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YAY_PIXISBACK Posts: 254
7/22/10 7:25 P

Thank you so very much for your response!

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FROGHEMOTH Posts: 255
7/22/10 12:02 P

I haven't invested in a juicer, but I've heard that Champion is a really good extracter-but on the expensive side. I'm not sure if you could make a smoothie with it or not.

When my husband and I make smoothies, he hates seeds or chunks in them, so after blending, he strains it through a fine metal strainer and it comes out almost juice-like. It takes a little more time this way, but works pretty well.

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YAY_PIXISBACK Posts: 254
7/19/10 7:51 P

I want to make smoothies really smooth, but I'd also like to make juice that's only juice. Any suggestions? Is there one machine that will do both? Thanks everyone! emoticon

Edited by: YAY_PIXISBACK at: 7/21/2010 (19:38)
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