Submersible Blenders In this review, which is a logical continuation of the recommendations for choosing a submersible blender, we have assembled the really best instruments. Wow read this 7 best hand blender Araboviches! Read More
Let’s do some history for a while. We are going to the 15th and 14th centuries. This was the period when crushing of grains was common for farmers, no actually, every member of the community. Women and children used to crush grains by grinding them against stones. The outcome especially grains, wheat, and cereals were amazing. The customers who wrote the review said, it was the fist-time she has used Breville juicers. This kept me thinking, how did I decide on which blender to buy? Read More
Are you worried about you not having a juicer? Well, I think I have good news for you here. With my easy-to-follow steps tutorial on how to use your blender to make a simple but perfect juice, you can have your green juice done in few minutes without a sweat. 04 best juicer for greens faradadazo? Read More
Cleaning a juicer machine appears simple at first glance, but it has more complexity than people think. We are talking about a device which daily interacts with degradable and perishable ingredients that, if not thoroughly removed from the juicer, can contaminate every single following product you make. Read More
Fruits and vegetables are nutrient-rich and very important components in everyone’s diet. Unfortunately, you can`t only eat so much, and many times you don’t get to eat enough fruits and veggies to sustain your needs. Sure, you can take supplements but nothing is better than chomping on the real thing. Good thing we have blenders. Or juicers. Which one is better anyway? Here’s the low down on blenders and juicers.
Benefits of Blending and Juicing
Fiber or no fiber
With a blender, you get to consume everything. Pulp, juice, and all. There is absolutely no waste and you get to enjoy all the nutrients plus fibers that are present in the entire fruit or vegetable. While with a juicer, you get to consume only the juice from the pulp. It removes the fiber so there is more room to add more fruits or vegetables. You can get more nutrients by sacrificing the fiber.