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Products to Help Reduce Food Waste

According to the NRDC, Americans waste nearly 40 percent of the food they buy—does this ring true in your household? If you find that plenty of produce, meat, and even dry goods end up in your trash...
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Juicers : Champion versus Omega ?

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by LJcfp 7 years ago

Just got a Champion...have had an Omega for many years,which I consider superior to the Champion.....opinions please ?

Juicero Countertop Cold Press Juicing System

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 3 years ago

This announcement of the introduction of Juicero, a system of pre-packed raw juice ingredients and press combined with an app hit my inbox this morning. I've not read the whole website yet, but ...

Do I need both a VitaMix and A Juicer?

omotosando
by omotosando 12 years ago

Okay, with a busy lifestyle, I find it no problem eating fruits - put piece of raw fruit in mouth, eat. Vegetables are another story. So, I've decided to invest in a VitaMix on the theory that ...

Professional/Semi professional quality blender for smoothies

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by desidude 3 years ago

Hello friends, I hope you are doing well. My fiancee has been using an Oster (from Costco) blender to make smoothies for breakfast. She usually puts in some fruit, nuts and juice or water. A...

Citric acid and aluminum

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by lemonadelori 3 years ago

Anyone know of a product to put on aluminum to prevent the black stuff from dripping off of an aluminum lemon squeezer? I have a lemonade stand and use the wear ever aluminum citric squeezers. Af...

Cast iron citrus squeezer -do they work?

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by bearzie 13 years ago

Has anyone tried the cast iron citrus squeezer that turn the citrus halves inside out and squeeze the juice out of them? I've seen them in different colors. Orange for oranges, yellow for lemons ...

I'm Looking to Buy a Manual Citrus Juicer

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by elapp1126 4 years ago

I have an oxo hand sqeezer, but I'm looking to upgrade, I'd appreciate any recommendations. I'll be using this primarily for lemons/limes, occasionally oranges for cocktails. Thanks!

make fine texture puree without getting air in it, best machine/technique

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by frazzleberrypudding 4 years ago

I want to puree frozen blueberries, blackberries, and muscadines to an ultra-smooth puree. Ideally, maybe 2 liters at a time. I don't mind if they get cooked a little in the process, as happens in ...

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