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August 27, 2006



My parents don't like juice but they make almond, peanut and cashew nut butter with theirs. It is a little hard on the motor, but fantastic. : )

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I have had a champion juicer for about ten+ years now. I LOVE it.

I wanted a juicer that was reliable, could handle just about anything, and was affordable. I found the Champion juicer to be all of those.

I'm glad to read the tip about putting the pulp back through a few times. I hadn't thought of that, but will try it now:-)


Hi Karen,

Great site I really love it! Something concerning me about the champion. I have read a few times that the high speeds of the juicer destroy the enzymes and nutrients of the juice. Do you know if this is true or not?



Great website. I need your help..
Congratulations on a job well done..

Heather Haxo Phillips

Hi Karen, the Champion website says champion does do wheatgrass. i was wondering if you had ever tried it or was just going on the general consensus that it doesn't. i don't want to learn the hard way if i can help it..



I am also very happy with my CHAMPION juicer. I have it for about 10 years now. Never have one problem. In fact the best I've found (if you want, like me, to make juices from wheatgrass or from the same kind of leaves) is to buy a small manual juicer. Mine is from LEXEN and is called "Health juicer model GP 27 A". I payed it 29£.. & something. It is just WONDERFUL for the is small and can be transported easily on holidays !


I've had a Champion juicer for about 30 years - they never wear out! - and have just learned to put the pulp through 2 or 3 times, and by then there is very little left, and what is left is pretty dry. I was so glad to learn this tip, and I feel I'm getting the very best of the vegs I juice.

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