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Beetroot Mon 05-Jun-06 10:02:04

Which one for fruit and veg???

bramblina Mon 05-Jun-06 10:06:17

My blenser is also a juicer, it's a moulinex I think. To make it juice things, it had a cylinder that goes on top of the blades, a tall tbe thing, with mesh on the sides. You throw the fruit etc in to the tube, and as it does it's thing the juice gets squeezed out through the mesh. I think it was about £25 5 yrs ago.

Beetroot Mon 05-Jun-06 10:07:40

this?

Bramblina,, thanks

Beetroot Mon 05-Jun-06 10:15:19

this looks good?

bramblina Mon 05-Jun-06 10:25:47

Hell, £168! No, more like this! Can't see if it's got the insert same as mine but it appears to do the same job!

Beetroot Mon 05-Jun-06 10:50:22

i really want one that only does the juicing job as I want to used everyday. Thanks though. I bought a cheap one and it fell to peices and alot of the joice was wasted in the pulp.

biglips Mon 05-Jun-06 10:51:25

ive just bought a brill one from Lloyds Pharmacy chemist for a tenner as it was reduced from £30 and it really works too

JackieNo Mon 05-Jun-06 11:02:21

Some recommendations on another juicing site here . Think we've got the moulinex £49 one, but don't use it as often as we'd like.

Beetroot Mon 05-Jun-06 11:18:13

I have ordered the l'equip one reduced to 90 pounds

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