Win a Juicer: Breville Juice Fountain Duo!

Drink, Juices & Smoothies

We want to help you start juicing for a healthy new year! Throughout the month of January, we’re giving away an assortment of our favorite juicers. Today, enter for a chance to win a Breville Juice Fountain Duo, which allows you to make your own fresh juices from fruits and vegetables. With a powerful motor (and five speeds!) you can customize extraction to the type of produce you’re using and ensure the maximum yield every time.

 

To enter, just leave a comment on this post by Monday, January 21 at 6 p.m. (PT) telling us your best juicing tip. We’ll pick a winner at random. Want to know if you’re the lucky winner? We’ll email our prize winner on Tuesday, 1/22, so be sure to check your inbox. Good luck!

926 comments about “Win a Juicer: Breville Juice Fountain Duo!

  1. Heather

    My best juicing tip is to leave the skins on most vegetables and fruits. There are so many nutrients in those skins, why take the time and energy to remove them before you juice?

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  2. Heather

    Not really a tip since we don’t have a juicer yet, but we would save the pulp to add back into juices or use in baking!

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  3. Kate

    The best juicing tip I know is to make your leafy greens as dense as possible by rolling them together before pushing them through the feeding tube. You get MUCH more juice out of them this way. Happy juicing!

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  4. Ana

    My tip is to try to avoid overly sweet juices. Sweet juices are nice as a treat, but you I to minimize the sugar content.

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  5. Kelly E.

    I don’t have any experience with juicing, so I have no tips to offer. I’d love to win one as cleaning up my diet is a big goal for this year.

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  6. Mickey

    I like to use the pulp. It is a great way to save money and get extra nutrition!

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  7. Julia

    No tips yet – hoping to start juicing this winter and learn through trial and error! Though I hear adding ginger to mostly veggie recipes brightens up the flavor.

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  8. Sean

    When I first starting juicing, I thought everything is healthy and all these fruits MUST taste good together. I learned the hard way, mixing too many types of produce together makes a funky tasting juice sometimes.

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  9. Allie N

    I haven’t had a juiced drink in probably 10 years, back when my mom made them for us! I used to love it when she made them for us. You can really toos a lot of different fruit in there and it almost always tastes great! I have always wanted one, but I don’t think we’d ever have the extra money to purchase one. This would be great! Awesome give-away!

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  10. Michelle D

    I like to put a little bit of banana in my juice mix and blend it like a milkshake. This reduces the bitterness in your drink if you’re using grapefruit for example.

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  11. Cruz

    Always use a glass container to store your juice! I made the mistake of storing my carrot juice in a plastic container and left it out by mistake overnight, in the morning there was carrot juice all over my counter!

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  12. William

    It is such a big time saver if you prepare your produce for juicing ahead of time.Wash is, cut it up, and store it in a zip lock bag in the refrigerator. Then when you want a quick snack, it won’t seem so tiresome to make.

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  13. Ann D

    Drink your juice as soon as possible after juiced! It starts to lose its nutritional value as time passes and can turn a funny color such as apple or banana as time passes.

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  14. April

    Try not to use more than 4 different fruit & veggies at a time for a great juice every time.

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  15. Blanca

    Some fruits and veggies are just not super easy for fresh juice such as bananas and berries. Try to stay away from “mushy” produce.

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  16. Ros

    If your juicer has a pulp bin, put a small waste bag in it. It saves time washing it afterwards. I hate spending 15 minutes cleaning for one glass.

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  17. Ryan Ows

    I like to keep the motor running for about 15 secs after I am finished putting everything in. You’ll be surprised at how much juice will keep coming out of the machine.

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  18. Kirstin Medaglia

    add something with a bit of density so its a bit thicker and yummier!

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  19. Callie

    Add a squeeze of lemon to your glass of juice. It brightens up all combinations and is great for detoxing your liver.

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  20. Chris

    Juicing is amazing! If I only had a Breville Juice Fountain Duo to make some amazingly healthy juices!

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  21. Valerie H

    I don’t have any tips yet because i don’t have a juicer. That’s why I hope I can win this one. I have read many articles about juicing, though, and they all point out how important it is to prep all of your produce in advance to save time in the mornings.

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  22. Daniel

    A good way to get more juice from your produce is to run wet pulp back through the juicer. There’s always some extra juice in there.

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  23. Cruz

    Use a glass container to store you juice, not plastic. Plastic has chemicals and toxins that can seep into your juice.

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  24. Jeannie

    Best tip for juicing… there are no rules.. throw it all in there… and enjoy

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  25. Janelle

    Juicing tip: fresh ginger is great in veggie and fruit juices, but a little goes a long way.

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  26. Niki

    Juicing tip – save the pulp after pressing your juice and incorporate into your baking! Great way to use every ingredient to its fullest potential and stay healthy! Fresh juice & a delicious spinach bread? Win-win!

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  27. Carla

    Unfortunately, I have no tips because I don’t yet have a juicer! This one looks like a great one to start!

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  28. CJ

    Oh my how I would love to be the random winner!!!! I love randomness and winning this incredible juicer would take random to another level!! Plus, it MUST be meant to be because my doctor just told me at my appointment this a.m. that I must develop a better lifestyle if I want to be around and suggested juicing! :)

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  29. ERIN COLTVET

    I don’t have a juicing tip because i don’t have a juicer yet, but i’d LOVE LOVE LOVE to get one!

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  30. Tracy

    My best tip is to experiment with all kinds of fruit/veggie combinations. You never know what you might discover!

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  31. Amber

    My tip is to listen to your body when coming up with new combinations of juices. Of course, you shouldn’t be afraid to try new things, but if the thought of a particular combination makes your stomach feel weird, chances are that’s your body telling you it wouldn’t be good for you.

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  32. Becky

    My tip is to get a much better juicer than the one I have! The one pictured looks awesome!

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  33. Susan

    I would love nothing more than to make juices for my almost 2 year old who we strictly feed organic and whole foods. Not to mention I’m about to give birth to our second child and it would be an amazing compliment to optimize nutrition during nursing!

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  34. Julie Toth

    I love to take the pulp left over from juicing and mix it into sauces for dinner. The kids never know the difference.

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  35. Ellen Polzien

    My partner is getting ready for jaw surgery this month…a juicer would come in very handy!

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  36. Kazmin Williamson

    LOVE THIS! I so want one, thanks Williams Sonoma for an awesome blog!

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  37. Katie Green

    I’ve been wanting to get into juicing at home for quite some time. This would be a great way to start!

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  38. Jon Miller

    “Chew” your juices. Juices rapidly assimilate, so swishing them around your mouth before swallowing allows the digestion process to begin by mixing the juice with saliva. Savoring your vegetable juices in this way makes a huge difference

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  39. Julie Wagner

    No tips….but would love to start using this and I am sure tips would follow

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  40. Kelly Cito

    Wash the juicer immediately after so there is no blockage and damage to the machine. Love juicing! You can incorporate so many healthy vegetables without having to taste them if you don’t want to!

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  41. Sharon McCarthy

    Pick me, Pick me! I juice all the time and my juicer just quit on me. HELP!!

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  42. Holly Blair

    i use my pulp as mulch in my garden to grow more beautiful veggies for juicing!

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  43. Janice Watkins

    Best juicing tip? Keep the left over pulp to add to your compost pile! You’ll thank yourself come spring :)

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  44. Nancy Cullen

    Organic is best but if you can’t get organic, peel the fruit and vegetables first. By peeling, it rids most of the pesticides out of the produce.

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  45. Julie

    My family is working on eating healthier and we would love a juicer to help us with getting some nutrition in while we are on the go.

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  46. Lauren K.

    Best juicing tips: organic fruits and vegetables and not using too many kinds. Keep it simple.

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  47. Annette Cifuentes

    My mother has been juicing since I can remember. Her speedy recovery from a lumpectomy and masectomy was because of the main nutrition she had due to juicing. My best tip to anyone is to drink the juice within the next couple of minutes. If not, you can freeze in ice cube trays (as I do for my kids drinks). I also add a bit of ginger to everything and balance some sweet fuits with vegetables.. This would be a really nice gift for her since her juicer is pretty old and beat up..

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  48. resham

    We started juicing last year and the whole family loves it! They all help me prep the produce by washing and cutting it and then help me clean up too. We use all sorts of fruits and veggies – apples, beets, celery, kale, spinach, kiwi, carrots, ginger, hard berries, etc. Sometimes, I have extra juice left over and I freeze it in ice cube trays and then put it in soups and pastas. Extra nutrients all around!

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  49. Melissa Sfida-Allen

    Juicing is a delicious way to get substantive nutrition. We’d love to win!

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  50. Rachelle

    I would love a juicer! My favorite juicing tip is to combine fruits and vegetables, making the juice that much healthier and slightly less sweet…. Love it!

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  51. Lindsey

    Love adding spinach and / or kale to everything. You really can’t taste it but you get all the good nutrients they provide. :)

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  52. Mrs Shannon K Orton

    My best tip is to not buy a cheap juicer. I tried it and it was a mess, I need a really good one like the Breville Juice Fountain Duo, or nothing at all!

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  53. Margaret H

    I don’t have a juicer, but I’ve heard there are a lot of good uses for the leftover pulp!

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  54. Kathy Streib

    Don’t have a juicer yet but we have so many fresh vegetable and fruit stands in South Florida this would be a great way to take advantage of them.

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  55. Audrey Mosello

    I love to juice every morning. My “base” juice usually consists of kale (or sometimes spinach or both!), lemon, ginger and parsley. Then I add pear, or apple, or carrots to sweeten. Delicious with so many health benefits!

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  56. Lisa

    I haven’t juiced before but would love to start~I have a garden and always wanted to take advantage of the abundance of vegetable we have that we can’t eat or give away, and I think this would be a great way!

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  57. emily evans sloan

    My favorite “juicing tip” is that carrot based juices help give me the “get-up-and-go” I need to make it through the dreary winter months… probably the complex vitamin B and other nutrients found in carrots… plus it makes a beautiful cheery color of orange! I would love to start making my own juices!

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  58. Holly

    I love juicing, our juicer right now has been broken for a while but I fixed it with duct tape so it still works but is on it’s last leg,so a new juicer would be FABULOUS!

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  59. Jacqueline Allen

    Kale kale and more kale! Kale with anything is so delicious and healthy. I’m ready to have my own juicer so I can stop borrowing my moms’!

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  60. Stephanie Kindig

    I am so excited to check out this juicer! I want to live healthier!

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  61. Marie Amico

    I would love, love, love one of these! Juicing is so absolutely good for you. Vitamins and nutrients….

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  62. nichol perez

    I never juice but I would love to now that I am eating fresh fruits and veggies and giving up processed foods for me and my kids. Thanks!

