I hope yours works better than mine did. I got half a pitcher of foam when I tried making juice.
That is it ... right now I'm working on grape juice. And all I can say is... :woohoo::woohoo::woohoo:Andi, is this the one you bought?
Try this one.
OK.That one doesn't work either.
How about a pic?
Thank you for enabling me. I really wanted you to.... right now I'm working on grape juice. And all I can say is... :woohoo::woohoo::woohoo:
(Found the grapes on sale) :2thumb:
Both quick and easy.
When do the samples get sent out?That is it ... right now I'm working on grape juice. And all I can say is... :woohoo::woohoo::woohoo:
It is a Mehu-Liisa ~ Juice Extractor & Steam cooker. It comes up as Lehman's best.Andi:
Does it have a name and model# stamped on it anywhere?
Thanks for the tips. :2thumb:I took my apples and quartered them and put them in. I like to waterbath can the jars, but I'm told it isn't nessesary. I drained the juice into a stockpot until I had what I needed for a full canner load. Some of the apples I used (mixed box) weren't as tasty as I wanted so I added a bit of sugar, some I added a dash of cinnamon and cloves to (my husbands favorite). I'm calling wineries this spring to see ifthey allow picking or sell their table grapes, until I have enough from my own.
I also have a bunch of berries that I froze (plain) and am thinking of making some mixed juice from it. Once you have the juice bottled, you can also use it to make syrup or jelly.
I made my first apple juice & applesauce, like you said it's definetely a time saver, easy to use and well worth the money!I made juice the year before using my Jack LaLane electric juicer and it took forever, put a strain on the machine, it needed constant cleaning and in order to reduce the foam, I needed to strain the juice 3 times. So...I bit the bullet and ordered a steam juicer from Lehman's this year.
I could not be happier about this purchase! Not only did I quickly work my way through 6 bushels of apples and get quarts and quarts of great, clear juice; I got apple sauce and apple butter from the strained pulp left in the steamer. Definetely a time saver, easy to use and well worth the money!