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Old 03-06-05, 01:11 PM   #1
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Im a juicer....

Ok, I admit it. Im a juicer. My kids love it, the wife loves it, I love it. I tend to juice in the Morning or early afternoon.

Problem is my juice machine just died. Looking at a couple different models to replace it with. I mainly juice citrus, but would like to get some apple juice as well.

Anyone have a favorite machine they can reccomend?

Thanks.
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Ok, I admit it. Im a juicer. My kids love it, the wife loves it, I love it. I tend to juice in the Morning or early afternoon.

Problem is my juice machine just died. Looking at a couple different models to replace it with. I mainly juice citrus, but would like to get some apple juice as well.

Anyone have a favorite machine they can reccomend?

Thanks.
I enjoy juicing as well. I use The Juiceman Jr. It sell for less than $100.00 and works well with all fruits and vegatables. Google The Juiceman Jr to order or find a dealer. Good Luck!
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I got my juiceman juicer for less than 50 bucks, and it lasted 5 years before I needed another. And then it was only because the screen wore out.
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there was another thread about juicers. Someone put up a link for a machine that was really good for leafy vegetables as well. Might want to give it a search. it was cost efficient.
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Anyone have a favorite machine they can reccomend?
This model has been in our family for about 45 years, and it's as good as it was the first day my mom used it to make carrot juice:

Waring Professional

Not a bad price, either.
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This model has been in our family for about 45 years, and it's as good as it was the first day my mom used it to make carrot juice:

Waring Professional

Not a bad price, either.
also the acme juicer I think it is the same juicer too http://juicers.livingright.com/

http://www.factorydirect2you.com/wap...kw=acme+juicer
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So are Jose Conseco and Barry Bonds. You seen the neck hotdogs on Bonds? Kinda gross.
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