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  63. Kim

    Favorite Tip: Store Juice in Mason Jars, for extended freshness and ease of shake-up!!! Happy Juicing :) ((((hope I win)))

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  64. Kristina Gomez

    Juicing is the best way to trick my kids to “eat’ green veggies !!!

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  65. Hillary Gibson

    Keep it simple! I like to mix a base and and acid- like a banana with an orange, it really balances the flavor and nutrients out.

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  66. Brittany Conerly

    Have fun! The possibilities are endless! Prep your items in advance and make use of left over pulp

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  67. Whitney

    This looks like a great juicer! I would like to start juicing regularly, and I love my other Breville products (such as the pie maker) from Williams-Sonoma. My best juicing tip? Use juicing as a complement to a healthy diet, rather than as a 1-3 day cleanse; you’ll better reap the benefits of juicing if you include a fresh green/vegetable/fruit juice as a regular treat!

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  68. Jacqueline Allen

    Kale!!!!!!! Delicious with anything and soooo healthy! Please pick me so my mom can have her juicer back!

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  69. Jennifer

    Fruit and honey mask the strong taste of “greens”.
    I could really use a good juicer.

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  70. Trisha

    I’d love to own a juicer. I borrowed a friend’s recently. Very handy for healthy living.

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  71. Barbara Anne

    My best “tip” would be to use fruits and veggies you have grown in your own garden, and if you get a chance always welcome children into your garden and show them where real food comes from.

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  72. Edie Bernhardt

    Juicing is a great way to detox and improve the fuel that revs my engines.

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  73. Eva

    My tip is using organic vegetables and fruits. The skins on vegetables must be left on to provide the most flavorfully delicious juice!!

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  74. Lorie

    I havent juiced in years, But never felt better than when I did. Juicing is the essence of health….Dont be afraid of color, one of my favorites is carrot, apple spinach. Its a bit green, but its pure health in a glass.

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  75. becky

    Would love to have the juicer.I’m in the process of eating clean.Plus the day you are going to give the juicer away is my B-day.

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  76. Elise

    I have lost 70 pounds in the past 2 years and I would love to learn about juicing so I can lose my last 15 and reach my goal!

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  77. Stacey

    I have been looking at juicers and these Brevilles seem to have the best reviews. Since I don’t have one at home, my tip is to blend equal parts veggies and water in a blender or food processor and then strain through a fine mesh sieve. I also find that adding a squeeze of citrus (lemon, lime, orange) brightens the flavor. And on the health drink subject, I know they recommend not using fruits because of sugar but I like to make a delicious smoothie with banana, grapes, pear, protein powder, water and ground flax seeds. It’s really tasty and not too sweet.

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  78. derya w

    i don’t really have a tip yet because i don’t have a juicer, but i’d say to leave the skins on the items you’re about to juice!

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  79. Cindy S

    I juice daily!! There’s nothing like it!! So many great benefits from juicing :))

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  80. Michael Mariano

    I see it says to tell about your best juicing tip but I really haven’t done any juicing. I’ve been wanting to since my wife was diagnosed with MS a little over a year ago but have not been able to afford one. I’ve heard a lot of people talking about the health benefits so if I win it would definitely go to good use!

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  81. MARINA

    I love the juices because is healthy for your body and mind! 100% natural, specially carrots with orange and celeryone of my favorites! yummy!

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  82. maryann mcbee

    I would love to own one of these, it would be about the only thing I have not bought at williams sonoma

    I really enjoy putting a fresh lemon into all my fresh blend juices and i am sure it would be just as refreshing in this juicers juice!

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  83. Ely Aguilera

    Wow! This giveaway is awesome. I just start juicing this week, and I’ll be more than happy to win one of those awesome juicer, the best ones around. Thanks for this great opportunity :)

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  84. Yolanda

    The best juicing tip is to stick to items (fruit or vegetable) that you like. You don’t have to use a bunch of esoteric ingredients for juicing to be good for you.

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  85. Lori Hostetter

    I don’t have any tips, as I am new to juicing. Would love to win, though, and get started juicing. ;-)

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  86. Chelsea Houser

    I would LOVE to start juicing, but know that to do so requires a really good juicer, which can be really expensive. I’d love the pulp for cooking and baking and know that my husband could really benefit from all the fresh juices in the morning!

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  87. Yolanda

    My only juicing tip is to stick to items (fruit or vegetable) that you like. You don’t have to use a bunch of esoteric ingredients for juicing to be good for you.

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  88. Jill Waldren

    2013 is our year to eat FRESH! A beautiful,functionable juicer would help us tons! Nice giveaway Williams-Sonoma!

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  89. Erica

    Fresh-made juice with fruits and veggies is such a great way to start the day! I hope I win!

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  90. Mollie

    I would LOVE that juicer. My friend has a breville juicer and she loves it. I would use it all the time. Please put my name in the drawing! Thank you for doing this!

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  91. Claire Gillum

    Definitely save your pulp! Also, don’t be afraid to try mixing things you normally wouldn’t think of! It can really surprise you!

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  92. Nina D.

    Sorry, no tips from me yet . . would be great to win though. Need to improve my diet. :-)

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  93. Juliana

    Juicing is healthy and fun! Don’t forget to drink your green juice everyday.

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  94. Yolanda

    Use ingredients that you like. You don’t have to use a bunch of esoteric ingredients to get the benefits of juicing.

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  95. Brenda Joyas

    I like to juice the night before into re-usable water bottles so I can just grab n go in the morning, not only for me but for my kids as well.

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  96. Kathy

    I want to try juicing, but I haven’t made the leap yet. Maybe winning this fabulous prize would be the jump start I need!

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  97. Missy Hummel

    I don’t have a “tip” per se, but I would love to start juicing for my family- I think the colors and textures would be a great way to incorporate healthy foods for the kids!

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  98. Kimberly Knight

    I have never used a juicer and don’t have any tips. I would love to win the Breville Juice Fountain Duo.

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  99. Tammy Breuder

    Ginger adds a fresh zing and multiple health benefits to your juice. When using it as an added ingredient, make sure to peel the skin before putting it through the juicer. The skin can make your juice a bit grainy and/or mealy. Enjoy!

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  100. Amanda Brose

    Prep your fruit and veggies in advance and add fresh lime juice before drinking! Yum!

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  101. Cheryl Graham

    Juicing is a great way to get kids involved in the kitchen, and interested in healthier eating!

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  102. Dagyana Romero

    Here’s a juicing tip for you- you can separate your fruits & veggies in ziplock bags and freeze them. When you are ready to juice, they will still be fresh! :).

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  103. nancy bitters

    I’ve not tried juicing, but heard rave reviews from others who have. I would love to win this as the juicers are quite expensive for my budget right now

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  104. Amy Shaffer

    My tip…don’t be afraid to try new things! Most people stick with apples, bananas, and oranges.

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  105. Susan Sampaio

    I’ve been wanting a juicer since I was a teenager… back in the ’90′s. Not sure why I never got one, but I would so love to have one as it doesn’t look like I’ll be purchasing that for myself.

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  106. Robin Salter

    We are starting the 100 day real food challenge February 1st and would love a juicer!. I have heard green goddess drink is amazing!

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  107. Cindy Allen

    I have been looking at this juicer for months! Oh how I would love to win one!

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  108. Neici Lester

    I don’t have any tips on juicing. However, I would like to begin when my new baby arrives in March :)

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  109. Ashley

    My whole family could benefit from this excellent addition in nutrition. I can imagine the fun my kids would have mixing and concocting their delicious drinks!!

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  110. Debra Gunter

    I would recommend freezing juices and/or whole tomatoes to pump up the flavor instead of using ice cubes.

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  111. Maribeth M

    I don’t have any tips because I don’t have a juicer, but I’d love to start! :)

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  112. Coty

    I turned 40 on the 15th of this month, what a better way to kick off my next 40 years than juicing!

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  113. Cara

    Williams Sonoma is our go to place or everything kitchen and cooking related. My husband and I are always looking for new ways to keep our diet exciting, interesting and most if all healthy! This would be a great way to keep that going for the new year :)

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  114. Bonnie

    Lime juice is a subtle but really great sweetener without many calories. I use a splash of it in most of my juicing.

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  115. Erin

    I don’t have any tips because I’ve never made juice…but my toddler and I saw an episode of Curious George on PBS yesterday where George made juice after tasting some at a farmer’s market, and now I’m interested!

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  116. Mary Helmbrecht

    I love Williams Sonoma! I’ve never had any juicer and would so love to win one. I’ve seen some of the Breville appliances and they are amazing!
    The best tip I’ve ever known about is leaving the skin on. We make lemonade with real lemons-skin and all in my blender-cloudy, but amazing!

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  117. Brooke

    I don’t juice, so I don’t have a tip. But if I won, I’d use it like crazy! Pick me! Pick me!!!

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  118. stephanie burd

    This would make my year!! Ive been eyeing up this juicer, but havent had any expendable money to lay out for it! Winning this would be amazing!!

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  119. noelle delaney

    Keep the motor running for about a further 15 secs after all of the produce is juiced – you will be surprised at how much juice will keep coming out of the machine.

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  120. Andrea

    I am a big fan of juicing – though I use a blender so that you can get all that fiber from the pulp. One tip is that if you are making a green smoothie for first timers, make it 1/2 fruit and 1/2 veggies and use veggies like spinach, carrots and romaine lettuce – it will end up green but still taste more like fruit then veggies!

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  121. Alice M

    I feel healthier just thinking about drinking freshly juiced kale & apples with a little ginger…

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  122. Andrew

    A juicer would be a great way to add variety to the way I get fruits and veggies!

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  123. Justin

    Pour your juice into a blender bottle. Mixes everything up in a snap both now and for later.

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  124. Donna

    I asked for one of these for Christmas, but didn’t get it. :( I have had people make fresh juice for me and I’m addicted, just need a juicer.

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  125. Dale Anne Eucker

    Best Juicing Tip? I’d say read all these other great tips cuz I don’t have a juicer yet!

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  126. Brenda

    I am a cancer survivor and attribute that to healthly living and eating habits. I have longed for a juicer and this one would be awesome!

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  127. Michelle Kellam

    My husband borrowed a juicer from a friend and made a great carrot juice. It tasted so much better when he added a Gala apple. It added just enough tart/sweet to make the juice so much yummier.

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  128. Leya

    Juicing makes me feel ALIVE & PRETTY because my body just loves to feel beautiful/healthy on the inside. My mom taught me to always include kale, beats and cabbage in juicing because it cleanses and balances my system. My tip is to juice kale, beats and cabbage once a week and drink it throughout the day because it’s great for cleansing and balance; especially for women.

