Centrifugal juicers are the most common types of juice extractors for domestic use. Below you can find a host of centrifugal juicer reviews. They are widely popular because of their affordable price and quick operation. Those who don’t want to spend too much time or money on juicing, usually prefer centrifugals. On the other hand, most models of these juicers are comparatively less easy to clean, mainly because of the complex structure of the cutting blades.
Centrifugal juicing machines come in a variety of designs, shapes and sizes. Depending on the quality, their price can range from $50 to $350, though you can get a good centrifugal for around $150.
Equipped with a very powerful motor, these juicers separate sap from pulp by spinning the produce at a very high speed (up to 18,000 RPM). Their high speed produces juice very quickly but also results in heat build-up and oxidation which can decrease the enzyme activity and might also deteriorate the quality of the juice.
Although some can process softer items, centrifugals are considered ideal for juicing harder produce e.g. carrots, apples, beets etc. Basically, these machines are one-dimensional and cannot be used to process foods, make ice-creams etc. but you can use the leftover pulp in a variety of recipes.
If you want to enjoy homemade fresh and tasty juices, you can’t go wrong with a good-quality centrifugal machine. A more detailed insight can be found here: What is a centrifugal juicer?
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