy; I just rinse out the blender, don't disassemble, skip the soap.This works for grasses, weeds, herbs, etc, mixed with whole lemons/apples/pears, or not. Whatever.For used juicers, I did an Internet search and there was a site where people could advertise their used juicers for sale. I bet you could find it, too.Good luck!Celeste CrimiBeaverton----- Original Message -----From: Kathleen AndersonSent: Monday, February 07, 2005 8:42 PMSubject: [RawPortland] Grass JuicersHi all,Am looking to buy a good grass juicer as economically as possible. Would like to hear what are the best juicers, and where are the best prices. Used is fine.Kathleen
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> >Am looking to buy a good grass juicer as economically as possible.
> Would like to hear what are the best juicers, and where are the best
> prices. Used is fine.
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