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  129. KLloyd

    Great way to sneak in some vegetables throughout the day! I hope to win this juicer so I can develop some tips of my own.

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  130. PatrickO'Hara

    I am a novice juicer but so far I love it. I have no tips as I am just getting started, but I do like juicing kale.

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  131. Rachel McFarland

    We don’t own a juicer either, but we’d love one! I would experiment with using the pulp in different ways – add to veggie burgers and falafel, add to baked goods like cookies and breads, add to soups and stews……I bet the list is endless!

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  132. Harriet

    Good way to get in vitamins from vegetables and fruit to fight off the winter flu! Awesome giveaway!

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  133. Ginnie

    A juicer would be perfect for our family. I live with my daughter, son-in-law and their 3 children. The would be a prize for the entire family.

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  134. Elizabeth Towns

    I was just in a conversation with some acquaintances about which juicer is the best and what kind of investment is warranted when making the purchase. My suggestions where to take into account how many other uses there are for your juicer, make sure you can get as many nutrients as possible (that the machine is not binding the pulp up and keeping it but that it is ‘juicing’ as much fruit or veggie as possible).

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  135. Katy Barrett

    A great juicer is the key to juicing, which brings us good health! I would love a Breville Juice Fountain Duo for juicing with my large family! Healthy kids make a happy Mama!

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  136. Laura

    Don’t have any juicing tips as I’ve never used one, but hopefully will soon…I have a very picky 2 year old and a husband that is a fitness junkie but really bad about getting his daily dose of fruits and veggies.

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  137. Taylour Locke

    So many tips, how to choose! I always leave the skin on to not leave out any nutrients and love to include Ginger for its many health benefits. Apple, Carrot, Beat, Ginger – that will cure any hangover, add Kale to make it even better!

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  138. Char

    Just watched Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead this last weekend. SO ready to start juicing!

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  139. Nancy Cherry

    Although potatoes have gotten a bad rap in the past, they are very nutrious, so instead of frying or baking, I just peel and place in juicer for a breakfast drink!

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  140. JohnK

    I wanna win! This juicer could help me with my New’s Years Resolutions. Thanks Williams-Sonoma and Breville for the contest.

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  141. Amy

    I am looking forward to juicing! I would think leaving the skins on would be important, since the nutrients are densely packed.

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  142. Carolyn

    Juicing is nutrient dense! The best way to get what your body needs in a single method.

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  143. Kamilla Sadekova

    My fav juice of all time is called raw green- made of kale, spinach, parsley, celery, cucumber, green apple, lemon, romaine and ginger!!! HOPE ILL WIN UR JUICER so I can make my raw green every day!!!

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  144. Ian

    I have an orange tree in my back yard that produces mountains of oranges that I love to juice. This jucier would make my life so much easier.

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  145. Ann

    I soak my greens in water to make them heavier and more dense…not sure if it really helps!

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  146. Connie Hamilton

    My jack la lane juicer is not as good as the Breville. I would give anything to have an upgrade.

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  147. Megan Taylor

    Need to loose baby weight… would love to be healthy while doing it by drinking lots of fresh juice and smoothies!

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  148. Ruth Curiel

    Would absolutely love to win this, starting the new year making a difference in my children’s eating habits. Being healthier is new way a family should try to be. Good luce to all :) including me!

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  149. Deb

    I mostly love using different fruits mixed together for juicing… was wanting to try using more veggies but my juicer just broke so sure would love a new one!

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  150. Lisa

    Love it! Love green juice….lots of leafy greens and beets with green apples, carrots, ginger, and lemon. So good!

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  151. amy fachko

    so weird, a salesman at my husbands work brought in a juicer and my husband uses it daily and swears by it! he was so excited to tell me he put a whole pineapple in the other day lol. it would be cool to have one at home so he doesnt have to clean it for the whole dealership! thanks for the opportunity!

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  152. Selena

    I have wanted to try juicing for a few months now. This would be the PERFECT addition to my kitchen and my lifestyle changes!

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  153. Melissa

    I line my with compostable bags so that I can throw my discards and pulp in the compost without any fuss.

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  154. Brandon

    I like to use my leftover pulp for raw breads and crackers, and to add into my other baking items like cakes, cookies, and brownies. It helps you utilize all the nutrition that comes with the vegetables and fruits.

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  155. Amy

    I would think it important to leave the skins on, since this is where the nutrients are densely packed. I am looking forward to juicing!

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  156. Gina Driscoll

    I have never juiced before but have been wanting to start for awhile. My best tip (even though I haven’t begun yet) is to make it fun :-) There are some really great websites and recipes out there to help beginners and to spice things up!! Also, adding spinach or kale is a great way to get your leafy greens in and pack a ton of extra nutrients into your drink!

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  157. Kami Bailey Perea

    The timing couldnt be more perfect for your giveaway! I recently sent out a poll on Facebook inquiring about Juicer recommendations as I’m looking to start juicing. I don’t have any tips yet, but plan to start every morning with fresh ” juices” for my 2yo son & myself. This Breville Duo Juicer would give me the opportunity to do this & add nutritional value to our mornings! Thank you!

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  158. Lynn Snitker

    I’ve found that sometimes if you run your fruit through the juicer a 2nd time you will get more juice.

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  159. Julia

    I definitely want to start juicing and think that an actual juicer will produce better juice than me wringing the fruits and vegetables with my bare hands.

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  160. Kristine

    Juice is powerful stuff. Be sure not to overload with too much of one type of vegetable. For suggestions always use a recipe. Also, if it’s too bitter, always add carrots or apple to sweeten it up!

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  161. Robert Slaughter

    I think juicing is one of the most healthy ways to create great smoothies and delicious drinks, Juice on……

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  162. Susan Newman

    My juicing tips are: (1) place a biodegradable pulp bag in the pulp container of the juicer for easier cleanup, and (2) always use the freshest fruits and veggies you can get your hands on.

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  163. James

    Juicing would help me to become a happier, healthier person. Consuming the fresh abundance of vitamins and minerals from fresh juice makes me feel bright again!

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  164. Heejin

    This would be a great tool to help me get back on track after indulging during the holiday season!!

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  165. LL

    Use a whole organic lemon in your green juice to add a bright taste and add extra support for your liver. We love juicing!

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  166. Bobbi Dearwester

    This looks like a great juicer! I have not yet tried this, but I think I should.
    I would love to have one from Williams Sonoma, where you can count on quality. Thanks for the chance. Tip: get started.

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  167. Koko

    Williams-Sonoma will start my transformation journey from a sugar addict to a health enthusiast!

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  168. Beatriz Szabo

    I used to juice but it was so hard to clean afterward. This Breville Juicer looks amazing.

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  169. Natasha

    Borrow a juicer from a friend if you are worried about being committed to juicing, see how you you get on with it before spending $$$ on your own.

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  170. Adrienne

    I love Breville appliances and would make excellent use of this juicer. I am on a strict diet to lose 90 pounds and this would be very helpful in losing the weight. Thanks to WS for sponsoring this contest. You have been my favorite kitchen store for many, many years!

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  171. Joseph Howard

    It is a device like that will complete my task at getting into a healthy lifestyle. It looks awesome!

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  172. letty C. Palacios

    For many years my mother controled her cholesterol with natural juices with great results.

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  173. Kamilla

    I’d love a juicer – raw green is the most amazing juice u can bless ur body with every single day!!!

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  174. Viki Megna

    Put an apple in for natural sweetness, and pop a piece of jalapeno for a little kick! I would have so much to learn from juicing, and would love to start witha free juicer!!

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  175. Noreen

    We have an old early 90′s juice at my house which fails to impress me, so I am in dire need of a new one. My juicing tip would have to be including a bit of ginger in everything. It gives it a zest and is so good for you!

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  176. letty C. Palacios

    For many years my mother controlled her cholesterol with natural juices with great results :)

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  177. Amanda

    The best tip and can offer you about juicing is this-Blood sugar will spike if you gulp down a big glass of it.Make tiny batches of juice and sip it slowly.Add ice or water when blending.

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  178. GLORIA JOHNSON

    I am looking to increase my healthy lifestyle need a juicer. Thanks for all the comments.

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  179. Laura

    I don’t have a juicer, and I’ve never juiced before, but I think a good tip is use lots of green veggies (kale, spinach, etc.) and use green apples to sweeten things up.

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  180. Steph Stargell

    My best juicing tip is to freeze all our fresh picked berries form our summers here in WA state in snack size freezer bags. That is the perfect amount to juice or make into mixed berry/fruit juice or smoothies. Whatcom county berries are amazing, and if you pick your own, you save tons of money and it is farm to table eating!

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  181. Laura S.

    My tip would be to include youngsters in the process so they are aware of what healthy ingredients go into the juice.

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  182. Karen Garrison

    You can start by juicing just one meal or snack and make a very healthful difference in your life!

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  183. Dorota

    Don’t own a juicer yet and would love to give a try…..but I’m big on shakes…mix fruit and veggies + handful of spinach= delicious!!!

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  184. susan k

    Add a little piece of ginger to most drinks and it just kicks the taste up a notch:)

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  185. Amendoa Tamburri

    If you wish to add new vegetables for juicing, try adding one at a time. If by chance your stomach doesn’t handle the juice too well, you’ll be able to tell which vegetable caused irritation and omit it in the future. Happy juicing!

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  186. Vicki

    LOVE all the tips!! Now I’m ready to win the juicer and get to juicing!! Thanks WS for doing this giveaway!

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  187. karen s

    My juicing tip is to start with the freshest ingredients possible. Using fresh vegetables and fruits can make all the difference.

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  188. Allie

    This is so awesome that yall are doing this. Juicing has peaked my interest lately and it’d be even more fun to learn on a free juicer ha!:D

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  189. Urana Uriel

    Not so much a juicing tip but a juicing recipe. This is one I’ve used for years…and made using my sister’s Breville juicer, which I LOVE! It makes juicing apples and cucumbers super easy.
    1 english cucumber
    1 green apple
    Handfuls of spinach
    1 stalk celery
    1″ ginger root
    Wedge of lemon with rind

    Enjoy!

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  190. Jenni

    I dont have a best tip because I havent been able to begin juicing for lack of a juicer! I’d love to win though and im sure will have tips to share! (Although, id love to hear some tips as well!)

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  191. Andrea Dasilva

    My best tip on juicing is to do the fruit juice in the morning and the green juice with veggies in the afternoon.

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  192. Bernadette Maxfield

    No tips as yet if i must give one it is to start juicing before you are told by your doctor. was told by my doctor for my health sake I should start juicing and this would be a great start

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  193. Aaron

    I just saw the movie Fat Sick and Nearly Dead last night and became motivated to start Juicing. I went to go buy a new juicer today and out of coincidence my mother-In-law sent me the link for this Blog for the chance to win the juicer. My tip is to make sure you use a little lemon to cut some of the bitterness of the leafy greens.

