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Toddler Girl Fruit Bear Polka Dots Print Underwear Briefs
Toddler Girl Fruit Bear Polka Dots Print Underwear Briefs Review
T. Wirkerman "wirkwoman1": I have had my Breadman for almost two years and have never had a problem with it. Whole grain breads, fruit and vegetable breads, using the dough cycle-all completely reliable. It's so enjoyable to have fresh wholesome bread at my convenience. Try the Breadman Ultimate. You won't be sorry!
Anami Bremer: Makes great juice quickly. To clean it quickly and easily, take it apart, rinse under cold water, and use a round vegetable brush to swish all the residue off the stainless steel basket. Takes about 3 minutes. I just put all the pieces on a towel to air dry on the kitchen counter because I use it several times a day.
Brian LaShomb "bshomb": It's surprising that previous reviewers find this machine hard to clean. The simple cleanup is why I can live with it! I am hardly the most patient individual and if it's not easy, I usually won't stick with it. The trick is to get a good quality vegetable brush. Use it to clean your vegetables before juicing, and to clean the mesh basket after. I just use water for daily cleanings and soap and water once a week. Less than 2 minutes time for daily cleanup, not too bad if you ask me :)
Marcus T. Brody: This juicer is a very high quality juicer at an extremely low price. I've used juicers that were $400 and more, and this one blows them all away, for several reasons.The main reason I love this blender so much is the ease of cleaning it. It takes a mere minute or two to clean this sucker, when I've spent 5 minutes cleaning other juicers. The Juiceman II also juices basically any vegetable you throw at it, unlike other juicers. I've had no problem juicing the toughest of greens like kale, and even wheatgrass, which some say you need to buy a seperate juicer for. Hogwash! The Juiceman II does it just fine.I'm on my second model, because the first one died after about 2 or 3 years of use. So it's pretty durable from my experience. The reason it died was I tried to juice a frozen banana, which is not recommended. Anyway, great model, and I'm glad I own one.
neurotome "neurotome": I was interested in getting started juicing, and I compared several juicers on Amazon.com, but I got offered this one through the Gold Box for a good price.Pros: It works! It's been great with carrots, celery, apples, pears, and especially ginger root, which I recommend adding to all your juices. It's not so hot with softer fruits like nectarines or peaches, and I've yet to try tomatoes or pineapples. It juiced grapes easily, though, handling the stems with no problem. The juice tastes good; it is very aerated and by the time it hits your glass apple juice will already have started to brown.Cons: It's not quite loud enough to hurt your ears, but you will certainly never use this without waking up everyone in your house. It requires a firm hand on top to keep it from rattling. The safety mechanism is modeled on Cuisinart's, but it seems less foolproof - it'll protect you from a slip, but not from an attempt to defeat it. And the feed tube is a little small - a large apple has to be cut up into 8 pieces, not 4, to fit in. That's annoying.Cleanup is pretty quick. You'll be wanting a sink that has a sprayer attachment; if you have that, cleanup takes about 60 seconds. I do recommend lining the pulp box with a plastic bag for easy disposal. Even if you do elevate the bag around the edges of the spout, you'll find that bits of pulp do manage to escape. The pulp itself is dry and sort of sawdust-y, and would probably make good compost.One word of advice - start slow on the juices. If you do what I did and drink 30 carrots the first day you have this machine, you'll discover that you might be in violation of your state's "emissions laws," if you know what I mean and I think you do! But other than that I'm happy with the juicer and very glad I bought it!