@Achyvi Achyvi. I spent 3 months researching juicers and for green leafy veggies, the most nutrient rich, I really like the omega 8003. Edith put a link to my article (it's huge, I apologize!) at the bottom of hers. Click over to wirecutter if you need more information. I also have a $100 recommendation, too. All of my picks are researched but I have to say, this was one case where two weird things happened--the one everyone recommends (breville) is not even close to being the best pick in any regard. Only a few juice masters I talked to--one guy has over 250 videos on youtube about juicing and juicers--gave me the information I needed to make the right call.
@thebestjasmine yeah, it's a lot, but it's also a lot of veggies that go into one juice. if you'd eat that much juice, you'd feel ok, but if you ate that much salad on a regular basis, well, it's a lot of greens. that's the main reason why I juice.
also, we live in a land where people spend a lot of money on a lot of things, but with health being so important, maybe it's worth spending money on things that help health.
also, there's always making juice. a bunch of kale is like a few bucks and you can make a small glass of juice from it, which is as good as eating it (nearly!). that's not more than a meal, but is better than a bowl of cereal or bacon and eggs.
@heliotropegerbil8 the juicer I recommend is not a breville and cleans up in 90 seconds. what I use is better than a breville for green leafy veggies--which are the most nutrient rich. it also has a 10 year warranty vs one year (which the brevilles have)
@FoxyRoxy Hey FoxyRoxy--maybe you can make your own juice? I recommend a juicer in the link that edith dropped at the end of her story.
@Too Much Internet I might agree that things are out of hand. Which is why I want part of the editorial spirit of Wirecutter to be SILENCE
@DorothyMantooth I will earn your trust. And re-earn it.