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  194. Stephanie Seifert

    I don’t have a juicer yet, but If I did have one I would actually use it. : )

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  195. Erin Martell

    I have wanted a juicer for quite sometime and now that I’ve just had a baby I guess my tip would be to make an extra cup! Natural juice is so much better for babies!!

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  196. Melissa

    I’ve mastered the blender, but a juicer would be a dream come true!! My best tip is to gather all ingredients in advance, and I like to add a little spinach to things, because it doesn’t taste like much and pumps up the vitamins!

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  197. Ange Mills

    I would love to start juicing with the Breville Juice Fountain Duo. Fingers and toes are crossed that I win!!

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  198. Kd B

    Never stop juicing! Wow, Williams-Sonoma, I’m ready to buy a juicer and then you keep giving them away! How can I justify putting out that kind of money if I might win a beautiful Breville juicer from you? What’s a girl to do? :)

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  199. Joanna

    Juice intelligently! #1 mistake.. throwing anything in. Learn that fruits and veggies require different enzymes to digest.. so try to juice/drink them separately for best nutrient absorption and digestion. They compete with each other in digestion and lower the overall nutrient value… which isn’t that WHY we juice?
    The only EXCEPTION is APPLE.. they are actually neutral and can be used with veggies or fruits and are great for sweetening/balancing harsher flavors. But be sure to buy organic apples!.. (apples topped the charts as the most contaminated produce with pesticides) and when you buy organic, you can throw the whole apple in and get ALL those lovely nutrients!

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  200. Laura

    Add a handful of fresh spinach to any juice for added vitamins. You can’t taste it, but a great way to get your greens.

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  201. Carol K

    Rotate between leafy greens and hard vegetables when adding it to the juicer. The hard vegetables helps process the leafy greens that might of not gotten processed.

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  202. ashley

    i have never owned a juicer so i have no tips but i would really love to own one some day and make fresh juice

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  203. melody arndt

    What a great way for my daughter in law and son to enjoy some great nutrition…especially since they are expecting my first grandchild!!! Hopefully I will win it for them. And who knows, maybe it will be a handy way to prepare toddler foods!

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  204. Heather

    I have never tried juicing but I would LOVE to try it. Would help with my cleanse I want to do. Pick me:-)

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  205. Annie Roh

    my juicing tip is to buy organic products or to wash fruits and veges really well using baking powder in water

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  206. Ange Mills

    Just read that I was suppose to leave a juicing tip to enter the contest…make sure you cut off the end of beets before juicing otherwise the juice tastes musty.

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  207. James Snyder

    What a great tool to have, especially after watching Joe Cross’ “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead” video!

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  208. Liz

    I am starting the Clean Cleanse this week and winning a Breville Juice Fountain Duo would be an incredible aid in my cleanse! Thank you.

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  209. Lisa

    Juice small quantities of strong, straight flavors like cilantro or dill, then mix the juices with EVOO and drizzle over whatever you’re serving for dinner.

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  210. Aria

    A juice fast is a great way to detox the body, flush the colon and revitalize the cells. Sip your juice, never gulp it down.

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  211. Rhonda

    Can’t leave a tip because I don’t have a juicer but I would love to start juicing! I see it as a great way to get fit and stay healthy! I understand carrots are the bomb!

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  212. Alicia Gagnon

    Take on day to just prep your fruits and veggies and put in bag or container then everyday you are set to juice!! and I love to add a granny smith apple to everything!!

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  213. Kim

    Do not try and juice a banana. Or an avacodo. You get nothing! Instead blend your fresh juice with them a blender.

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  214. Tiffany

    Go crazy! Experiment with different flavor combinations, an excellent way to try new fruits and greens.

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  215. Karen

    What an excellent way to celebrate my birthday and start the year off in a healthy way.

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  216. Kelly

    I just asked my mom the other day if she still had her juicer, of course she replied no. It was something she didn’t use. I was just thinking of buying one b/c I have a 2 year old that is just starting to drink juice and I would love to be able to provide homemade juice for him to enjoy instead of watered down sugary ones from the store! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  217. kathy pilato

    add a little ginger and a tiny bit of garlic to the sweet stuff. And some good quality vanilla!

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  218. rachel

    prepare your fruits and veggies before hand for multiple batches…also, save the little plastic bags you get your veggies in to put in the collecting container… one less thing to wash out!

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  219. Sarah Clark

    I can’t leave my best juicing tip because I have never tries juicing. The juicer would be a wonderful addition to our healthy lifestyle living changes our family of seven has been making. Thank you in advance!

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  220. lleavell

    Make xtra for freezer. Grab on the way to work, thawed and ready for lunch time.

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  221. Jayme Marie

    I love the flavor of kale and other bitter greens in my juices and smoothies; however, this was definitely an acquired taste. I always keep bananas and blueberries on hand. Their strong flavor and texture, together, make a juice or smoothie a lot more palatable and “disguise” the bitterness of the greens. I also keep the pulp to use in baking.

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  222. Naomi

    We love juicing! Ginger is a nice way to spice it up and give your juice a kick!

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  223. Heather

    Best tip: make sure to drink your juice within 45 min (at most) after making it as nutrients start to break down right away

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  224. Lisa

    Don’t be afraid to try combinations that sound unusual – some of my best juices and smoothies have been happy accidents!

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  225. Sarah

    I don’t have a juicer yet, but my mom drinks from one everyday, she says always add something green and leafy.

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  226. Loretta

    This would fit right in to my stainless steel kitchen. My blender just does not like to blend or do smoothies!

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  227. Paula Oropeza

    I’m so excited to start using lifestyle. I’ve done a ton of researching over the Internet to find the right juicer for me and Breville seems to be the one!

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  228. Susan Janoff

    I never had or used a juicer, so unfortunately I do not have any juicing tips. However, if I win this amazing juicer, I will create a list of juicing tips!!! Hoping I am the lucky winner!!!

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  229. Sharon Tatum

    I don’t have a juicer of my own, but have been to a few technique classes where a juicer was utilized. And what I have learned and plan to do when I get a juicer of my own is to use a blend of vegetables and fruits. I was surprised to learn that the vegetables and fruits, often ones that I don’t like and will not normally eat like bananas and cauliflower, are often masked well when mixed with other fruits. So throw it in!

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  230. J Winterberg

    Add flavor to your creations by adding ginger, cilantro, mint, cayenne, and other herbs and spices.

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  231. Bianca karakaltchev

    My juicer had a hard time this week trying to juice my 2 year olds plastic fruit. I was in the shower and he decided he was thirsty. Oops – parent of the year award- I’m hoping the prize is a new juicer!

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  232. Kerri S

    Just started making fresh juice and smoothies for my twins using a sub par machine, would love this! Thanks for offering!

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  233. Laura Doval

    My best juicing tip is add a tad bit of lemon juice to your freshly made juice, it keeps colors bright longer :)

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  234. Hilary Archer

    I don’t have a tip (yet). Changing my diet to help combat cyclical vomiting issues. I’ve done a lot, but this would help even more!

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  235. Karin W

    Unfortunately, I have no juicing tip yet. Would love to be able to start juicing !!

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  236. Bianca karakaltchev

    I do have a tip too and that is to drink your juices through a straw to protect the enamel on your teeth. Juice although good for you is not good for your teeth :)

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  237. Angela

    I love to juice all fruits & veggies with the skins on! So many added vitamins :)

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  238. robin

    Follow juicing with 1/2 cup water to clean out and extract the last bit of juice.

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  239. brittany

    Always buy organic! Also a small chuck of ginger a day helps protect your body from cold and flu season. :)

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  240. Ana

    Winning the juicer will be a great way to figure out tips and share with others!

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  241. Jillian

    I always like to add a few sprigs of parsley into my juicing concoctions!

    It naturally freshens your breath, boosts your immune system, and is beneficial in so many ways!

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  242. victoria paskett

    i love juicing! Use cranberries, they are soo good for you and taste yummy!

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  243. Naomi

    Best tip to offer: share the fruits & vegetables of your labor. Giving a glass or shot to someone can add that much needed boost they’ve been waiting for out of the whole day. Cheerfully share!

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  244. Emmy

    My best tip for juicing, if you haven’t gotten started just do it. It truly opens your eyes to a whole new world of healthy.

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  245. Liz

    I have the old one and I like to make apple or carrot juices. Pulps are definitely used in making apple or carrot cakes. I also used juicer to make baby foods.

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  246. Marissa

    I’d like a juicer that actually works! My husband purchased the “big boss juicer” from amazon and it stinks.

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  247. Swati Worrall

    Heard so many good things about juicing, would love to have a good quality juicer.

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  248. Ellie

    This is a beautiful design & a much needed kitchen tool
    in our home – a growing toddler, a soon to be breastfeeding
    Mom, and a Dad on a mission to get fit.

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  249. Joey Carnes

    Always try to slip some veggies in. More variety means more vitamins!

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  250. Sabrina

    should know that as soon as you start cutting vegetables they do start to lose nutrients. It’s always best to cut just before juicing.

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  251. Jennifer Ledbetter

    OMG I a big juicer… my blog name is “Juicy Jenn” – lol. Some of my fave things to blend are: Kale, Spinach, Carrots, Apple, Orange, Ginger…mmmmmmm so good. I’m trying to incorporate it into my daily life, as well as my son’s. Also, Breville’s products are top of the line, man! :) Cheers.

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  252. Miki

    My tip is to make use of the pulp too either by making crackers with it in the dehydrator or adding it into other dishes like meatloaf or soups. I even add a little to my dogs’ food to give them a vitamin boost.

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  253. Rebecca Nelson

    I think I could get my kids to love more fruits and veggies with a juicer. This would be a great addition to our home. :)

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  254. Susan

    I would love to have this juicer so that I could make good on my resolution to be a healthy 50 y.o

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  255. Sharon Tatum

    I don’t have a jucier of my own, but have learned that even if you hate it throw it in, the taste is often masked by other fruits and vegetables

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  256. Nancy Brunton

    not sure I have any good juicing tips but I love smoothies and would love to try this out. :)

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  257. Rachel

    I would love to have a new juicer! I’ve heard a lot about juicing. It’s everywhere! I don’t have a juicing tip personally because I don’t own a juicer. But Whole Living has some great recipes for juicing and making body cleansing juices to detoxify your body the healthy way with fruits and vegetables. Whole Foods Market has a video up about juicing. It states to use lots of berries or your favorite fruit to mask the bitterness of greens. You need your greens!!! Kale, Chard, Spinach, OH MY!

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  258. Michelle B

    My tip would be to chop everything before and store it in bags so its ready to go when you need it!

