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Any Norwalk Juicer Owners on Chowhound?

I love the juicer and the juice is the best! People cannot believe its quality.

Jan 18, 2013
Sigmundine in Cookware

Any Norwalk Juicer Owners on Chowhound?

Thanks ever so much. I will try all your suggestions. I so appreciate your generosity! Will report back again after I spend more time juicing :)

Dec 15, 2012
Sigmundine in Cookware

Any Norwalk Juicer Owners on Chowhound?

Hello McGuffin! I bought the Norwalk juicer per your recommendation, and I love it! It's so much easier to clean than the centrifugal ones. The last juicer I owned malfunctioned while juicing beets, and besides the parts that flew apart narrowly missing me, I spent hours cleaning beet juice from ceiling, floor, cabinets and walls! No danger of that with the Norwalk! I followed your advice to the letter and ordered the extra bags, cloths and grids. Thank you so very much! :)

Dec 14, 2012
Sigmundine in Cookware

Any Norwalk Juicer Owners on Chowhound?

Thank you so very much. I will do as you suggest.

BTW, off topic, but curious: does your moniker, MacGuffin have anything to do with Alfred Hitchcock?

Nov 25, 2012
Sigmundine in Cookware

Any Norwalk Juicer Owners on Chowhound?

To repeat my question from the other thread: I am looking for a juicer that produces the most nutritious juice, stainless steel and relatively ease to clean up. I am willing to make a substantial investment in this venture. I have read glowing reviews of the Super Angel and some people think the juice is even of better quality than the Norwalk. Also, some people recommend getting the Norwalk with the Wells presser. Why is that? Doesn't the Norwalk have press? Also I really would like to stick with one juicer - what do you recommend for my purposes?

Nov 25, 2012
Sigmundine in Cookware

Any Norwalk Juicer Owners on Chowhound?

Thank you for directing me to this thread.

I am aware of the difference and some advantages of blending vs. juicing, and tend to blend drinks for myself. But for some of my patients I believe juicing is the way to go as they are so nutrient deprived. If you have thoughts about this I am most interested.

Re: The Norwalk juicer, I've been reading all links I can find for the last few days. Many reviews for other juicers sounds excellent and then you see that person is a distributor or has a financial stake in the product. It seems the Norwalk is the way or go for my purposes, but I want to be sure it is really worth the investment . Thanks again for your response.

Nov 25, 2012
Sigmundine in Cookware

Which juicer to buy?

@MacGuffin - I just registered on this site to ask you about your Norwalk. I am an acupuncturist who also specializes in diet. Coming to the realization that my patients simply don't have the time to prepare and ingest the variety of vegetables that I am suggesting, I have decided to set up a small business preparing individualized juices for each one. Some of my patients are very ill. I need the highest quality with no plastic, one that can potentially put out volume, and one that I can clean.

It seems, based upon everything I've read so far, that the Norwalk is the best for my purposes. Yet I read glowing reviews of the Super Angel and some people think the juice is even better quality. Also, some people recommend getting the Norwalk with the Wells presser. Why is that? Doesn't the Norwalk have press? Also I really would like to stick with one juicer - what do you recommend for my purposes?

Nov 25, 2012
Sigmundine in Cookware