Miracle Wheatgrass Juicer

Miracle Manual Wheatgrass Juicer:

When it comes to hand juicing your wheat grass manually, the Miracle Hand Wheat Grass Juicer is considered to be one the best – for either commercial or home use.

The Miracle Manual Wheatgrass Juicer Mj445 is made of a high quality, matt-finish stainless steel and it has really raised the bar in quality and efficiency in manual juicers. It delicately extracts the juice from wheatgrass as well as healthy, leafy greens.

Miracle Wheatgrass Juicer

 

The Miracle Wheatgrass Juicer gives owners a much higher juice yield and produces less foam, which always makes the juice nicer to drink. It is a very simple juicer to operate and also to clean up afterwards.

The Miracle Wheatgrass Juicer is constructed out of solid, non-toxic stainless steel for maximum durability and hygiene. The stainless steel has a nice matt finish. The juicer comes with pusher and wrench.

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NOTE: There is also an electric Miracle juicer available here

Miracle WheatGrass Juicer Features:

  • Revolutionary new auger design
  • For commercial and home use
  • Easy to operate and clean
  • Higher juice yield with less foam
  • Includes pusher and wrench
  • 1 year warranty

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Miracle Wheatgrass Juicer Reviews from Customers:

4.0 out of 5 stars Good for the price. By Tatiana Chacon “tachora” (Santa Cruz, CA)

It is a very sturdy juicer, great value for the price, specially because it won’t rust. The downfalls of it are that you have to put it apart every time you use it in order to clean it, it is a work out to juice, and I am not sure it extracts the most juice out of the grass. Still, I am new at wheatgrass juicing, but I am almost certain it won’t get much better unless you buy a way more expensive electric juicer.

I did my research before purchasing this item and it seems to be the best manual juicer that you’ll find out there.

4 out of 5 stars – My arm’s tired By Internet Person

First off, absolutely solid construction. Bulletproof. It could stop bullets. You could juice bullets. If something fits, and you can turn the auger, you can probably juice or grind it into a palpable substance.

And depending on that substance, it’s easily cleaned. Running water and 2 minutes is generally enough to clear out the grass bits or coffee grounds and gun powder.

It does take some elbow grease, it’s easy enough to turn if you don’t overload it, or even if you do, but there’s a lot of turning involved and this takes time. Probably not a viable juicer for large quantities and multiple servings.

So, what does it do?

Wheatgrass: Excellent primary design function. It does a really great job at pulling the juice out, minus a few drops, in one pass.

Spinach: There isn’t a terrible mount of of juice in spinach leaves to begin with, and the pulp is still wet after mashing it up, but it’s better than a centrifuge juicer.

Arugula: It tastes awful.

Ginger Root: Goes well with arugula. Not a bad yield.

Carrots: Eh, it works. It’s not practical, there’s a lot of waste, and the pulp has to be pressed a few times to make it worthwhile; it’s good exercise. Overall a bad idea, but you CAN do it.

Grapes: The pulp is wet, but the juice yield is high. Way too sweet by itself and everything get’s sticky if you don’t wash it immediately.

Coffee Beans: The beans grind to a good consistency. It’s hard to turn if too many are dropped in at the same time so it can be a little slow to grind a large amount.

Peanuts: Yep. Peanut butter. It works. Adds some time to the clean up though.

Honestly, I still want to get a centrifugal juicer or one of those expensive (well, even more expensive) masticating juicers that do all of your fruits and veggies in one pass and juice by the gallon (And take 20 minutes to clean up afterwards…), but this little chunk fills a niche.

(Would have been nice if it came with a juice cup that fits underneath; there isn’t much clearance for anything to catch the pulp or juice. I’ve been using a flat tupperware container and an angled plate.)

5.0 out of 5 stars great wheatgrass juicer By Twilight “Junebug” (Georgia)

The first juicer I purchased was a disaster so I was a bit leary about purchasing another manual juicer. I wanted a reasonably priced juicer that would be durable and easy to use.I am very happy with my purchase. This juicer is made totally out of stainless steel, every part is very good quality. It is easy to assemble and that was important to me since I use it daily. It is a manual juicer so I was a bit concerned but it is very easy to crank. The juice flows from below and the pulp is discharged from the end of the unit which makes cleanup so easy.It has a deep base so it will fit easily on a thick counter edge.

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