Tips on Juicing

  • Always wash fruit and vegetables before juicing. The easiest way to make sure they are juice ready is to wash and dry them thoroughly before storing.
  • Citrus fruit can be juiced in the Juicer, but remove the skin and excess pith before juicing.
  • Its best to juice harder fruits and vegetables at higher speeds. If the lower speeds are used, the load put on the Nutri Disc™ will be greater and can cause the juice to be less than the optimal yield and can cause the motor to potentially stall.
    • Below is a guide for fruits and vegetables and their suggested juicing speed with the Juice Fountain® Multi-Speed.

      Fruit/VegetableSpeed
      Apples5
      Apricots (stone removed)2
      Beets (cleaned, trimmed)5
      Blueberries1
      Broccoli4
      Brussels sprouts (trimmed)5
      Cabbage4
      Carrot5
      Cauliflower4
      Celery5
      Cucumber, soft skinned4
      Fennel5
      Grapes (seedless)1
      Kiwi fruit (peeled)2
      Mangoes (peeled, stone removed)2
      Melons (peeled)1
      Nectarines (stone removed)2
      Oranges (peeled)3
      Peaches (stone removed)2
      Pears hard (stalks removed)5
      Pears soft (stalks removed)2
      Pineapple (peeled)5
      Plums (stone removed)2
      Raspberries1
      Tomatoes1
      Watermelon (peeled)1