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|09-21-2018 05:01 AM|
There are some interesting reasons why peoplle choose for raw foods diet
1. General Health and Well-being
2. Disease Prevention and Reversal
3. Weight Loss and Maintenance
|08-31-2017 12:33 AM|
: May I ask which juicer you ended up getting, and how you're going with it?
I've been juicing lots of carrot, apple, and celery on my fast juicer but I'm thinking about adding soft leafy greens (like spinach or kale) because they're have less sugar and are healthier. I figured what I need is a slow juicer, but can't make up my mind if I want a single gear or a twin gear one. A twin-gear costs at least $400 and a high end one is like more than a grand, but I heard the juice yield and quality are much higher. So I'm contemplating between the Omega J8006 ($300) and the twin gear Tribest ($600). I've seen very positive reviews for both: https://lunaregina.com/best-juicers/. (The Super Angels seem good but price is out of my range)
If you have a good experience with either of the Omega's I'll probably go with it too and save the $300 to buy more organic veggies.
|07-31-2017 06:07 PM|
|mars haven||I really like the Omega juicer too. You can do so many things with it like make pasta and soymilk for tofu.|
|06-12-2015 08:06 AM|
|Kiwibird08||I got the J8600 because it was on clearance at a local store that was no longer carrying Omega products. I've found it to be perfectly fine for all my juicing needs (which includes lots of greens as well as 'softer' fruits). Haven't really tried making nut butters or nut milks with it yet (though I hear the vert is best for nut milks, or just use a blender) yet, though I have been working on some interesting raw 'projects' with the pasta attachments.|
|06-03-2015 10:32 AM|
|peas_22||The Omega J8006 is cool too!|
|05-28-2015 05:17 AM|
|SergGr||Ntw, here is the comparison between the Omaga NC800 and the Omega 8006: http://bestpressjuicers.com/omega-nc800-review/|
|05-27-2015 12:58 AM|
|SergGr||The Omega NC800 is better (higher yield, less pulp) etc. If you can spend more on the juicer, get it.|
|03-01-2015 08:23 AM|
This video was the deciding factor for me. I prefer a pulpy juice, and that yield on those greens is incredible!
Omega NC800 vs Omega 8004 Comparison Review: Leaf…:
|03-01-2015 08:18 AM|
|02-28-2015 06:45 PM|
|02-28-2015 10:46 AM|
I just saw John Kohler's video comparing the two:
When I was trying to decide what the best juicer for the money was, and when I was comparing high speed blenders, I went to his Youtube site. The man is a wealth of information.
Did you already receive the juicer? How is it?
|02-28-2015 09:26 AM|
|02-28-2015 09:24 AM|
|02-28-2015 06:58 AM|
|janetc||I have the Omega 8004 - same as the Omega 8006, but in white for less money. I love my juicer: not hard to use, I don't think it is any more labor/cleaning-intensive than the centrifugal, and they are solidly built. And they have a 15-year warranty.|
|02-24-2015 08:28 PM|
is there a substitute for tofu in recipes?
i have all these tofu recipes.....would you substitute chicken or maybe beef? Help :-( :-( :-(
[Just to clarify: lurlettascottking is asking if tofu can be used instead, where a recipe has chicken or beef as an ingredient.] Leedsveg: Mod Team
|02-10-2015 09:03 PM|
Investing in a juicer - Omega 8006?
Hi all. I'm not fully raw, but since juicing seems to be bigger among the raw community, I thought I might find the best advice here. I drink green juice 1-2 times a day as well as using it as a base for breakfast smoothies, and I've decided it's time to invest in a nice juicer. I currently have a centrifugal juicer, which I'll probably hang on to for juicing soft fruits for the boyfriend, but since I'm juicing so many greens (and possibly wheatgrass in the near future. Any tips for growing my own?) I think it would be well worth my money to get a masticating juicer. After some research I've come to favor the Omega 8006. My concern is that I'm being wowed by all its extra functions rather than its juicing abilities. So, I need some advice from you juicers out there. Is this really a good choice, or do I need to keep researching?