Introducing Juisir, A new innovative cold pressed juicer that requires no cleaning.
When the email landed in my inbox from Froothie proclaiming there was a new cold pressed juicer, I was instantly intrigued. What first hit me was the sleek simplicity of the design. The pure white body and lack of unnecessary complication is reassuringly high tech and totally supports the ethos behind it. The self-cleaning element is, without a doubt, a major attention-grabber and a hugely appealing selling point.
Homemade Cashew Milk and The Froothie Optimum G2.1 High Powered Blender
I closed the lid on my blender and prayed that everything would go well. It had been on the blink for a while now, but as I only wanted a basic smoothie, surely it would be able to cope? I watched as it spluttered and choked on the contents and, before I knew it, I was racing out the back door with said blender smoking. Into the bin went the charred remains. I’ve never had much luck with blenders but to be fair, it’s my own fault…this is what is to be expected when you buy a cheap one and then test it beyond its limits. As for food processors, my impatience means I dislike cleaning them and changing the blades to suit whatever I’m making. I came to the conclusion that I finally needed a blender that could cope with my exacting kitchen requirements.
You know how it is, you have something that you use for years, but then it breaks down and you say you’re going to get it fixed…but you never get round to it! Inevitably, you get used to not having it. We were like this when the grill in our cooker decided to stop working. We didn’t miss cleaning it (it was always a pain) and the frying pan became our new best friend. The one thing that we remained aware of though, was that it wasn’t as healthy as grilling, so we rejoiced when Summer came along and the BBQ was put into operation.