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    What can I juice with my Philips juicer?

    Published on 15 September 2023
    If you want to find out what you can juice with your Philips Juicer, read the article below and download the NutriU app for inspirational recipes at http://www.philips.com/NutriU.

    General tips and tricks

    • ​​​Use fresh fruit and vegetables, as they contain more juice.
    • Remove stones from cherries, plums, peaches, etc. You do not have to remove cores or seeds from fruits like melons, apples, and grapes.
    •  Remove thick peels that you would not eat, e.g. those of oranges, pineapples, kiwis, melons, pomegranates, and uncooked beetroots. When juicing citrus fruits, also remove the white pith, as it gives a bitter taste.
    • Leaves and leaf stalks of e.g. lettuce can also be processed in the juicer. To get the most out of your leafy greens, roll them up before juicing and juice the greens in between hard fruits like apples or carrots.
    • The thickness of apple juice depends on the kind of apple you use. The juicier the apple, the thinner the juice. Choose a kind of apple that produces the type of juice you prefer.

    What can be juiced with Centrifugal Juicers

    You can juice almost any kind of fruit, vegetable, or leafy green. Pineapples, beetroots, celery stalks, apples, cucumbers, carrots, spinach, melons, oranges, and grapes are particularly suitable for processing in the centrifugal juicer.

    Very hard, fibrous, or starchy fruits or vegetables, such as sugar cane, bananas, mangos, and avocados are not suitable for juicing in this appliance. Use a blender instead.
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    What can be juiced with Slow/Masticating Juicers

    You can juice almost any kind of fruit, vegetable, or leafy green. The juicer is especially suitable for ingredients like berries, tomatoes, spinach, pineapples, pomegranates, celery stalks, oranges, and apples, pears, grapes, carrots, cucumbers are suitable for processing in the juicer.

    Additionally, you can juice starchy ingredients such as bananas, mangos, avocados, or even almonds for special recipes like banana milk or almond milk (see recipe book or NutriU App) and wheatgrass and leaves for healthy green juices.

    The juicer is not able to process very hard ingredients, such as sugar cane.
    Masticating slow juicers
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    Get inspired by the NutriU App

    Download our NutriU app for inspirational juicing recipes (if available in your country).

    Visit http://www.philips.com/NutriU for more information.

    Did the solutions above help? If not, contact us for further assistance.

    The information on this page applies to the following models: HR1922/21 , HR1858/50 , HR1855/31 , HR1836/00 , HR1832/00 , HR1830/03 , HR1811/71 , HR1871/15 , HR1855/00 , HR1863/00 , HR1871/10 , HR1847/00 , HR1869/00 , HR1823/70 , HR1871/00 , HR1865/00 , HR1866/00 , HR1821/70 , HR1858/55 , HR1810/70 , HR1843/55 , HR1858/00 , HR1861/00 , HR1841/80 , HR1851/00 , HR2826/06 , HR1821/10 , HR1843/00 . Click here to show more product numbers Click here to show less product numbers

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