Best Juicer to Make Apple Juice – Fast vs Slow vs Cold Pressed

John from http://www.discountjuicers.com/ Juices apples in 3 different style juicers: Fast, Slow, and Hydraulic Cold Pressed.

In this episode, John will share with you the best apple juice money can buy and why you should make your own apple juice at home with your own personal juicer instead.

John will talk about some of the different commercial apple juice drinks out there, so you can discover the processing that goes into making them, and how some of them may not be 100% juice after all and have added sugar.

You will discover the best store-bought juice to buy and why it is important to purchase unfiltered vs filtered juice.

Next, John shows you how to make the best apple juice at home by juicing organic apples. He will juice in the following juicers:
Fast Juicer – the Breville Juice Fountain Cold high-speed centrifugal ejection juicer
Slow Juicer – Kuvings EVO820 vertical single auger juicer
Two-Stage Hydraulic Press Juicer – the Pure juicer that first grinds the produce and then presses out the juice.
You will discover some of the different style juicers and their pros and cons. You will see how apples are being juiced in each of the juicers. You will learn how long it takes to juice 773 grams of apples in each of the juicers.

Next, John will show you the results of each of the juicers right after it is made, so you can see the color difference of the juices that are created. The color can be an indicator of oxidation that is happening to the juice.

You will discover the differences in yield that each of the juices made, plus compare the color of the juices. You will learn what the pulp from each juicer looks like and if everything got juiced.

Next, John will do a taste test of the different juices, sharing his opinions on how each of the juices tastes, so you can learn more about the texture and taste of each of the juices.

Finally, John will read from a published Cornell Master’s Thesis that discusses soluble and insoluble fiber, polyphenols, and antioxidants that juice can contain, and why drinking a more cloudy juice that has more fiber is probably more beneficial than drinking a juice that is filtered.

You will discover which of the different juicers put more or less fiber in the juice. You will learn which juicer you probably should not use if you are concerned with getting the most nutrients out of the juice. You will discover the best juicer that will allow you to make the highest quality juice, and learn the juicer that makes the most nutritious juice overall.

After watching this episode, you will learn the differences in fiber that a fast, slow, and 2-stage hydraulic press juicer puts in the juice and know how to relate that to the health benefits that may be derived. You will also discover the juicer that made the most nutritious apple juice.

Learn more about and purchase the Kuvings EVO820 Juicer at
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Learn more about and purchase the Pure Hydraulic Juicer at
http://www.discountjuicers.com/purejuicer.html

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlEzBhEncs4

Referenced Links:
Quality and Stability of Shelf-Stable Pulp-Rich Fruit Juice
https://ecommons.cornell.edu/bitstream/handle/1813/11142/Thesis.pdf?sequence=1

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