What is a “masticating juicer“? It is one of two types of juicers, the other being “centrifugal juicers.” The difference, in a nutshell, is that centrifugal juicers extract juice very quickly, whereas masticating juicers perform “slow juicing.” This is a positive thing, as it allows you to extract not only more juice but also more vitamins, minerals and nutrients. In other words, if you want a juicer, you want a masticating juicer.
And if you want a masticating juicer, you want this masticating juicer. Or at least everyone else does. It is the #1 bestselling masticating juicer, and over 80 percent of users have given it a perfect 5 out of 5 stars. This is a smart add to your kitchen anyway, and that’s before you factor in the fact that it is half off right now. So you can save over $100.
I already told you that over 80 percent of reviewers gave it a perfect score, and taking a look at the reviews shows you just how much they meant it. Take this one, called “AWESOME Juicer“:
This Aicok Slow Masticating Juicer Extractor is AMAZING! It is super easy to use and very easy to clean up. We juiced apples, oranges with the rind, blueberries, carrots, and grapefruit. It had no problem at all juicing carrots and apples as well as oranges with the rind on. It can even handle delicate fruit like blueberries. After finishing all the fruit the first time through, we decided to run the grindings through a second time to see how much juice we could still get from it. We could not believe that there was no left over juice in the grindings. Then came dreaded clean up. It was super super easy! You just twist a few pieces here and there and that was it. The strainer was so easy to clean and it even came with a brush to help get things that could be stuck. Most of the parts came clean with some running water. This juicer by Aicok is a great product. We are so happy to add it to our kitchen.
Or this one, titled “Absolute Winner“:
Just did my first run and I’m extremely pleased! The feed shoot is not wide, but not a problem with a little extra cutting prep. I prepare juice for the next day for Breakfast and Lunch. I pressed 1 half a honeydew,1 half pineapple, 1 whole cucumber, 5 carrots, 2 kiwis, 2 Cara Cara oranges and 1 Granny Smith apple. This yielded 60oz of juice in 1 go! Epic! The next morning it tasted just as fresh as if I had just pressed it ! This is a winner! If you are new or an experienced juicer, this is a sure bet. Easy to clean and fun to use! Have fun with your juicing experience, from choosing great produce to enjoying the literal ‘fruits of your labor’.
And there’s well over a hundred more reviews just like those.
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