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  259. Ellie

    Tip: drink your fresh made juice a few minutes
    after making, for best absorption of nutrients!

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  260. Courtney Jane

    I guess I don’t understand this giveaway as those who need a juicer probably won’t have many tips compared to those who do have juicers…

    I’ve been saving up for a Breville as everyone says a Breville is the way to go – the easiest of all juicers to clean and they say to get a Breville for this reason, because if a juicer is hard to clean then it becomes more of a chore than an enjoyable healthy choice!

    So that’s my advice! Get an easy to clean juicer so that it doesn’t become a chore, but rather a fun and tasty healthy choice of living!

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  261. Julie

    I haven’t started juicing yet, but I would love to start. A great way to get nutrition for my whole family.

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  262. Nellie Georgelos

    I am going to a juicing workshop this weekend. Would love to own this juicer.

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  263. Jennie G.

    Best juicing tip: drink juice right after juicing to get the most out of the vitamins, or store juice in air tight glass jar or bottle for up to 24 hours.

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  264. NP

    If you are going to leave the skin on for juicing….make sure to soak and rinse in a baking soda/water solution first. This neutralizes the pesticides they are sprayed with…..esp. those berries!

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  265. Yolanda Haro

    Starting this year, I’ve replaced a meal (breakfast or lunch) with a homemade juice!

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  266. susan dingess

    I have never “juiced” before but have been looking at a lot of smoothie recipes and really want to try. The recipes look so yum and refreshing!

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  267. Jillian Christine

    I don’t have a juicer, but I would really love to win this one!! My tip would be to throw everything in – seeds, core, skin etc! And sweeten with honey instead of sugar! :))

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  268. kelly michaels

    My cousin-in-law received this juicer & she loves it. I would also like to get healthier & start juicing.

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  269. Mary

    My tip is to stay informed through Williams-Sonoma’s website, fb page and blog. There is so much to learn here! The last Williams-Sonoma catalog had such an intriguing cover photo of glasses filled with beautiful liquids that I had to find out what they were. I was surprised to learn that they were juices, and that the recipes for the 30 different types were on W-S fb page. I ordered the glasses and now am hoping to get a juicer so that I can start on my own 30 days of juicing. Thanks, Williams-Sonoma!

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  270. Jennifer Wilborn

    Leave the peels on all fruits and vegetables but clean them very well before juicing!

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  271. Vicki

    Add apples to whatever juice I’m making, it’s good at masking the more savory notes like celery

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  272. Betty Mazzone

    The best tip I have, and it is so simple, is to be sure to have your juicer out on your calendar every day, otherwise, you will tend not to use it as often. I would love to own the Breville Juice Fountain Duo, that way you get the best of both worlds, slow speeds for softer fruits and leafy greens, and faster speeds for hard veggies and fruits. Breville rocks!!!

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  273. LuAnne Kay

    No tips to share yet… I am retiring next month and will finally have time to start juicing for breakfast. A juicer would come in very handy as I begin the next adventure in life…

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  274. Jenny

    My best juicing tip is to ease into it! Although some people can go from not juicing to doing a juice cleanse, you can see results by just replacing one or two meals a day with juicing. …everything in moderation!!

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  275. Betty Mazzone

    Oops! and if I juiced every day, perhaps I would be a better speller, that was supposed to be “counter” not “calendar!”

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  276. Kelly Tews

    I have always wanted a juicer. I’m hoping it would get my kids to eat more veggies too!

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  277. Andrew

    Wash the fruit and veggies thoroughly and include the skins when juicing. The essential oils bring the taste of your fresh juice to another level.

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  278. Mama Bear

    Best Juicing tip: Just start juicing!

    You will be so amazed at how yummy and how easy your creations can be. Get your veggies fast – don’t worry about cooking your beets and skinning them – juice ‘em whole add what you will.

    I have serious juicer envy, my sister juices everything. She and her family enjoy some very healthy combos and are all radiantly healthy.

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  279. Rozzy Blanchard

    After I make carrot juice, I can use the fine carrot shreds for carrot cake. It makes for a lighter cake and I don’t have to grate the carrots by hand!

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  280. Sally Lyon

    I don’t own a juicer but feel I now need one. I am a breast cancer survivor and just finished the last of my cancer treatment 3 months ago. So now I need to heal my body from the chemo and radiation damage. I bought a book on juicing and after reading about the benefits I need to incorporate this into my diet. Now I need a machine.

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  281. Stephanie F

    I love my Breville tea brewers (so much that I have one at home and one at work). I’d love to try the Breville juicer!

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  282. Helen

    Have wanted a juicer for quite some time – a blender just doesn’t get the job done!

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  283. janine curry

    I would love a juicer to help with my healthier lifestyle. I am sure I would be given lots of great drink options with this juicer.

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  284. Jennifer P

    I would love to win this! don’t shy away from any fruit or veggie. just because you may not like them whole once mixed with other fruits they taste totally different!

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  285. Linda Kornblue

    I would be so juiced up if I won this wonderful Breville Juice fountain Duo. A wonderful way to help me lose weight and enrich my body with plenty of vitamins and nutrients so my tip is use it daily.

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  286. Diane

    I’m a newbie to juicing. Been getting hints at the January technique classes at my local Williams & Sonoma store. The employees are soooo helpful!

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  287. Ann

    Since I hate cleaning them so much – the best tip is to put a plastic bag in the pulp container for easier cleanup.

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  288. Sharon Burton Mansueto

    My best juicing tip is to make sure you use organic pesticide free fruits and vegetables.

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  289. Sharon

    been wanting to buy a vitamix, would much rather win this Breville Juice Fountain Duo!

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  290. Leanne Whitehurst

    When I had a juicer before I liked to add spices WHILE juicing to add extra health benefits. Turmeric is great as an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, cayenne for vitamin A, garlic for detox, ginger for your GI tract, black pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, all add great flavor whether to veggie or fruit or combo juices. TONS of spices out there to try :)

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  291. Bryan

    When juicing oranges and such I like to sometimes scoop some of the pulp back into the juice. Very nutritious!

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  292. Bonnie Aakjar

    Would like to try juicing and living healthlier. Everyone that has a juicer says they are wonderful. I hope I can win this one as my budget doesn’t allow me to buy one right now.

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  293. Jill H

    Add a sliver of ginger for a little zing and a good source of potassium and magnesium.

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  294. Becca

    Rough chop your fruit and veggies for the week. Place them out into containers or baggies (each bag containing enough for 1-2 servings). Now all you have to do is grab a bag/container and juice!!!!

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  295. Karen

    Apples and carrots are great together. Vegs are a great way to start your soup base. Would love one of these nice juiicers.

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  296. Keshia

    Put a little bit of banana in your juice mix and blend it like a milk-shake.

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  297. thomas

    One of my favorite recipes:

    Use a French cucumber & a stalk of celery in the juicer and season with sea salt, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, fresh ground black pepper and a pinch of cayenne. Enjoy

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  298. Cindy

    I’ve never juiced, but I am eating healthier and exercising more and I hope to add juicing to the mix. I just need the juicer! :)

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  299. Eric

    Try to use local, organic produce in your juicer for the healthiest snack available! It’s great for your body, and wonderful for your community and local businesses. Win, win, win!

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  300. Jerry McGowan

    I am a person working in collaboration with two other groups as we move forward in an effort to change the health of all Americans. This would be great to use and talk about with the millions we are currently working with inside the health insurance community. Thanks for this opportunity.

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  301. Tammy

    First of all, I have never won anything in my life and this would be so great if I did win this. I have wanted to start juicing but the juicers are a bit expensive, so this would come in handy. I would think the best juicing tips would be to have your fruits and veggies cold and leave the skins on. Good luck to everyone!

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  302. Diana Baum

    I have heard such amazing things about this juicer! I have tons of recipes I want to try!!! I want to get healthy with my family:)

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  303. Jennifer

    My best tip is when you are done juicing take the pulp and re run it through the juicer because there is still more juice in the pulp, I do it 2-3x to make sure I get every ounce of juice available

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  304. Kerrie

    Hmm… best juicing tip. Well, after you are done with your delicious juice, you can always use the “pulp” for compost!

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  305. Jenni Hollar

    My sons would love for us to have this! Great way to get more nutrients into their bodies!

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  306. Stephanie

    Put baby spinach leaves in everything. Also, save time in the morning and premake baggies of your ingredients. Just wake up and dump it in and juice away.

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  307. Allison Vega

    I would love a juicer so i can use up all the produce i get from my CSA. My friend made Kale, apple and beet juice for me once and it was so yummy. I can’t wait to make my own!

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  308. angelica d

    Funny story. I made this juice and my pee turned pink and my poo turned dark maroon.
    Day 7: Beet-Orange Juice
    2 navel oranges
    3 red beets
    *Adapted from Juicy Drinks, by Valerie Aikman-Smith.

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  309. Chistine E.

    This juicer is a great way to have my son take more fruits and veggies.

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  310. Ashley

    Carrot- apple- ginger is my favorite juiced beverage. The best tip is to use a large chunk of ginger. It packs some heat and has some great health benefits! Drink up!

    Also, drying grape pulp spread into a dehydrator after juicing makes a great alternative to greasy potato chips!

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  311. Alicia Shaffer

    I would love to win a juicer. I’ve wanted one for quite a while now. Pick me.. Pick me!!!:)

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  312. Debbie Jones

    I have been eager to start juicing and have been recently looking at reviews to see which juicer was the best.. So I would love to have the opportunity to give this Breville Juicer a try. I have in the last 5 years cut out most processed foods and have really been trying to eat all natural. This would just add to that next step.

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  313. Danielle

    Juice is the perfect food to alkalize your gut. If you stay clear of high sugar fruits and vegetables (like beets and carrots) you can create the perfect alkaline snack or meal. Most Americans eat SAD (standard american diet) that is full of processed foods, sugar, gluten and grains. Juicing is the perfect way to reverse that trend!

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  314. Brit

    Best way to start a day is with fresh juice! I just started “juicing” with my blender, so very limited with my options. I promise to be a daring and regular juicer if I win the Breville Juice Fountain Duo and share my juices with all my friends so they go and buy their own at Williams-Sonoma :)

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  315. Kanch algama

    Freeze pomogrnate seeds then thaw and juice them. Gives so much more juice!

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  316. Xuan

    Perfect timing! Been seriously looking into juicers. Winning this would help my family on the road to being healthier. Crossing my fingers…

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  317. Ria

    It would be amazing to win this juicer! I would love to make fresh juices at home everyday.

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  318. Mary

    Don’t be afraid to try new ingredients when juicing! You never know when you might come up with the next best creation!

