Question about Juicers
What does the manual say? Depending on the item your putting in is whether or not you have to peel it or not. Typically no, you don't peel the fruit before using a hand juicer, but it
it's a matter of taste.
I don't peel mine.. I aim to get all the vitamins and minerals that i can obtain from fresh fruits and veggies.
Some oils in the peel are making the juice bitter though, you have to do a trial and error on that. On Lemons because the white pith on the lemon (just under the yellow bit) can be quite bitter, and it will inadvertantly end up in your drink.
It will not cause you any problems if you do not peel the lemon. It's just a matter of taste. I just looked through all my juicer manuals and "Juiceman" says to leave them all on except for oranges and grapefruit due to their "extreme bitterness". My Waring manual (the one I use now) says you can do it either way but recommends you buy their citrus reamer. The other manuals say to peel them.
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Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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