We have become a juicing family over the last several months. Every morning I start the day with some fresh lemon juice and green tea, and we have enjoyed juicing many fruits and vegetables as a snack or during a cleanse. I have tried a few different juicers, including the Juicepresso.


The Juicepress is a cold-pressed juicer that is unique compared to the other juicers I have used. It’s differences include:

  • Patented one-piece extraction system (three-in-one extractor systems, merges the auger, strainer and rotating brush components and dishwasher safe and easy clean up).
  • Slow pressing with a 40-RPM motor, gently squeezes the last drop of juice, enzymes and nutrients from fruits and veggies— slowest on the market and more beneficial
  • 40% more juice
  • 72-hour juice life
  • The smallest footprint and lowest maintenance of any in-home slow juicer on the market
  • Make more than just juice, you can make soups, pancakes, almond milk, organic baby food, etc.

My biggest complaint about using a juicer is the clean up. The juicepresso has fewer pieces than some other juicers I have tried, so that makes clean up a little easier, but overall I would say it is comparable in terms of effort to clean. However, it produces more juice that is longer lasting so I can use it less often, meaning I don’t have to clean it as often. That is a definite plus.

I decided to make a green juice that I have made before because I know I like it and I know it usually produces about one glass of green juice (recipe below).


Following the instructions with my Juicepresso, I first cut the ingredients into small enough pieces to go into the juicer and not jam it.

vegs prepared

I started putting the ingredients into the top of the juicer and I was worried that it wasn’t working properly. It moves slower than I’m used to, and doesn’t make the loud grinding sound I’ve become accustomed to. Eventually I started seeing the juice and pulp come out of the machine and into the pitchers.


When it was all said and done, I had quite a bit of pulp and more juice than I expected to get. The Juicepresso definitely is more effective at pulling all of the juice from the fruit and vegetables.

pulp and juice

The Juicepresso expressed about 80% more juice than usual, meaning I had more green juice to drink for my health and well-being! This means my lemons will go further and save me money too, and I can juice 2-3 lemons at a time and have enough juice for three days. That is a real time saver!

green juice

Green Juice


  • 2 kale leaves
  • 1/2 english cucumber
  • 1 green apple
  • 1/2 grapefruit
  • 12-14 green grapes


  1. Wash all fruit and veggies
  2. Cut everything into pieces that will fit in the juicer
  3. Using the juicepresso plunger, deposit ingredients into the juicepresso, rotating ingredients to mix the flavours
  4. Chill and serve

Happy Juicing!



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