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Never before has juicing apples been so easy. Making apple juice is really not difficult as long as we are using the right juicer.

All you need are clean apples and a Sage Nutri Juicer. If you're in the USA, you'll need a 110 volt version.

In fact, it's so easy that it's just a case of turning the machine on and chucking in the apples. The great thing about this juicer is that the spout is wide enough for fairly large apples to go in whole and the electronics inside the machine stop it from overheating and burning out the motor, no matter how badly you abuse it. It's also very easy to clean. In the video, I am making 60 litres of juice per hour!

I love this juicer. I also like to make cider and apple brandy.

<p>Turn it into lemonade by adding a lemon, skin &amp; all, for every 4 or 5 apples, depending on the sweetness and size of the apples.</p>
<p>I'll fall asleep a little less stupid than this morning since I didn't know the existence of this galaxy-explorer-ish-device - so thank you my friend..</p><p>Btw, I'm a fan of apple brandy, also, especially good old Calvados - best flavor ever - and I've got loads of wild souvenirs of campfires on the beaches of Normandy. Or just souvenirs, of wild campfires. Or souvenirs of campfires on wild beaches, with wild people - whatever, I just know there was a lot of Calvados..</p>
<p>Talking about Normandy, I am upgrading this 'Ible to 'Dead Rat Cider', which is a recipe that I half discovered whilst disguised as a donkey in a Normandy cider factory.</p>

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