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I recommend this juicer to anyone that wants to improve their health by juicing greens. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. I give the 4 star rating because I believe that there is not a perfect juicer out there. The centrifugal and masticating both have their pluses and minuses. Here is my view. I did a lot of research on this, after, as many of you, saw the film Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead.
I'd always been interested in juicing, and had a 30 year old Vita-mix that I could never get the results I wanted out of not the machine's fault , so a dedicated juicer really made sense. I did NOT want to make fruit juices! I wanted to stay away from large amounts of sugars. I also realized how little vegetables our family really ate, especially the leafy green ones, so that pointed me towards the masticating type of juicer. While I have no doubt with centrifugal types of juicers leafy greens can be done satisfactorily with a little strategy, my research was clear that the masticating type was preferable for leafy greens.
A centrifugal juicer works better on softer fruits so they say. My next requirement was due to my DNA I do not have the cleaning gene sequence, apparently, so I wanted something that was easy to clean, and my research told me a centrifugal model would NOT meet my needs. If it was too tough to clean it will never get used I love my Cuisinart, but it is lonely, spending time in the cupboard, for that reason.
So I got the Omega , because it matched my kitchen better and did not have sales tax vs the basically same model, chrome vs white. We enjoy juice multiple times a day and my 16 year old son, who complains about everything, drinks it, albeit begrudgingly. We've taken it on the road to a soccer tournament, and drank juice away from home as well.
It has a permanent home on the kitchen counter now With a wife that has to "put everything away", that is a great indicator to how important it is to us now. Some of the pluses -If it fits in the chute, it can usually handle it. Harder produce may need cutting.
You can have a conversation standing over it and we often do. Basically, it just does the job! Cons not really cons to me, but some things to realize -The chute is a bit small. It is slower and is more methodical. Do some research, and you might find organic produce worth the cost. Some of our experiences that might help you out: I then cut the produce accordingly.
While I saw a youtube video saying this juicer is not good for carrots, I find carrots are no problem, I usually halve them lengthwise quarter for really large ones , drop them in the chute and they feed themselves.
You might get faster on the juice part with a centrifugal, but the cleanup evens out. Understand, this works better with fresh and crisp vegetables.
Mushy or older produce may not work as well. Trust us on that one! It's a brilliant sweetener, and a little goes a long ways. Along with lemons, can really help some people get over the "green taste". I rarely write reviews, so I hope you understand how happy we are with the Omega , and I hope I've given you some information to help make a choice, because, really, it's a tough one.
There are a lot of juicers out there, and I think the differences may be more personal and the type of produce you use than actual performance of the machine. This review is coming from someone with nearly 20 years of juicing experience that has realized tangible benefits long ago and am sold on the need to juice. I then educated myself on every juicer on the market - learning the brands, watching endless youtube videos and juice-off comparisons, and of course following that up with reading numerous customer reviews.
Investing in the right juicer is a big decision and it is cheaper to get right in the beginning. So this review will share what I learned and I hope this helps you make a decision. First, know this, 1 the best juicer is the one you use regularly - if it is difficult or too time-consuming to use or clean or too be big to fit in a prominent place in your kitchen the honeymoon will be short. If you juice only once in a while, the higher investment will never pay for itself. But, if you juice 2x day, or for several people, it could be within 3 years of so before the more expensive juicer actually pays for itself.
The above cost analysis was for all those people on the fence about price. What is does well: Leafy Greens, Wheatgrass, Celery, Carrots. Like almost all masticating juicers, soft fruits are not their thing, they do better in centrifugal juicers or smoothies. Centrifugal juicers just do not leafy greens well at all, period. Masticating juicers like this squeeze the life, I mean juice, out to the cells.
These are the best way to get nutrients from greens since we are not cows with four stomachs designed to break down the cellulose walls to extract the nutrients, humans don't do this well so the need to chew their greens many, many times to break it down before swallowing.
Few of us do that, we often ignore the parsley with comes with a meal, even though ounce for ounce it is the most nutritious thing on the plate. And the few times someone like me does put it in my mouth I chew lightly and swallow since it is not a pleasant taste. Leafy greens and wheatgrass do very well. Do not underestimate cleanup as a factor in your selection.
Some juicers take in excess of 10 minutes to properly clean. Perhaps not a big deal if you make a large batch for two days but if you make a glass to drink fresh twice a day then cleanup time is serious consideration. Cleanup time on a juicer is mostly related to the size of the screen which needs to be cleaned right a way with a brush including with the juicer else the holes get clogged and the process becomes less efficient.
The Omega model has a short screen and only a few parts and once you master a workflow for cleanup is literally less than 2 minutes, probably the shortest time for any juicer on the market. The more expensive Omega Vert is only 10 years. That is the only difference!!! However, it is known for stalling on carrots, clogging on stringy celery, and having plenty of pulp in the juice - see reviews. Compared to the Omega series, based on video juicer-offs, it has a lower yield and much higher foam for wheatgrass and greens like kale.
Also, cleanup is about 2x longer so the faster feed may be compensated by the longer cleanup depending on how much you are juicing at one time. Even with that, the yields are lower than the Omega and the net price would be more. But, since the blades wiz by so quickly they oxidize the juice - this is evidenced in the foam. As a result these juices have a shorter shelf life. Which is not a problem if you drink your juice right of way. But, that's not all, this can harm the enzymes.
So quality of juice is not as good, but total time is significantly less - lower quality is always better than anything you buy in the store so if you are in a rush each morning and only can make time to drop a whole apple and a handful of carrots down the shoot, get a centrifugal juicer. A better juicer that is not used is a useless juicer.
Double auger juicers feed leafy greens and wheatgrass in very well - they will literally pull them in between the two augers. This is great but with harder things like carrots, you will need to push down unlike a single auger which will go in easily and be broken-up during the initial feed. The Greenstar model will also produce a lower yield and more foam with wheatgrass and leafy greens but will do better in terms of yield with carrots, apples, celery and cucumbers.
The longer screens on these models add to the cleanup time. The Super Angel is by far the most efficient juicer for just about everything and cleanup to faster than the Greenstar. This is the Rolls Royce of juicers and possibly the best juicer in the world and will juice anything that can be juiced via a two step process that first triturates break apart the produce and then presses out the juice in a hydraulic press.
This is the juicer recommended for the Gerson diet since it has the best quality and quantity. Good choice for big families, especially if you want to save on baby food, but not as great if juicing for one - as I am.
Frozen Banana Berry Smoothies: The Omega has attachments for pasta, baby food, spaghetti, and a blank screen. I have used the blank to make frozen banana and berry smoothies. These are great and better than ice cream. I personally add a few whole nuts and coffee beans so they get ground up to make a great treat with a caffeine buzz.
Smoothest if you run it through twice. Invest in a good sharp knife. Start and end with a carrot - if you are using carrots. All masticating juicers require some back-pressure at the end and the harder pulp of carrots is perfect - softer apples are less ideal. I also end with a carrot to push out any slush.
Alternate your produce as you juice, do a carrot, a few leafs, celery, then a carrot Instead of doing all your carrots, then all the apples Don't force it too fast, push it in slowly, it's not a Breville.