This juicer is the perfect example of efficient simplicity—no muss, no fuss. Enter our NewMetro Juicer Giveaway today on Appetite for Health and you could win one of these great juicing gadgets ($18 value).
Big juicer too much for you? Do you really only need it to get lemon juice for recipes, or maybe an occasional glass of fresh OJ? Then this is your juicer.
NewMetro sent over their JuiceLab manual juicer for us to try, and we were pleasantly surprised. The NewMetro Design JuiceLab features a scientific beaker-like container that holds 5 oz. of juice. The slim design makes it easy to hold and the non-skid ring on the base keeps it from slipping. I was able to squeeze a lemon quickly, without much force, and got an instant measure of the amount of juice, while the strainer captured all the seeds and most of the pulp. The best part, though, was that there was no mess: no squirts on my face, no seeds flying off! Plus, the juice pours out easily—no dripping, no waste, no transferring to a measuring cup. If you have extra juice, no problem—just pop on in the plug-style lid and refrigerate.
NewMetro Design JuiceLab is completely BPA-Free, made in the USA of 100 percent recyclable plastic, and it’s dishwasher safe. JuiceLab is ideal for for whipping up fabulous cocktails, as well as creating a myriad of sweet and savory recipes that call for citrus juice. I’m thinking this would make a good stocking stuffer for a foodie friend or someone who likes to cook healthy. So many recipes that are lower in fat and salt call for hits of citrus to amp up flavor. We like this one for those times when you need citrus juice and you need it quick and easy.
Want to try to win a JuiceLab in our NewMetro Juicer Giveaway? To enter, first “Like Appetite for Health on Facebook”, then, tell us in the comment section below this post (not on our Facebook site) why you need a new NewMetro Design JuiceLab in your kitchen! Enter by Friday, December 14th at midnight.
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