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juicehead

and juicer
n. a heavy drinker; a drunkard. The tavern is always filled with juicers on Friday night.

juicer

verb
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A BREVILLE Juicer extracts 70 percent more nutrients from the fruit because of its patented titanium-reinforced nutri disk.
The juicer is parked behind sliding glass doors so people can watch the process, because Spence also wants food to be "safe, [the processes] transparent, honest, and fun.
You also get some of the fiber from the ingredients with a slow juicer.
The problem started when a juicer was left on standby overnight, and Anthony said he will never make that mistake again.
The smallest footprint and lowest maintenance of any in-home slow juicer on the market.
1 green apple (Granny Smith's or cooking apple as they contain the least sugar) 1/2 cucumber 6 sticks celery 4 large leaves of kale 1 carrot 1 inch long ginger stem 200g spinach Simply pump it all through the juicer and serve over ice.
Offering the worlds freshest, best, local, organic cold pressed juices, the Juicer Heroes side ensures you can achieve your nutrition goals.
ALESSI JUICER, PS47, REDCANDY Literally the most fabulously fashionista way to squeeze your lemons, with a hint of an alien movie about it.
SARAH Ferguson has been starring on US shopping channel QVC promoting a healthy eating juicer.
The Juicer is a simple, double-headed micro USB cable that can transfer power from one mobile device to the other.
Tapping into the juicing and smoothie trend, Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa (PMMAF) has introduced 3-in-1, made in Malaysia juicer blender, providing users with convenient and quick juicing, blending and even grinding options in one single product.
14 -- Glen introduces modern range of kitchen appliances Egg master GL 3036, I-Blender GL 4047 and Slow Juicer GL 4016.
If you're still set on a juicer, the Dash JB001CM, $140, turned out fresh and tasty apple, carrot and orange juice in ShopSmart's tests.
Positioning blenders as juicer substitutes makes space and economic sense.