Ready for summer juicing? “Juicing is Trending”
Many of you, who have been in touch with the latest food trends, would know what is Cold Press Juicing and what is Centrifugal Juicing. Recent studies have shown that drinking freshly pressed juices have a lot of health benefits like reduces weight, boosts your immune, prevents infection and cleanses your system.
Let’s understand the difference between Centrifugal and Cold Press Juicing
Centrifugal Juicing: This is the traditional way of juicing, which has been around for as long as we can remember. This juicing is done with a fast-spinning metal blade that separates juice from flesh via a centrifugal force. The disadvantage of these juicers are that the fast spinning metal blades generate heat which in turn destroys some enzymes in your fruits and vegetables. The heat generated, oxidizes the nutrients and makes less nutritious juice than the cold pressed juice.
Cold Press Juicing / Masticating Juicing: This new trending juicing methodology extracts the juice by crushing and then pressing the fruits, vegetables and even leafy greens. This process in turn, yields high amount of juice and not much heat is generated. Hence, the nutrients of all your ingredients are intact and ready to work it’s magic on your body. The best part of this type of juicing is that your juice is clearer and healthier, without the froth or excess pulp produced by centrifugal juicers. So all you have is a glass full of nutritious juice and loads of health benefits!
KitchenAid, being a culinary brand for years, brings you an amazing Maximum Extraction Juicer for all your fresh juicing this summer! It gives you more juice with less prep work and comes with 3 pulp screens for low pulp, high pulp and sauces. Perfect for hard, soft or leafy fruits and vegetables.