Waring is a brand that makes many kinds of kitchen appliances, including blenders, drink mixers, food prep tools, wine chillers and centrifugal juicers. They are a large company and thus able to produce kitchen appliances at quite an affordable cost. If you’re after a “goof-proof” juicer that you can’t really muck up with, and if you are on a strict budget, this may be a juicer you’d want to consider.
I will just say that if you are wanting the full health benefit of raw juice that has been cold-pressed (centrifugal juicers heat the juice, not hot but enough to not be counted cold-pressed and thus “raw” anymore), go for a single auger, masticating or twin gear juicer. These are undoubtedly the best. They will also extract more juice out of your fruits and vegetables, thus you will get more liquid out of your raw ingredients. It will also keep better and longer and retain its health-boosting qualities longer if you use a masticating juicer. However, money constraints are understandable, and any juice is better than no juice. So if you are still considered buying a Waring juicer, read on.
What juicer models are available from Waring?
Currently Waring has available:
- Waring Pro® PCJ Series
- Professional Juicing Centre
- Professional Citrus Juicer
- Waring Pro® Juice Extractor
- Citrus Juice Attachment for Juice Extractor
- Waring Pro® PJE Series
- Juice Extractor
- Juicerator® with Pulp Eject System
The Waring Pro PCJ Series Juicing Centre is stainless steel and claims to be vibration-free and quiet operation.
The Waring Pro Citrus Extractor has a very heavy base for quiet operation, and utilises a reamer to fast juicing of anything from limes to big grapefruits.
The Waring Pro Juice Extractor has an extra wide chute and brushed stainless steel housing.
The citrus reamer attachment for the Juice Extractor above claims to juice all citrus from limes to grapefruits.
The Waring Pro PJE is stainless steel inside (blade and internal parts) and claims to be quiet and vibration free.
The Juice Extractor is also stainless steel and quiet/vibration free.
The “Juicerator” with Pulp Ejection System has an 850 watt, two-speed motor, and a 3-inch chute that can fit up a whole apple’s width.
So which Waring juicer do you think would be the best buy?
Well, if it’s Waring you’re after, I’d recommend the pulp ejection system one – the Juicerator. Non-pulp-ejection centrifugal juicer machines are a pain to get the pulp out of. A pulp ejection system will spit it out for you so that you don’t have to deal with that! It will make cleanup easier. Does use more power, but then if you’re going to be turning it on and off less and powering through all your juicing ingredients at once, and FAST with the high-speed motor, then you’re probably going to end up using the same amount of power as a less gutsy Waring juicer that you have to keep fishing the pulp out of. Plus, it is better to use a juicer with all-stainless steel insides, because juice can sometimes be quite acidic, and acidic liquid has the ability to leach chemicals out of plastics. You don’t want toxins and chemicals leaching into your juice, so it’s best to go with an all-stainless interior – not just a pretty brushed stainless housing look. 😉
Best of luck! Come back to the Daily Juicer when you’re ready to start juicing and want some interesting recipes! I look forward to posting even more juice recipes for you to try, and to hear of your experiments and expeditions into the world of Waring juicers.