…buying a pony.
Kidding. Just kidding.
But really, I’m considering buying a juicer. EVEN THOUGH everything in my “being” says not to do it.
I am not really a juice drinker. I prefer to drink water. I want a juicer mostly for juicing citrus for cooking purposes. I don’t see myself juicing veggies or wheatgrass or sprouts for health drinks.
However, I’ve always heard more negative feedback about juicers rather than positive. The most common complaint referring to the cleaning regimen often associated with this particular appliance.
Is it the pulp, skin and seeds getting stuck in the machine or is it just too sticky and difficult to get in between the parts?
Should I just get a citrus juicer or one with more options?
Manual or electrical?
Plastic or stainless?
Small feeder tube or large feeder tube?
Large reservoir or small reservoir?
Variable pulp control or strict pulp control?
Centrifugal, Masticating or Triturating?
High RPM (which I think would give more juice but create extreme foam and possibly oxidation) or low RPM?
Single-gear or twin-gear?
Did anyone just buy one because they liked the way it looked? Which one?
How does it do with Key Limes? That’s super important.
Do I spend $100 or $600?
Do I really need one? Will I hate it after two weeks?
When is the last time you used your juicer? Was it the dumbest thing you ever purchased?
Do you see why I’m so confused? Help.
If you don’t have a juicer, why?
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