Hurom Slow Juicer Review

Masticating Electric Juice Extractor HU-100

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Hurom Slow Juicer Review If you've ever used a standard electric juicer and been frustrated with its limitations, chances are you'll be really impressed with the list of features advertised on the Hurom Slow Juicer. Hurom says that this juicer will retain a higher level of vitamins and nutrients, get rid of pulp and foam, treat grasses and leaves just as well, and produce more juice in general due to its masticating auger press system.

But does it really deliver on its promises?

The Hurom Slow Juicer may in fact produce a bit more juice volume than its competitors, but it doesn't completely eliminate foam or pulp from the juice. Also, getting used to juicing leafy greens such as wheatgrass can be a bit of a pain in the neck, since the fragile texture of herbs and greens makes them highly susceptible to get scrambled in with the juicer's mechanical parts. After some trial and error with your favorite juicing ingredients, you'll find that leafy greens are best juiced when rotated between other solid fruits and veggies instead of done all at once.

One great thing about this model is the easy clean-up between juicing sessions. If you want to make multiple juices for a lot of people and don't want any residual taste left over, just run a couple glasses of water through it, and the result is as good as new.

For its price, though, you'll want to make sure and treat it with care. The Huron Slow Juicer doesn't come with any spare parts, nor are there any on the market at this point. The most common part that can break is the stainless steel strainer, molded into the machine with plastic that may develop hairline fractures over time. Another investment that you may want to compare the Huron with is the VitaMix line of blenders and juicers.

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