Hurom Makes Slow Juicing Your New Favorite Ritual (+ 3 Recipes)

While juicing at home is the far more economical choice, in choosing between the effort of dealing with an older model juicer versus just shelling out $$$ for a juice that didn’t require 20 minutes of clean up, the decision was pretty clear. Until now.

These days, a morning green juice is about as ubiquitous as adding collagen and coconut cream to your a matcha latte. With juice shops popping up in even the most remote towns, more and more people from all walks of life are beginning to recognize the benefits of green juice (and purple, and bright yellow, too!). Made right, which is to say, filled with mostly veggies and not too much fruit, a fresh-pressed juice can be a valuable addition to your wellbeing – or even a gateway to a more healthful way of life if you’ve struggled to turn the corner. Packed with vitamins and minerals and, for some, easier to digest than a fiber-filled smoothie, a morning green juice could even help you kick your caffeine habit. With so many benefits, it’s easy to see why everyone loves it… What’s not so lovable? The hefty price tag that comes with that freshly-pressed elixir. With some juice bar orders topping $10, that juice habit of yours can add up quickly. Not only that, but fresh juice can begin to lose nutrients and flavor quickly, which is why that bottled version you grab from your corner juice bar on your rush to the office just doesn’t hold up to the kind made to order.

Clearly, the answer to having freshly made juice on hand at all times is to just make it yourself, right? But until recently, the offerings for at-home juicers were sorely lacking. Models were either large, loud, and bulky and/or far out of any reasonable price range. Trust me, I know, as the owner of what might be the loudest and most difficult to clean juicer on the planet that put a solid dent in my bank account back in 2003 (to be fair… it’s held up since 2003). These hulking beasts took up valuable counter space, lacked in extraction, and, while powerful, boasted the decibel level of a jet engine. On top of that, the high-speed centrifugal blades of a traditional juicer move so fast that they can actually heat up the liquid and kill off nutrients – really!

While juicing at home is the far more economical choice, in choosing between the effort of dealing with an older model juicer versus just shelling out $$$ for a juice that didn’t require 20 minutes of clean up, the decision was pretty clear. Until now.

Meet the Hurom Slow Juicer. A.K.A. your wallet’s (and your body’s) new best friend.

Unlike traditional juicers, the Hurom Slow Juicer uses an auger, similar to what you might use to squeeze citrus, to squeeze out every last bit of liquid from your fruits and veggies. No high-speed blades or shredders in sight. This design means nutrients stay intact while every last drop is extracted – meaning less waste for you and your compost bin. Once you’re done juicing, cleanup is a breeze. A far cry from the experience of disassembling and scraping out traditional juicers of the past. The Hurom allows you to whip up juices of all varieties and even your favorite nut milk, no more blending and pressing nuts and seeds through messy nut milk bags.

This pretty appliance (really, it’s beautiful. Just look at it.) also boasts a small footprint, storing easily beneath your sink and making it perfect for small space living. Though I wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to display it.

After years, decades even, of status-quo juicers and pricy juice bar offerings, the Hurom feels like the at-home juicer we’ve all been waiting for.

Ready to get juicing? Once you get your hands on an Hurom, try the recipes below to jumpstart your at-home juicing routine. Juice bar? What juice bar? Welcome to your new routine…

I hope whoever adopts my old juicer from the thrift store is very happy (and owns earplugs).

The Classic

Ingredients

2 carrots, rinsed

1 apple, halved with seeds removed

1/2 -inch piece of fresh ginger, washed and peeled

Large handful fresh kale, rinsed

½ lemon, peeled and sliced

Method

Add ½ the apple to the juicer, followed by carrots, kale, ginger, and lemon. Finish with the second half of the apple. Enjoy!

 

Golden Ginger Turmeric

Ingredients

1 mango, peeled and sliced

1 cup pineapple

1 cup packed baby spinach

1/2 -inch piece of fresh ginger, washed and peeled

1/2 -inch piece of fresh turmeric, washed and peeled

Method

Run all ingredients through the Hurom juicer. Top with a pinch of black pepper. Enjoy!

 

Celery Morning Jumpstart

Ingredients

3 cups celery, washed and chopped

1 handful parsley, rinsed

Optional: ¼ lime, peeled and sliced

Method

Run all ingredients through the Hurom juicer. Add ½ cup chilled filtered water to the juice and mix. Enjoy!

 

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Comments

  1. Thanks a lot for sharing!
    I’m thinking of treating myself with a high-quality juicer. Hurom is definitely on the list!

    Juice fasting is very powerful detox tool. Have you tried it out? What’s your take on it?

    Best wishes and keep it up!

  2. It is better to eat the raw vegetables instead of the juice. Myabe 2 juices per week and the rest of the days eatin the fresh vegetable si s better to maintain your pH in a 7 level. Drink enough water and make some exercise to keep you fit.

  3. The celery morning jumpstart is what i need. Celery is a perfect source of antioxidants and beneficial enzymes. It is rich in vitamins C, K and B6. What a wonderful feeling to know that you did something good for your health today! I drink natural detox juices https://cancancleanse.com/index.php/juices/juices/ which are always seasonable. I drink a lemon+ginger water in the morning and green vegetable juices like the celery morning jumpstart during the day.

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