Watch FOOD MATTERS free until Tuesday

I recently watched  “Food Matters” while I planted some more lettuce seeds and I was very inspired:

http://www.foodmatters.tv/free

It’s free to watch until Tuesday.

Right now I’m looking at juicers and I’m having a tough time deciding which juicer we should get ourselves for Christmas. Many people like the VitaMix, but Food Matters recommends the Hurom and many reviewers on Amazon complain about the complete lack of customer service and NO replacement parts by Hurom.  So I just sent an email inquiring about that to Food Matters.

Also, I’m totally overwhelmed by the many different Vita-Mix models.  It seems that some also grind dry food, which would be a very nice feature to have since we grow sorghum and other grains.  I suppose you can’t do that with the Hurom.

And now I looked at the Nutri Bullet and it sure is a lot cheaper.  But the new 900 model doesn’t have a milling blade and it seems they don’t offer it as accessory.  Strange.  They have such a good deal at Kohl’s, I’m considering ordering it.

UPDATE:  Food Matters is on Netflix and I also enjoyed watching Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead.

2 Responses to Watch FOOD MATTERS free until Tuesday

  1. I have a Omega Vert juicer. I bought it at Bed Bath & Beyond last year, and it’s been great. However, if you plan to juice alot of greens, then it might not be the one for you.

  2. I just looked up the Omega Vert on Amazon and it’s not cheap either. And Omega has a ton of models too. Sometimes all these choices are just overwhelming.

    Does yours get “stuck” on greens? We have a LOT of chard and that is kind of tough.

    I ordered the NutriBullet 900 last night because it was such a good deal, only $110 total after discounts and I’ll still get $20 in Kohl’s bucks. I’m thinking it’s a good starter “blender” until I have a better grip on all the many features.

    I also read that the 900 doesn’t need the milling blade because the blending blade actually chops too. I’ll see how it works.

    Next spring or summer we might be ready to spend $400 or so if we have several people here who enjoy juicing. It always looks so easy in their infomercials because all the ingredients are ready to go. The hard part is harvesting, washing and prepping everything.

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