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  319. Nicole Pham

    The only fruit that I juiced is orange, I do not have experience with electric juicer so I have no tip, but it would be nice if I win one!!! That would be a motivation to start healthy diet instead of store bought juice.

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  320. linda

    Have been looking into purchasing a juicer to support a healthy 2013 – all these tips are a fantastic starting point!

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  321. Laura

    Start slow with green vegetables, add a fruit you enjoy, ginger is always a great way to kick a bug!

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  322. Connie

    I’d really love to win this juicer! Been using my blender and its just not the same!

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  323. Lisa Merrutt

    I don’t really have any juicing tips….but I’d love to win this juicer so I can come up with some! I’ve heard so many great things about this nifty gadget would like to someday own one!

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  324. Susana Judd

    It looks awesome, would love to win it, so I can juice to better health. Watched the movie Fat Sick and Dead. I enjoy juicing.

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  325. Denise Miller

    My juicer of 3 years recently died. My employer is laying me off. No work = no money to buy a new juicer. Pretty please??!! :)

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  326. Vin

    My tip is to wash your prodice very well and bag it, but don’t cut any fruits and/or veggies too far ahead of juicing (like the day or night before). You’ll lose too many of the nutrients if you leave cut fruit and veggies overnight, even in baggies. Also, adding the pulp to red sauce really ups the nutritional content and it virtually disappears into the sauce; no one will know!

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  327. Isabelle Laurin

    Always adding a lot of greens to my juice.
    I love juicing and need a new one to go in my new condo!!! :)

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  328. Rachel Dempsey

    It is a must to wash your vegetables and fruit. I’ve found it works best if you cut your vegetables and fruit. you should always make sure your ingredients are the right size for the feed tube.

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  329. Nancy

    I don’t have a tip as I still have not tried juicing yet. I keep thinking I should as it would make for some healthier breakfasts and drinks.

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  330. Julie Jordan

    Believe it or not, but three apples and one lemon make the absolute best lemonade!!

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  331. Heather

    I would love to make some nutritious drinks for my family with a juicer!

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  332. Audrey

    It’s flu season! You think meds are going to cure that hacking cough? In my experience: not even.

    The most effective way to simmer down now your Phlegm, Rising, is by juicing it.

    Apple Lemon Ginger
    1/4 of a lemon
    1 Red Delicious Apple
    About half-an-inch of ginger

    Just core the apple, shred it in your Breville, and
    Zing.

    You’ve got a zesty, fiery elixir in your hands to sting that throat bacteria dead, and help you kick your cough.

    Health and Joyeux,

    Audrey

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  333. Anna Bordenave

    Oh, I’ so love a juicer! Use my blender but a real juicer would be so nice!

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  334. Kelly Kriefall

    When fruit and veggies are over ripe, we toss them in the juicer. Yippee, less waste & a delightful treat!

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  335. Ilze

    Do not throw pulp away. Toss it into any baked good recipe. How about throwing some carrot pulp into a pound cake recipe? Pancakes work well too(berries and apples are good for pancakes). It adds some moisture, flavor and a nice texture.

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  336. Stephanie Burns

    Making fresh juice would help our quest to raise happy, healthy kids!

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  337. Kendra

    I put spinach in every juice, kids cant tell! Love it!! We love juicing, but ours recently broke. Would love a new one to get back in the game!

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  338. Maureen

    I have not ever juiced but would love to so I do not as yet have any tip.

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  339. Fabiana

    I’ve heard great reviews about this juicer. This is a good investment for your family’s health. Thanks for the give-away :)

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  340. Laura

    1)Replace one drink (soda,coffee, etc) with a juice everyday!
    2)Leafy greens are always good to add in! Apples are always good too.
    3)Share the wealth!! Kids and all ages will find a juice they like! So have fun doing so!

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  341. Rachel Boaz

    I don’t own a juicer but I I would love to own one! So, my best juicing tip would be to start with a juicer. Pick me please!

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  342. Rachel

    Juicing is great for kids! Excellent way to sneak their veggies in and they think the green color is so cool! If you mix spinach or kale with apples, bananas, carrots, or berries it’s so easy to hit the recommended daily servings.

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  343. mary gallagher

    great way to start off the new year by being healthier, what better way with the best juicer out there, Breville!

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  344. cynthia seki

    my best juicing tip is to use Bananas and/or oranges to create a sweetness in whatever you want to juice. makes it delish always!

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  345. Athena

    My best tip is don’t force it. Let the juicer do its work rather than try to push the fruits through to make it faster.

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  346. Crystal Flynn

    …My best tip, based on my own experience as a newbie juicer, is to EXPERIMENT, experiment, experiment until you have several fail-proof recipes that you adore and can easily and quickly pull together…and always, always, be sure to take advantage of edible skins on fruits and veggies (organic preferred) as there is a mountain of nutrition packed in the “natural packaging!”

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  347. MELINDA BOSWELL

    I have this juicer and love it! I really, really want to get one for my mom. She enjoys the fresh juice when she visits. I like to put a plastic grocery sack in the container that collects the pulp so the clean-up is a breeze.

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  348. Ruth Sanchez

    My tip for a great healthy and nutritional juice is to used organics fruits and vegetables and serve to drink right away. Not extra sugar need to be add. Enjoy it!.

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  349. Giselle

    I start with the less juicy veggies first & end w/the more juicy ones which helps get more liquid out. Finally run some oj through

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  350. claudia powell

    Not really into juicing yet…if I win this I hope that will change! i can advise to save the scraps and use them to make stock.

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  351. Trina

    I don’t have a juicer either (yet) but here’s a tip I learned from a friend: Most people find that they can’t stomach eating a certain fruit or vegetable but they will happily drink it when the flavors are hidden in the other ingredients. Also, many parents are finding that they can get their children to drink juices that include beetroot and spinach without them even knowing it.

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  352. Elizabeth Phousongphouang

    My tip for making vegatable rich drinks taste better by adding lots of fresh berries and fruit for added flavor and nutrition.

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  353. Bella M.

    I would love to win a juicer! I do not have one, and I have tried in my blender – its just not the same! I would say that if there was a tip that I could give it would be to make sure to drink the juice (be it veggie, fruits, or fruit and veggie) as soon as possible once you are done juicing. The more time that passes, the more it tends to loose nutritional value. Also, make sure (as with making smoothies too), you wash your fruits and veggies thoroughly. There are all sorts of pesticides and stuff that you dont want in your juice. Juices are the most available to the body – quick. So make sure that what you are delivering is fruit and veggies – not petroleum or other synthetic/non-synthetic pesticides etc. ~Bella

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  354. Aprille

    My best juicing tip is to make sure you mix up the dense food with the watery food so it goes through completely. For example, sometimes I roll my leafy greens up AROUND a piece of celery or cucumber. Or I cut a divet in my apple and put the ginger in the divet so it goes through together. At the very least, I follow the dense food like leafy greens immediately with the watery food, such as apples, cukes, pears.

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  355. Amy

    Juice your greens at the same time as a piece of apple or celery for better yield from the greens!

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  356. Maria Guzman

    I haven’t invested in a juicer yet so I don’t have any tips, but this would be an awesome win!

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  357. Mark Sharky

    I just started juicing have been using a blender but would really love this juicer!! One of my favorites- Green tea-avocado-spinach and green grape smoothie YUMMY!!! Talk about an energy boost before doing morning yoga :)

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  358. Chris Burton

    Hello everyone,

    This is the best tip that I know to give. When you start juicing and feeding your body with more fruits and vegetables than you ever have before make sure to use only 100% organic, pesticide free, non-gmo produce. It’s a shame when people start juicing and their bodies still aren’t receiving the full potential of what true organic foods can give them.

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  359. Lisa

    When you drink your vegetable juice, the juice should be at room temperature. This means you should take your vegetables out of the fridge and place on the counter for a few hours before juicing. Ideally and if you can, leave your vegetables out overnight to ensure they are at room temperature. Cold food shuts down the digestive system and this would then defeat the purpose of juicing.

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  360. Kelly

    Nut milks are a great alternative, like almond milk. Soaked overnight, you can put them in your juicer, and make your own! You can make fresh almond milk horchata… delish! And you can use the pulp for baking recipes or as a spread. Very little waste!

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  361. Marina

    No tip for juicing but for easy clean up, perhaps you put a plastic bag on the pulp collector before juicing.

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  362. Ousk

    Try and be adventurous in the fruits/veges you juice. You never know when you’ll across a new favorite mix

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  363. Dianne Stewart

    I would love to have a juicer!!!! Have locked at them every time I to in the store. Never have the cash to buy!! My doctor says we need more fruits and veggies —- what a perfect way to be so much more healthy!!!!! Keeping my fingers crossed!!!!!

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  364. kirsten sharnee

    Love to leave a brilliant tip but ive never owned a juicer! Always wanted one though.

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  365. Michelle V

    My Egyptian friends just told me about their family cold remedy but I need a juicer!

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  366. Connie Brown

    Juicing is a great way to get those fruits & veggies in a yummy way.

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  367. Denise Friday

    I don’t have any juicing tips because I’ve never had a juicer! Would LOVE to start juicing for my whole family. They already love smoothies, which we toss all left over fruit into in the mornings.

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  368. Lily Chiu

    would love to win a juicer and see if i like juicing better than smoothies…

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  369. jim keller

    ginger and lime make an excellent fresh juice. 2 to 1 lime over ginger

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  370. Sarah

    My tip is not to get stuck in a rut, try new veggies and you might find something you love. I found I love beet juice and adding ginger to my juices. Also I always add cucumber it softens the taste of whatever you are juicing.

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  371. Joni

    Make sure your fruits and veggies are at room temperature! They will release more juice AND be much more flavourful!

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  372. Annaly

    Juicing tip: Try to use as many colors of fruits/veggies as you can to add variety.

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  373. Jennifer Disano

    Hello, WS is my altimeter favorite store! My kitchen is full of wonderful WS products that I’ve collected from sales over many years. It’s so much fun to find a fine WS item at a deal! A bedeviled Juicer for free would be the conversation piece to top them all! Good luck to me :)

    Your Devoted,
    Savvy Shopper

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  374. Jennifer Disano

    Well, I just pressed comment and my witty, refreshing and creative comment went…poof. Here I go again…;)

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  375. Lee S

    Add apples to temper the greens! Juicing can heal so many things from the inside, out in a healthy way!

    I’d love to win a juicer and be able to add more nutrients to my diet.

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  376. Becky Richied

    If you are looking for the sweetness instead of any bland tastes I go for the citrus element in my drinks.

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  377. Michelle

    I would love to begin juicing with a juicer I know would be excellent. So many health benefits.

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  378. Kristin Wnorowski

    Haven’t had a juicer in years but have thought about getting one again since we have been getting really interested in eating more and more unprocessed foods.

