John from http://www.discountjuicers.com/ shares with you the best techniques to minimize foam being created in your juice when you are juicing.
First, you will learn that every juicer has its own set of pros and cons. To some foam may be a good thing, to others a bad thing, but foam creation is only one element that should be taken into consideration when purchasing a juicer. You will discover the juicers that put the most and least foam in the juices, so you can purchase the juicer that will meet your foam requirements.
Next, you will discover John’s tips for minimizing foam in the first place
Changing How You juice – Technique
Adding more carrots to fill the void in the juicer to minimize foam
Use non-foaming fruits
Use vegetables and fruits that contain fewer saponins
Ensure Outlet Cap is tightened / juicer is properly assembled
Select Hard and Firm, Fresh Produce for Juicing
Drop some flax oil into the juicer before and during juicing to act as lubrication and increase fat-soluble vitamin uptake
Dunking produce in cold water and leaving a little wet when juicing
Next, you will learn John’s technique for juicing in the Green Star Pro twin gear juicer, which is known to make more foam than other slow juicers, especially when juicing straight wheatgrass or straight greens.
Finally, you will discover 3 tips to reduce the foam in the juice that was created:
using a sieve
using a gravy separator to pour off the bottom
Using a Vacuum pump to lessen foam and dissolved oxygen in the juice.
After watching this episode, you will learn a juicing experts tips on minimizing foam if that is of importance to you.
Green Star Pro Juicer Used in this Episode
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