I Gots The Juice!! - Panasonic Slow Juicer

A sunny Sunday was the perfect opportunity to be surrounded by loved ones and Juice…
I was sent a Panasonic Slow Juicer from the lovely guys at Come Round to a party at home and really put it through its paces! If you follow me on Instagram or twitter you would know that I have been really into my smoothies so I was happy to try out juices.  I figured I would get the girls round we can make some juice get some alcohol involved and voila healthy cocktails right?
Panasonic Slow Juicer could also make frozen desserts, so me and my girlies were going to get this party started right.
As the time came closer we decided to move the party to my mums house (Well actually her garden) since the weather was going to be so nice.
What’s so good about the Panasonic Slow Juicer?  Well.. Instead of a fast spinning blade, the Panasonic Slow Juicer has a heavy stainless steel screw which rotates and presses the fruit and vegetables. You do need to chop up the fruit and vegetables before you feed them into the juicer.
I found the Panasonic slow juicer super easy to assemble and before you knew it we were ready to rock and roll juice style.

The fruits were prepped and the people were hot and thirsty.

Everyone came up with their own recipes and the person with the best tasting juice got bragging rights, Of course that was me! Well actually it was my goddaughter but anyways.
We attempted to change the attachments and make sorbets a few of which came out nice but as we were outside and it was quite warm the ingredient’s started to melt quite quickly so we went back to juices.
I was seriously impressed with how quiet the Panasonic Slow Juicer is but I found it to be a bit slow, or perhaps we were talking too much and not putting the fruit in fast enough. We did notice that when dealing with frozen fruit you have to let them defrost a little bit before putting them into the filling feed otherwise it takes ages to come out. .
Unfortunately the Malibu rum got involved pretty early so we didn’t take note of our recipes but we learnt the following things
Malibu makes everything right and there is such thing as too much ginger!
The Panasonic Slow Juicer was super simple, efficient and enjoyed using it.
Its defiantly not to fiddly to use in the mornings when I normally like to have my smoothies. Because the Panasonic Slow Juicer works more slowly than other juicers, you get a lot more goodness in your glass and less waste.
Although I was surprised about how much vegetables and fruit go into making just one glass of juice.
I have to mention how easy it is to disassemble and clean plus there is a little brush thingy to help with the hard to get areas.
The Panasonic Slow Juicer costs £199.99 and you can buy it on Amazon. Or the Panasonic's website.

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