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Old 08-15-2006, 11:07 AM   #1
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A better juicer?

I was wondering if anyone has any experience juicing berries with a steam juicer? I heard about one called the Mehu Liisa steam juicer. I have canned chokecherry syrup and jelly over the last few years and I just use an old berry press with colander. It takes me forever and I never feel like I actually get as much juice out of them as I should. Can anyone tell me if a steam juicer works better? I found some on-line that make it sound simple, but I want to know if they really work as easily as they claim it to.

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Old 08-23-2006, 10:18 AM   #2
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We were friends with the guy who first imported the Mehu juicer, and even though he's now deceased, I believe his family carries on.

That's neither here nor there, I can just vouch for the juicer: we had tons of great juice over the years from those juicers -- from that family, and from my aunt who has one as well. I believe those who own them swear by them and it's a pretty straightforward process.

Be happy to check again with my aunt if you'd like. Just PM me.
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