Reviews of three of the best triturating juicers, also known as twin gear or double auger juicers, based on performance, features, and price.
Triturating juicers are generally the most expensive type of juicer on the market. They are similar to masticating juicers, but the key difference is that a triturating juicer comes with two gears (or augers), resulting in the best quality juice with minimal oxygen added.
Reviews of seven of the best manual citrus juicers on the market, from basic handheld lemon squeezers to advanced orange press juicers.
A manual citrus juicer is a good solution if you’re looking to create quick fresh juices from citrus fruits such as oranges, limes, and lemons. But there are a lot of options available when it comes to manual citrus juicers.
Reviews of seven of the best centrifugal juicers on the market, based on power, juicing speed, juice quality, noise levels, price, and more.
If you want to juice fruits and vegetables fast, a centrifugal juicer is your best option. And for the best quality juice, you’ll need a centrifugal-style model with multiple speed settings and premium features to make it more versatile.
This article about stroopwafel irons carries a bit of nostalgia for me. As a child, with my Dutch heritage, I was lucky enough to be treated to stroopwafels (stroop waffles, or thin waffles) every now and then.
And today, I still happily make my very own stroopwafels, because they are just so irresistibly delicious. Not very healthy though, but it’s okay to indulge sometimes, right?
My review of the Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite, a versatile juicer that makes the process of juicing and cleaning up a breeze.
Some of you will know that I’m a bit of a blender nerd and a juice head. As a treat, I bought myself a Breville 800JEXL Juice Fountain Elite last year, and now it’s time to give you the goods on this juicer.