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  379. Judith Hicks

    Have all vegetables or fruits in the refrigerator to get cold before juicing.

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  380. Kristin w.

    We haven’t had a juicer in years but have thought about getting one again. We have been trying to cut out unprocessed foods as much as possible.

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  381. Trecia Jackson

    Doing my first juice fast and I would love to own the ultimate juicer.

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  382. Arlene Metcalfe

    “Pulsing” often gets the ingredients processed much more consistently!

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  383. JuicingRocks

    I think juicing rocks, for health, nutrition, and healing. Nothing like a Breville juicer, it is easy to use, easy to clean, and an awesome machine — a necessary item in every kitchen ! I want this duo — for juicing and for making smoothies, for the convenience and the quality name.

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  384. Nagatha Kendrick

    I so want to start juicing for health reasons. A friend has reaped so many benefits from juicing. And I have read many excellent reviews about the Breville model!

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  385. L Zengel

    I love juicing I like to add lemon and and apples to everything for a great taste

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  386. Kamrun Arif

    Mango pulp
    1 cup nonfat yogurt
    Pinch of saffron
    Pinch of cardomom powder
    1/2 cup milk
    Mix altogether and have refreshing smoothie

    Any fruit juices are the fountain of youth

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  387. David A Himes Jr

    the tip i would have is to use all sorts of fruits and different leafy greens to enhance the health benefits everyone looks for while using a juicer….. i would love to have one to take advantage of the health benefits and also to play around with what is given to us by farmers and mother earth

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  388. Margaret Salb

    I have the Breville Keurig, the Breville Blender and would love to complete my collection with The Breville Juicer. I would love to start enjoying the healthy beauty of juicing.

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  389. Eunity Thornton

    Best juicing tip I have is to add apple to veggie drinks to add some sweetness. A lot of fruits and veggies do not go together, but apple most always goes with veggies.

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  390. Rebecca

    Cut the butter or oil in sweet bread recipes, by using the juice pulp. Adds moisture & sweetness &’nutrients in a yummy way!

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  391. Lauren

    Tip: I get frustrated sometimes trying to get baby spinach, mint leaves, fresh parsley, etc. down the chute on their own, so I started making “kale sandwiches” or “romaine sandwiches”. Taking a leafy green, I fill the centers with the smaller greens, roll it up, and feed that through the chute. It works like a charm!

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  392. Nicki

    This would be so cool to win and would add to my growing list of awesome kitchen items from Williams Sonoma! :)

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  393. Cindi Cavallaro

    My main tip is to buy a quality juicer. Secondly, I’d recommend alternating greens with apples/carrots and the like for best results. If you don’t have plans for the pulp, how about sharing with your dog? They will love it!

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  394. Vanessa

    I do not have a tip, but I really appreciate the ones that have been left so far. When I start juicing, they will come in quite handy. Thanks!

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  395. Leta

    let your kids help make juice.. they love to make their own custom blend.. and then they can sample their creation! If your juicer vibrated and ‘travels’ around the table, put a dish towel down first.. it will stop the traveling.

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  396. Brenda cook

    My teenage son has brain cancer. We juice and eat organic now. It really helps with the treatment.

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  397. Victoria

    I’ve never owned a juicer, but as a college student looking to increase my fruit and vegetable intake, I would love to have one!

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  398. Elaine L

    I would love to win this, so I could juice and offer juicing suggestions!

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  399. Blaise

    Great way to use up leftover vegetables in your fridge. Mix ‘em all up.

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  400. kent kruckeberg

    i love juicing,i had one of the old pricey big ones,it was nice but work.ive dreamed of the new sleek efficient one’s.i’m over weight now and need to get in shape ,and back into the sports and activities i love.this could be my savior.

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  401. Kathleen Lapp

    I just bought my first juicer on Jan 11, 2013. My boyfriend was recently diagnosed with cancer and I’ve changed everything in our diet regarding the way we eat and drink. Everything I buy now is 100% Organic and we juice everyday. I love juicing and I’m addicted to it in just a short time. So far my new Samson9005 works well, but I sure wish I could have afforded this Breville !!! It’s priced way to high for my budget. I like the fact that you can put whole fruit in there without cutting it up first. Dang I want one of these badly !!! Goodluck every one and happy juicing.

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  402. Jen Hoos

    Best juicing tip? Save the carrot pulp and use it in muffins. Planning on doing this if I win the juicer! Don’t like to waste anything.

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  403. Laurie B.

    When I want an all-green juice but also need a little sweetness, adding a little apple and some lemon juice makes it taste like a green lemonade!

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  404. Milagros Swerdlow

    Adding some parsley to your favorite combination of fruit & vegetables will make a big difference!

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  405. Jeannie R

    I’ve tried making fruit smoothies for breakfast and they just don’t cut it, too chunky! I would love a juicer and have been eyeing this one for forever!

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  406. ALISON

    Breville Juice Fountain – the amazing way to get ‘healthy’ in 2013!!!

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  407. Mr Miao

    My girlfriend and I are just starting to get into taking care of ourselves more and would love a juicer to start the day out right

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  408. mary max neely

    I don’t have a tip, but I always wanted a juicer. Really! I do love WS!
    Thanks

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  409. Jessica

    I wish I had a great juicing tip, but I’ve never juiced! That’s why I need this! I guess a tip I would follow is just adding vegetables like kale to make the most of it.

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  410. Gauri

    Freeze fruits & veggies before juicing them ., that way you’ll never have to add ice and dilute the flavor

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  411. Kim Larson

    So looking forward to getting a juicer…the best tip I know has already been posted a few times; store your juice in a glass container. I have also heard that you should drink your juice as soon as possible because some of the nurtients may diminish if it sits for too long.

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  412. Lindy Anderson

    As a long time juicer, this IS the creme de la creme! I would LOVE it!

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  413. Lynne

    I don’t have any juicing tips, as I don’t have a juicer. If I won this, I would be happy to share any tips I learn!

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  414. Barb

    The juicer was demonstrated at the technique class last weekend and I would love to have one! It would be a great addition to our healthy living!

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  415. Shannon

    I don’t have a juicer, but I would love to win one! I don’t have any tips.

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  416. Sarah

    I would LOVE this juicer!
    My favorite juicing tip is don’t tell your family what’s in it…and they’ll never realize how many veggies they are eating. :)

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  417. Harriet

    We all want the fountain of youth and this juicer might provide us just that. Use your imagination and juice whatever vegetables, fruits and herbs you like. Good luck to the winner! It would be nice if it was me.

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  418. Natalie Carroll

    Two ingredients to add to any juice to make it the most yummy smoothie or juice – ICE and/or peanut butter. Added tip, clean your juicer immediately. Happy juicing!

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  419. Alison Edwards

    My personal juicing tip is to limit mixing fruits together with vegetables — with the exception of mild fruits like apples and pears — to avoid stomach upset. I have found that (at least for me), fruits do not easily digest when mixed with vegetables (or with proteins and starches for that matter); they are best consumed on their own.

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  420. alysia webster

    Have fun with juicing! Mix and match! Try different vegetables with different fruits. Experiment and try new combinations to keep eating healthy interesting!

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  421. Lola Castro-Sanchez

    Cactus, parsley, celery, orange juice & pineapple. Great for dieting and lowering your cholesterol.

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  422. Mel

    I can’t live without juicing! I start every morning with homemade juice NOT coffee!

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  423. Alainah

    My best juicing tips would be to juice first this in the morning before you’ve eaten anything else. To chop the vegetables so they aren’t too big and to do it as often as you possibly can because its the best thing for you!

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  424. Alain

    I grow my own wheatgrass to juice so I would have to say to make sure your leafy greens are set on the right option or else the machine will just eat them up and you’ll get very little juice. Things to try to juice would be carrots, raw beets, ginger, and of course the wheatgrass.

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  425. Shawna OBrien

    My tip is to use a glass container when storing fresh juice because plastic based bottles leaches chemicals into your juice. Thank You so much for the great giveaway!!

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  426. Heather

    I would love to have this juicer, I’m trying to shead that post baby weight. I’ve been making some in my blender but its not the same.

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  427. Courtney

    My tip would be to add in different types of fruit each time, to get a sweet taste in the juice!

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  428. Lisa Turner

    Keep it simple! Don’t go overboard and mix too many different ingredients together.

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  429. Elizabeth Lewis

    My daughter just moved away to college and took our juicer. I have a handful of Breville products and would love to add a Breville juicer to my countertop. I love to add some beets to most things I juice.

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  430. Alex

    Already have a juicer and would love to gift the gift of health, energy and juicing! It has made my life so much better and I’d love to do the same for someone else in need.

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  431. Alex

    Incredibly inspired after watching Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead. I’ve got a fever, and the only prescription is juicing!

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  432. Terri Caspary Schmidt

    Adding tart green apple improves the taste of any green juice.

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  433. susan Hartman

    put a plastic grocery bag in the waste area. It catches all the debris and makes cleaning alot easier.

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  434. Earlene

    I add nutrient-rich veggies like kale & spinach into fruit drinks & smoothies for the picky eaters in my family.

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  435. Stephanie

    Combine various greens w/a small piece of cucumber. This maximizes juice output and reduces waste of greens.

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  436. Josh Boone

    The only tip I can give is to myself: Start juicing and drop some pounds! I need a juicer!!!!

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  437. Samantha

    Wash your produce thoroughly! I like to scrub hard fruits and veggies and I soak everything in water and vinegar to help clean them.

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  438. Anoush

    LOTS of leafy greens: believe it or not, taste delicious in a juice/smoothie.

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  439. MARGARET

    We line the pulp bin with a plastic bag – they are still free at our grocery store.!

    Makes cleanup a little easier.

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  440. Diana Smith Hill

    My best juicing tip is incorporate greens, add things like ginger, apples, celery, cucumbers and always buy organic. You dont want to drink a glass of pesticides! Thats worse than not juicing at all.

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  441. Patti

    I am new to juicing…so I need a juicer and some guidance! :). I am hoping juicing will expand my kids’ juice and veggie in take.

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  442. Evelyn R

    I do not have my own juicer yet but I would love to win one! When my friends juice I like to take the pulp for baking or adding extra goodness to cooking.

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  443. Terry

    I keep looking at juicers and would love to try it out. I love all the great tips and look forward to using them.

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  444. Nancy Przybyl

    You can use the leftover fiber to make homemade fiber bars or compost them for nutrient-rich garden soil.

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  445. Sandra

    The best tip I can give is don’t be afraid to experiment with different combinations of fruits and vegetables. Anything is possible!

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  446. Robin Acosta

    add an apple or peach gets my grandchildren to get their vegetable intake and they think it’s a treat…would love one to give to my daughter so they can utilize the benefits of juicing into adulthood !!

