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A reamer is used to take juice from something, for example a lemon. There is a cone with troughs at one end and the other side is a handle.

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

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The reamer itself is considered a type of juicer, as one of the methods of producing juice is with the use of a device characterized by a conical blade with deep troughs running its length.
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Grinding out the inside of the fruit with the blade of a reamer will usually dislodge the seeds and some of the pith so it is suggested to strain the juice before using it.

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First, cut the fruit in half. put the reamer into the fruit with the cone going into the middle of the fruit and you holding the handle. rotate the reamer while pressing the cone against the sides of the fruit. lastly, strain the juice because the pulp and seeds will probably be mixed in with the juice.

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