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Re: A Juicer [Re: Gringo Bling] #8588245 04/30/22 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Gringo Bling
They are great in theory. Ultimately what happens with devices like juicers, bread machines, pasta maker, ice cream machine, panini maker, etc. is that they will get a bit of use initially, but then go to the back of the cabinet never to be used again. Juicers are a PITA to clean, as well.

Same with my George Forman Rotisserie cooker. Great product at the time but was hard to clean and rotisserie chickens became cheaper to buy than to make. It’s far back in a cabinet somewhere.


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Re: A Juicer [Re: spacejunkie] #8588288 04/30/22 04:20 PM
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Spacejunkie, that juicer can’t be adapted for Margarita making. The wife is already, after one use, complaining about the work required for a glass of carrot juice. And let’s be honest, how hard does one want to work for a glass of carrot juice.

A couple of years ago we had a Margarita maker. But it would only make two small ones at a time. That will not be enough production for any sort of party time. We gave it away to a daughter who later gave it away.

And…no, I haven’t had a Margarita, darn it. Not recently anyway…


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Re: A Juicer [Re: 603Country] #8588307 04/30/22 05:13 PM
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Ninja smoothie blender is the way to go. Easy to use, easy to clean up, and takes up little space. Use them for healthy drinks, to grind ice, or to construct adult beverages. They even make portable models that allow you to mix that margarita while fishing.

https://www.amazon.com/Ninja-Person...ie+blender&qid=1651338376&sr=8-3


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Re: A Juicer [Re: 603Country] #8588333 04/30/22 07:23 PM
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It’s a giant waste of vegetables. I tried it. The juice was fine it take too many veggies for a glass. My favorite was cucumber, apple and ginger.





Re: A Juicer [Re: 603Country] #8588383 04/30/22 09:21 PM
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Originally Posted by 603Country
Personally, I like tomato juice, but I’ll buy the juice already made.
Yes and V-8 as well. And Sister Schuberts makes pretty good bread you can find in the frozen section. So we have no need for a juicer or bread maker.

As far as devices, I guess the air fryer is hanging in there.

I just remembered another one. My parents had a Fondue pot I guess in the 60s. It was short lived fad, and they still make them.

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Search for a margarita smoothie recipe. The one my wife makes has a frozen banana in the recipe. Diabetes limits me to a half of a banana and no alcohol, it makes for a good breakfast snack.


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Re: A Juicer [Re: 603Country] #8593922 05/08/22 08:42 PM
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Had to tell ya. The juicer has been retired. Didn’t take long. If I put it in the classifieds, ya think anybody would be interested in acquiring it?


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What Danny B said. V8 and Sister Schuberts. Both are great!!

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Originally Posted by 603Country
Had to tell ya. The juicer has been retired. Didn’t take long. If I put it in the classifieds, ya think anybody would be interested in acquiring it?



don't make anyone pay for it. it's almost criminal.


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Meatloaf was a juicer:


Re: A Juicer [Re: 603Country] #8595046 05/10/22 07:03 PM
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I went through my juicing phase years ago.
I believe I bought a "bullet," and still have it.

Yes, it's worth it, that is until you get tired of doing it.

Juicing fruits is great "once you drink them," but the cutting up, cleaning up gets old.

Juicing vegetables is all about mind control. We all know we "need more vegetables," and juicing them is a great way to get nutrients.
However, "juiced vegetables" do NOT taste good, no matter what you do to them.

Therefore, a person gets tired of all the work, the cutting, the cleaning, the storing of loads of "vegetables" in the refrigerator until he/she finally puts the juicer in the cupboard and forgets it.

It's like buying exercise equipment from the TV...

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