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  447. Christiellen

    Juicing is so fun and the best way to get all the vitamins and nutrients that veggies/fruit have to offer

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  448. Ashley

    Ohhhh I would love to win this! I run a home daycare so I am constantly exposed to sick kids. I make fresh juice to help boost my immune system and help me stay healthy. I have just the very basic cheap juicer because the expensive ones are too out of my budget – but I’d love to have one! :) Thanks for having this!

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  449. Tina Knezevic

    My best juicing tip is to mix a combination of fruit, herbs and vegetables in your juicer for a tastier and healthier drink!

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  450. Bill Flach

    We don’t have a juicer but just bought a NutriBullet. Will that work as well as a juicer?

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  451. Kristine Schuster

    I don’t have any tips yet silly…I need the juicer first… ;)

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  452. Tina M

    ut a little bit of banana in your juice mix and blend it like a milk-shake. This gives your fruit drink a certain softness and reduces the bitterness

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  453. Ensaf

    Biggest tip would be to start off with the best juicer on the market Breville Juice Fountain Duo. Once you have that, don’t be afraid to experiment. Your health, hair and skin will never be the same. A newer healthier beautiful you :)

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  454. Phyllis Beaulieu

    My tip – when adding additional ingredients, such as flax seed or steel cut oats, grind them in a coffee grinder first – then add to the juicer.

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  455. Phyllis Beaulieu

    My tip – when adding additional ingredients, such as flax seed or steel cut oats, grind them in a coffee grinder before adding to the juicer.

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  456. Ronda

    I have been wanting a juicer for a long time, but kept putting other purchases ahead of it, like the wonderful yogurt maker that I purchased from WS a few years ago. With this juicer I can make healthy smoothies using my own homemade yogurt and juices :)

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  457. Joseph Carlson

    I usually leave the skins on everything, but be sure to peel any citrus fruits; If you leave them on, you will have a bitter taste in your juice.

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  458. Sethna

    Here’s a tip for making a healthy juice that’s not an unappetizing green color. Juice together one head of fennel, two pears (Bartlett) and a nice hunk of ginger. Makes a lovely white drink that’s perfect for a winter day!

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  459. Mark

    The pulp, such as apple, pear even carrot, can be used in granola recipes. Dehydrate the pulp first.

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  460. Norma Roop

    I think it would be wonderful to win a juicer. I have heard so many great things about them Also yours is such a very nice one.

    Also I know and have heard that drinking the juice have helped and cured many health issues. Sounds like a very healthy thing
    Hope I win

    issues

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  461. Leigh

    What a great giveaway! Leave it up to WS to be so generous.. I’ve been a loyal customer for a long time, as is my family. The only tip would be to let your imagination soar and your health prosper. Good luck to everyone.

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  462. Tina Martinez

    I love making smoothies for my three little angels for breakfast. They are quick, easy and nutritious, which is a treat for me as well as my kids. Usually I add pineapple or orange juice so the way to improve on the nutrition would be to do my own juicing. Also, making it more affordable for us to enjoy smoothies anytime. Breville is top of the line, it would be fabulous to own the Juice Fountain Duo.

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  463. Kim Leister

    I always juice my kale first. The other harder vegetables seems to push the kale through and extract more juice.

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  464. Kim Leister

    I will treat myself with an all fruit juice. They are so delicious and keep my interest for my green juice.

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  465. Cari Chabron

    I use juicing in the morning to load up on fruit for an energy boost, I need a new one though

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  466. David

    Can’t wait to start juicing, and especially looking forward to trying out the tip (from a number of people in the thread) of adding ginger to zing things up!

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  467. mildred trujillo

    Love everything about juicing especially how good it makes you feel. This blog is my favorite I look at it every day. My tip would be fresh squeezed lemon juice into whatever you have juiced taste better.

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  468. Steph

    My tip is to do a bunch of juicing at the beginning of the week, that way the juices are already done and your can just grab and go! Really helpful when running late!

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  469. Jennifer James

    My best juicing tip is to always use spinach in your juices. It doesnt make the drink taste much different but it adds a great health benefit.

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  470. Simon

    While it’s tough to justify the purchase of a juicer as a necessity, it’s easy enough to rationalize because of the dietary and health benefits, plus the simple enjoyment of fresh juices.

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  471. Jennie

    I have not juiced yet but know it’s really good for you but to get started with equipment is expensive….

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  472. Mary

    Pineapple juiced with the core provides important digestive enzymes while making greens more palatable.

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  473. Clara

    I try to prep the veggies and fruit I use ahead of time, so juicing only takes a few minutes plus cleanup!

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  474. Alison Cantrell

    Save your juicing pulp for adding flavor to broths and stocks. Juice is also a great substitution for stock in recipes to add unexpected flavor

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  475. Sheri Castle

    Always include one veggie with your fruit juices to add a kick of vitamins, not to mention an extra serving.

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  476. Wendy Zajicek

    Me and my husband have joined a gym this year, started eating healthier meals, and would love to juice. Right now I use a blender, blending spinach, pinapple, blueberries, & 1/2 a banana for a quick energizer drink before heading off to the gym. We’ve been married 38 years this year and want to make it another 38 years. P.s. I absolutely LOVE William Sonoma for all my kitchen needs and just recently purchased the AllClad pots & pans set for my daughter’s christmas present… she is in love now also!

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  477. Priscilla

    Ginger and lemon go great with just about any combo in my opinion. They are a great pair for combatting immune deficiencies. I use them a lot and have been noticing my skin looking good and my tummy feeling great!

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  478. Debbie Brown

    I would love to start juicing. Seems it is the in thing. It certainly sounds very healthy. I’d love to win one.

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  479. Carolyn Barlett Bailey

    I don’t have any juicing tips because I don’t have a juicer! However I do use a wooden citrus reamer to make lemon juice. I would love to use kale to make some kind of juice.

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  480. Cathy C

    I tip is add carrots to your juice they are great for you and sweet so mix well with fruit and tastes great.

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  481. Brenda Moreno

    My best juicing advice is to juice at least 3 vegtables per every fruit.

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  482. Aneesa

    Prep all of your veggies ahead of time. Then bag them together according to your favorite juice recipes and store in the fridge for easy grab and go juicing!

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  483. Brenda Moreno

    Juice 3 veggies per every fruit. You can add fresh herbs lik cilantro,mint etc for taste.

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  484. Kyna

    A good mix of both veggies & fruit. Heavy on the veggies & light on the fruit. :)

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  485. Julie

    This would be perfect for juicing up bitter melons. My MIL uses a blender and my blender is all green now. Awesome!

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  486. Sandy Prevette

    Would love to try jucing for my increased vitamin intake! Hope I win.
    Sandy Prevette

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  487. Jaime Banks

    Juice a small piece of ginger along with any fruit or vegetable juice combo to boost the healthfulness content and give it a delicious zing!

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  488. Michele

    Mix 1/2 heavy fruits with 2/3 hard fruits and 1 veggie for a smooth juice.

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  489. Jai :)

    Choose one day to prep and clean your veggies and fruits. Then seperate your produce into individual ziplock bags. It will save so much time when juicing, esp. during the busy work week!

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  490. Richard Rodriguez

    If I knew then what I know now. I grew up thinking Hi-C/SunnyD/Capris were all real juices. Little did I know what real juice was

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  491. Jill

    My best juicing tip is to add a little cucumber to make your drink refreshing.

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  492. Jill

    I didn’t mean to enter twice. My computer was acting up and wasn’t sure the first one went through. Please delete one of those. Thanks.

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  493. LYNDA

    Save time by keeping the skins on and even juicing the core – Think of all those nutrients and other goodies that can add to the quantity of your juice.
    AND the pulp makes a great rejuvenating face mask! PERFECT! :)
    And remember you can make any crazy combination you like. Make new inventions every day :) ENERGISE!

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  494. angela

    Juice Tip: If you dont know ask your grocery professional – when it comes to picking out fruit and veggies to juice.

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  495. Joel

    The best juicing tip I have is to make sure you clean your juicer right away so you don’t grow any gross stuff on the equipment. Also you can use the leftover pulp in compost that you can put it into your own vegetable garden. :-)

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  496. Jill Lombardo

    Re-use the pulp in baking, especially casseroles. Also, be sure to core apples and pears first as their seeds are unhealthy

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  497. Shawna

    Starting new healthy living endeavors this year. I have never juiced and would like to start something new & creative. Lean in 2013.

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  498. kim

    Juicing doesn’t have to be limited to only fruits and veggies… You can juice nuts to make nut milk!

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  499. Stephanie

    Be sure to drink lots of water while juicing. Start the day off with lemon juice and warm water. If you get hungry while juicing, eating an avocado helps soothe the belly and does not hurt the juice fast.

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  500. Dawn

    Always start with any leafy greens if they are firm and able to be fed alone. Or bundle leafy greens inside of four celery stalks.

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  501. Nancy Mulrey

    lots of little changes in store! some on advice from my doctor, some just kind of showed up! would love to add a noew ‘toy’ to aid quest for a healthy ‘cronehood’!

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  502. D'Lynn

    For the best fruit smoothies, I juice the hard fruits first (apply, pear, etc) and then blend in the Vitamix with softer fruits (like bananas) that don’t do as well in the juicer. I’ve also blended fresh veggie juice with spinach and some ice cubes in the blender.

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  503. Anthony W.

    When adding a new or different veggie/fruit to a basic recipe you like, only add one ingredient for that juice so you can evaluate the taste difference better with the added ingredient.

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  504. Ariana

    I would love to juice my to health and wellness with fresh fruits and vegetables. Once I get into it I would probably have more tips, but I intend on using the pulp in baking or in my compost.

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  505. Nicole Sistrunk

    We are relatively new to juicing. My husband and I were surprised how good combinations were. Our favorite so far is carrot and apple. We are looking forward to trying more new recipes. Our tip would be to rinse the juicer immediately when you have finished to make clean up a breeze.

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  506. ELENA PADILLA

    To win this jucier would be a blessing! A great start to the new year & my heathy life change.

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  507. Brandie

    Use local produce, it will have better flavor for the juice because it hasn’t traveled as far.

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  508. Amy

    I’ve been wanting to experiment with juicing and would really like to try some of the recipes I found here!

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  509. Diana Jarvis

    Love, love, love juicing!!! Mine just took a dive and I’m so sad.

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  510. Alexandra Stairs

    I can’t say I really have a juicing tip because I have not started juicing yet, but I like the idea of having no rules and just trying new combinations. I would love to start juicing and what better way than with a new juicer!

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  511. Andrea

    I would love to upgrade my juicer. Loving the health benefits of juicing.

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