Fast juicers – also known as centrifugal juicers – extract juice a lot faster compared to slow juicers – also known as masticating juicers. And while you may not want to spend a lot of time extracting your juice and a fast juicer may be a better option for you, you will have to deal with the noise as they tend to be very noisy. Besides, you may not be able to extract your juice when other people are still sleeping.
Although slow juicers don’t make a lot of noise, they tend to get clogged a lot more often unless you chop your produce into very small pieces before juicing. Fast juicers don’t clog easily as they are able to grind vegetables and fruits into a pulp. This has made fast juicers a lot more popular in the market than the slow juicers as can be seen from this juicer review article.
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Fast Juicers
Fast juicers, just as their name suggests, have fast juicing speeds. They are also able to extract a lot of juice as they are able to break down most of the cells that are in vegetables and fruits. Besides that, fast juicers are also easy to clean, aren’t expensive and allow you to eliminate pulp in case you don’t like it.
Since they give you the ability to efficiently and quickly extract your juice from a large number of vegetables and fruits, you will be able to save on time as well as get the daily dose of your freshly extracted juice. Fast juicers are best suited for people who are always on the move and don’t have time to wait for a slow juicer. Also, its low price point means that anyone keen on getting started on juicing can easily get started.
One major disadvantage of the fast juicers, however, is the noise. Because of how fast they operate, they are a lot louder and produce a lot more heat because of how fast the mesh blade spins. Because of the heat produced, your juice will be foamy and will separate very easily.
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Slow Juicers
Although slow juicers are still new in the market and are not as popular as the fast juicers because of how expensive they are, they still get the job done. One major advantage that a slow juicer has is that it can process leafy greens such as kale, mint, wheatgrass, sprouts, and other types of herbs. Because of the slow extracting process, the juicer is able to extract most of the nutrients from your choice of fruits, leafy greens, and vegetables. It’s also a lot quieter than the fast juicers.
And while it’s a lot quieter than a fast juicer, one disadvantage of a slow juicer is that they aren’t sold with a dump mechanism for pulp. This leaves the excess pulp that’s been produced during the extracting process to remain stuck in your juicer leading to a more difficult cleaning process. It’s not ideal for people on the go as it takes three times longer to extract the juice.
But, the major disadvantage of slow juicer is that it is very expensive and can cost more than two or three times compared to a fast juicer.
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