I’m so glad you decided to join my free 7-Day Juicing 101 Challenge.
You’ll receive more info and tons of tips and recipes during the challenge starting on Monday, August 8th!
In the meantime, the number one question I get when it comes to juicing is which juicer is best.
FAQ: Which juicer is best?
My personal favorite is the Nama Well J2 slow juicer. You can get $55 OFF if you use my discount code BOV10 at checkout. While they do offer payment plans, I understand that it’s quite the investment. A slightly cheaper option is their J1 juicer, which works just as well (my BOV10 code will give you 10% off that juicer).
FAQ: What’s a low cost alternative to using a juicer?
I know it can be tempting to opt for juicers that cost a lot less, but as someone who’s tried many different juicers at various price points, I’d actually recommend using my “juice without a juicer” option instead. A low quality juicer will yield a lot less juice and therefore make you lose money in the long run. So if investing in a higher quality juicer is simply not an option right now, here’s what I’d advise:
- Get a nut milk bag or cheese cloth (these are easy to find online and cost about $5-20, scroll down for a link)
- Use your blender (see notes below) to blend the juice ingredients and then filter them them through the nut milk bag or cheese cloth into a glass jar.
- Note: if you don’t have a blender, it’s easier to find good, more affordable blenders than it is finding great juicers at the same price point. If you’d like a list of recommendations, let me know!
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Tip: I personally prefer glass straws over metal or bamboo simply because they’re easiest to clean and since they’re see through, there’s never any doubt about whether they’re actually clean.