Does anyone know if you can use frozen fruits and vegetables in a juicer?
Would putting frozen fruits and veggies in a juicer hurt the motor (specifically a centrifugal juicer). I'm really just curious, fresh fruits and veggies is obviously better for you.
I wouldn't recommend it. I am a housewares merchandiser with Macy's/Bloomingdales and I think using frozen fare in a juicer kind of defeats the nutritional value of the juice produced.
There is nothing wrong with using frozen fruits and vegetables in a juicer. If the concern is about damaging the motor, I don't think there should be any unless it's a real cheap one, I guess. The best thing would be to check the owner's manual of your juicer to see what it says.
I've used frozen fruits and veggies and even ice cubes in a cheap blender to make smoothies for years now and it still works just fine. By the way, a carrot is harder than frozen fruit
Depends on the juicer! The Champion can take it. Put frozen bananas through there to get amazing fruit creme. Just like ice cream but no cream!
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