Miracle Exclusives Stainless Steel Manual Wheatgrass Juicer MJ445
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- Manual Solid, non-toxic, Matt finish stainless steel.
- Juices wheat grass, leafy greens and soft fruit.
- Includes pusher, wrench, stainless steel auger, stainless steel screen and end cap.
- Commercial and Household use.
- Low foam, high yields and easy to operate.
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Miracle Exclusives Stainless Steel Manual Wheatgrass Juicer The Miracle Exclusives stainless steel manual wheatgrass juicer is efficient and easy to operate. The auger is modeled after our top-of-the-line commercial juicer. This revolutionary design eliminates the need for a regulating screw on the tip. This juicer produces very little foam. It is extremely easy to operate and to clean. The MJ445 is made of solid, non-toxic stainless steel in a matte finish. It comes complete with everything you need to start juicing, except the grass. The mounting clamp is wide enough for tables and countertops more than 1.5 inches in depth. This machine is very durable. It will give you many years of trouble free service.
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I'm planning on using it to run citrus skins to squeeze the juice out ... we'll see. Anyway, spend the extra dough and get this one. The strainer fits right, metal doesn't grind up against metal, get a nice little grass plug out the end, cleans easy, holds tight on the counter (you'll need that... since it's high pressure, you'll get a workout) etc.
I would also recommend oiling the threads w/olive oil. It is stainless steel and you do not want it to gall!
Summing it up, this is a solid contraption.
Having read that some folks stoppered up the tip from the inside with some sort of makeshift washer-gasket thingy to build up pressure, guess what I did to extract more juice?
I held the big side of the supplied green plunger wand over the OUTSIDE of the tip for a few cranks. Everything backed up inside and voila! Juice. Sure, I ran the pulp through a couple of times but it was fun. You would not believe how delicious the tough ends broken off asparagus, the huge bottom of a cauliflower, a couple of celery stalks and a half of tomato pushed in whole were.
In a few days when the wheatgrass is peak, I'll be ready.
This juicer works as a "juicer" well for leafy greens, sprouts, cabbage, wheat grass, etc., things we don't normally think of as "juicy" - on the other hand things that are full of juice, like tomatoes, grapes, and apples, don't really juice well in this machine. They puree, like the old food processors, but it does separate some juice from the puree. This problem with soft stuff can largely be overcome by mixing soft things with the stiffer, harder greens. Have to run it through again two more times to make the greens dry with all the juice out of them.
You may have better results with soft stuff by putting thinner rubber washers on the inside the fiber/pulp spout at the opposite end from the crank (making the pulp/fiber spout tighter makes the crank harder to turn for greens and grasses, etc.) As long as you don't hear metal-to-metal scratching/rumbling (when it is clean, dry, with nothing in it) you should be OK. You can also put shims on the crank-end to tighten the auger nose, as some commenters have suggested, but be careful to choose smooth, thin, washers (5/8" I.D.) so as to not tear up the embedded nylon shim-axis bearing, and the washers should be at least as wide O.D. as the nylon bearing, or it will tear the nylon bearing. In my hardware store I found the standard Stainless Steel washers, and the steel "AN" washer (whatever that means) fit well, the AN being a tad bit thicker. All the other 5/8" washers were too thick or not wide enough O.D.
BEFORE YOU GO FOR THE PIPE WRENCH - remember that the pulp spout turns clockwise to loosen. That is called a "left hand thread."
And don't forget to oil the nylon shim/axis bearing with cooking oil, the thicker the better. Castor oil is the best, if you have it.
Aside from mixing the soft stuff with the stiff stuff, I decided to buy a different kind of juicer for my soft stuff.
I have not tried it yet without the screen.