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Potato Juice

kettlebell

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Hi Everyone,

I am going to make some potato juice and have seen everyone recommending a centrifugal juicer. Why not a masticating juicer?

A masticating juicer (A VERY good one) is all I have and surely it will extract the juice just as well as the centrifugal. I have juiced a lot of things in the past - Fruit, veg, small children etc and it does an incredible job of separating the juice from the pulp (I the case of potatoes most of the starch).

I was going to try it tonight and juice a few potatoes and fry the juice until golden brown and eat with some salt.

Surely a masticating juicer will do the job?
 

Ray-Z

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kettlebell said:
Hi Everyone,

I am going to make some potato juice and have seen everyone recommending a centrifugal juicer. Why not a masticating juicer?

A masticating juicer (A VERY good one) is all I have and surely it will extract the juice just as well as the centrifugal. I have juiced a lot of things in the past - Fruit, veg, small children etc and it does an incredible job of separating the juice from the pulp (I the case of potatoes most of the starch).

I was going to try it tonight and juice a few potatoes and fry the juice until golden brown and eat with some salt.

Surely a masticating juicer will do the job?

Kettlebell: Do you purchase conventionally farmed children or the pastured kind?
 

narouz

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Ray-Z said:
kettlebell said:
Hi Everyone,

I am going to make some potato juice and have seen everyone recommending a centrifugal juicer. Why not a masticating juicer?

A masticating juicer (A VERY good one) is all I have and surely it will extract the juice just as well as the centrifugal. I have juiced a lot of things in the past - Fruit, veg, small children etc and it does an incredible job of separating the juice from the pulp (I the case of potatoes most of the starch).

I was going to try it tonight and juice a few potatoes and fry the juice until golden brown and eat with some salt.

Surely a masticating juicer will do the job?

Kettlebell: Do you purchase conventionally farmed children or the pastured kind?

:shock: :lol:
 

jyb

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In your opinion, what are pros and cons of a masticating juicer vs centrifugal juicer?

@kettlebell: do you have any juicer recommendation for here in the UK? There's a range of juicers and prices on Amazon.co.uk.
 

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