If you are trying to pursue a healthy lifestyle, then a juicer might be a great appliance to have. It will not only help extract from fruits and vegetables all of the nutrients necessary for your body and health but also allows you to have fun mixing tasty drinks as well.
We recommend the Cuisinart CJE-1000 Die-Cast Juice Extractor for its versatility and durability.
Cuisinart CJE-1000 Review: Notable Features
A Great Assistant for a Healthy Lifestyle
Poaching or boiling vegetables can reduce the amounts of beneficial nutrients.
A healthier alternative is to juice them, which will allow you to keep nearly all of the nutrients that your body needs. You can also be creative with your drink to make it flavorful.
The CJE-100 juice extractor has a 1,000-watt motor, which is considerably more powerful than the majority of other juicers on the market. It’s powerful enough to crush and extract juice from harder fruits and veggies such as beets, carrots, spinach or apples with ease. So soft fruits and veggies like citrus or celery definitely won’t be much of a problem.
As a centrifuge, it can’t be very quiet. Thanks to its solid construction with everything fitting to each other perfectly, however, the juicer won’t disturb your ear too much while it’s operating.
With its large feeding chute and a strong motor, it can handle whole produce, thus minimizing the need for prep work. On the other hand, it won’t be able to yield as much juice as a masticator, especially when it comes to juicing leafy greens. We’ve found that to extract the same amount of green juice, centrifugal juicers like the Cuisinart CJE-1000 will need considerably more raw ingredients when compared to a masticating juicer.
The juicer comes with a foam-reducing filter basket, but you will still find some extra froth in your drink.
Diverse Range of Power Options
The Cuisinart CJE-1000 Die-Cast Juice Extractor comes with multiple power options suitable for various types of food. You can adjust the extractor’s power from one (weakest) to five (strongest) by switching the dial. The first level is for soft fruits like citrus and the fifth is for harder fruit and veggies such as beets or pineapples.
Stainless Die-cast Steel
The Cuisinart CJE-1000 Die-Cast Juice Extractor is made from stainless, die-cast steel. This makes it not only a very good-looking, accurately dimensioned machine that pleases the eyes. It also makes for a very durable juice extractor.
Even though almost every other juicer on the market has this, we think it’s still worth mentioning that the Cuisinart CJE-1000 Extractor has a safety mechanism in place to prevent it from working until everything has been locked securely in place. This will prevent unexpected start-ups which may cause unwanted injuries.
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Cuisinart CJE-1000 Extractor is designed with a 3-inch feeding chute, which is large enough to fit in various types of fruits and veggies. Carrots, celery, small-sized apples and pears, ginger, and cucumbers can come in whole. Still, you may find yourself struggling to put a whole big-sized apple through this feeder. Chop the apple in quarters to fit the chute and you’ll soon have a nice glass of apple juice ready to go.
The adjustable, anti-drip flow spout is designed so that you won’t have juice drips and splashes everywhere in the kitchen. The machine has removable parts that are dishwasher-friendly. However, we suggest that you should clean it right after use to avoid the juice and pulp hardening on its surfaces.