October 31, 2012
Many juicers and blenders excel at predictable tasks like juicing and making smoothies, but high-end versions of these machines are being pushed further and further into multitasking territory.
For high-end blenders, this means more power and pitchers shaped to funnel food smoothly into the spinning blades. Among juicers, masticating models -- which use rotating augers or gears to slowly crush produce -- show the most multitasking ability. Some can even make foods like nut butter, pasta and baby food.
So which machine is a better investment? Consider how each appliance would fare in this head-to-head boxing match:
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