FeaturesJune/July 2014 Issue

Tools of the Trade

There are generally three types of juicers—hydraulic, masticating and centrifugal. The granddaddy of juicers, hydraulic machines first crush the items and then squeeze them to maximize liquid yield and minimize pulp waste. Their lofty price means most of these machines are used in commercial settings.

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