Juice Your Way to Convenient Health with KENT Cold Pressed Juicer

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We all live in a super connected world today. Thanks to the internet and other media, most of us are exposed to a variety of information in the planet. Health is one of those. Many of us are now aware of the benefit of balanced diets, eating healthy, staying fit and so on. But, the catch is – How many of us follow it? Excuses abound aplenty – no time, too much effort, etc.

Fruits and vegetables form an extremely essential part of our diet. A juice is a good substitute. Daily dose of fruit or vegetable juice is also very effective in maintaining good health. Many studies say that the nutrients in juices are easily absorbed by our body. Here are some things and methods to consider if you are seriously contemplating juice as part of your regular diet.

  • Using a Pulp/ blade juicer– These juicers are also called Centrifugal juicers and is the most common equipment used in juice shops or our homes. While the output may be good, there is a downside. These traditional juicers use high speed blades to cut the fruit and crush the pulp which generates a lot of heat and destroys a good amount of nutritive value of the fruit or vegetable.
  • Using a Cold Pressed Juicer– This style of juicing involves the application of high pressure in order to extract juice. This style of juicing has received a lot of attention lately as the amount of juice extracted is higher in volume, helps retain the nutritive value to a considerable extent as no heat is involved and there is no loss of fibres. Freshly Cold-Pressed juices can be stored for 2 – 3 days in a refrigerator.

This week when I received the KENT Cold Pressed Slow Juicer for review, I was quite excited to try it out. Having heard the benefits of cold pressed juices, I was very interested to know if they lived up to their name.

KENT Cold Pressed Juicer

Equipment Set-up – the package arrived with most of the parts disassembled. Setting up is easy once you spend a few minutes going through the manual.

Wide Inlet – The inlet is designed to allow even bigger pieces of fruit or vegetable. It reduces the extra effort that goes into chopping them into smaller pieces. Hard veggies will need to be chopped into medium pieces. I tried to juice carrots and it got stuck. Had to cut them into medium size pieces.

Slow speed squeezing – The slow speed and high pressure squeezing ensures high juice extract from the same quantity of fruits or vegetables. The natural fibers are also not lost in this process, thus enhancing the taste and nutritive value of the juice. The juice also seems thicker.

Dual Filters – The juicer also comes with 2 meshes that is suitable for all sorts of hard and soft veggies and fruits.

Residue collector – The equipment has a separate box that collects the residual pulp after extraction.

Low Noise Output: The slow speed motor has a very low noise output when compared to traditional juicers. In fact, there was barely much noise when I tried making tomato juice.

Make juice from anything – This juicer can be used to extract juices even from leaves like mint, coriander, etc. Almond and walnuts milkshakes are now just a juicer away.

KENT Cold Pressed Juicer with Components Explained

This said, there is a downsides to the cleaning process. Even though the product comes with a cleaning brush, the entire process of cleaning is time consuming. The mesh has to be cleaned immediately, else the pulp may dry out and cleaning would be tough.

Hop on to the healthy bandwagon with KENT Cold Pressed Juicer.


Disclaimer: All opinions are of our own and not influenced in any way.

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12 thoughts on “Idli Sambar

  1. potato chips said on January 16, 2012 at 1:52 am

    hey its not that every sambar should be added tamarind water.. The unique taste of this idly sambar is that, it is made without tamarind water.
    The rich taste and flavour is created by the other spices which we usually do not add in the normal sambar..

  2. Shankar said on August 10, 2011 at 1:29 am

    Great…

  3. priya said on July 3, 2010 at 5:29 am

    Excellent recipe, give image ple.

  4. Lavi said on June 19, 2010 at 2:08 pm

    how a sambhar can be made without sambhar masala & tamarind water.
    also moong dal is added which is not reqd…what kind of SAmbhar is dis??????? surely not a south indian one…

  5. ngar said on May 20, 2010 at 3:22 am

    its good

  6. ipsita said on April 18, 2010 at 4:29 am

    yummy………………… yaar
    very delicious

  7. ipsita said on April 18, 2010 at 4:26 am

    yummy…………… very delicious
    thanks

  8. Sriram said on March 19, 2010 at 12:09 am

    Very poor explanation. Without tamarind water how can you make sambar. Thoor dal to be pressure cooked and then added. It is not the way to make sambar. I request the website people to screen the recipe before putting onto the website.

  9. premashyam said on August 5, 2009 at 9:57 am

    excellent taste thanks for giving this method

  10. vel said on April 6, 2009 at 2:57 pm

    It is really delicious , Thanks

  11. vel said on April 6, 2009 at 2:55 pm

    It is really delicious, Thanks

  12. priti said on November 17, 2008 at 12:14 pm

    good

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