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What’s difference between Compare Masticating and Centrifugal Juicers?

Equipping a juicer for the family is the desire of many housewives. But should choose a Masticating or Centrifugal Juicers is what makes many people confused because it is not possible to compare all about the price, quality or advantages and disadvantages of these two types of juicers. Today’s article will introduce you to what’s difference between Compare Masticating and Centrifugal Juicers.

Why should we need a juicer in my house?

Fruit juice provides a variety of vitamins, enzymes, and nutrients in an easily absorbed liquid form to the human body. Drinking at least 2 glasses of fruit juice in the diet every day is a great secret to help prevent disease naturally, limit the aging process, and a great way to support the beauty of women.

Using a juicer, housewives will reduce ½ the cost of supplementing the family’s nutrition source from fruit juices. If it costs $8.00 – $10.00 for a glass of juice to buy from outside, then with that money we will probably have 2 glasses of juice quality if you do it yourself at home when there is a juicer.

Therefore, if calculating the long-term details and equipping a juicer will be much more beneficial.

Differences between Centrifugal and Masticating Juicers

  • Technology and operational principles

The centrifugal juicer is usually composed of the main parts: high-speed motor, grinding wheel with a variety of small blades, lid refreshing fresh vegetables and fruits, juice and pulp containers.

The principle of operation of this machine is that when the fruit is put in, the tray will run at very high speed (nearly 2,400 rpm) to help the fruit to be ground and separate the water from the pulp thanks to centrifugal pressure.

Also because of this principle, when operating the machine makes a big noise and it also can not operate continuously for a long time because it will cause heat and motor damage.

The masticating juicer with 2 main parts is a gear motor and special auger that help juice vegetable and fruit with a speed of only about 85 rpm. The principle of operation is that when the fruit is put in, the spiral auger will slowly pull the material into the screen with almost no centrifugal force and friction on the pressing mixture, a pulp separator.

will push the residue out and the juice will naturally flow out. Thereby the machine minimizes noise when operating, does not affect the surroundings and the machine can also be used continuously for longer periods (maximum of about 25 – 45 minutes depending on the machine).

  • Quality of juice

Compared to the factors perceived by the senses, the juice from the slow juicer (masticating juicer) has the color usually darker and more beautiful, the taste more intense and closer to the fruity taste than the conventional juicer (centrifugal juicer).

The juice from a slow press does not precipitate or separate as in conventional press; The slow juicer produces low foaming water, which doesn’t have as many small residues as the regular press.

Compared to the internal factors that need to be analyzed by studies, it has been proved that the juice of finished products from the masticating juicer retains much more vitamins, minerals,  nutrients and the sour, sweet or specific flavor of vegetables and fruits also are more authentical than the centrifugal juicer.

Compared to the amount of juice and the amount of pulp: the conventional juicer produces more juice with the drier fiber than centrifugal one.

The main reason for the difference is the principle of operation of the two types of machines. The centrifugal force of a press typically produces heat up to 70 degrees Celsius (so we can feel the juice can be slightly warmed).

That is enough to break most vitamins and nutrients available in pressed fruits and vegetables. Moreover, when nutrients break down the structure, the air becomes oxidized more easily, creating a layering phenomenon in the final juice cup.

Moreover, pressing with an ordinary pressing machine does not separate all the water in the mixture under the centrifugal force. With a slow press under the pressure of the auger, the material is crushed and pressed to extract almost all the water available in fruits and vegetables.

  • Way to clean

If a conventional juicer needs to be disassembled and meticulously cleaned after use to clean, store, or grind another type of material, the masticating juicer is much easier in cleaning.

After use, the slow juicer is capable of self-cleaning, you just need to fill the water and the machine will clean basically, you just need to disassemble the parts and wash through under the tap to store. Parts and components of this machine are also simple in structure and easier to clean than the centrifugal juicer.

Should buy Masticating or Centrifugal Juicers

By comparison, we have to recognize that the masticating juicer takes more advantage than the centrifugal juicer about juice quality, warranty, smooth use, and hygiene… The speed of juicing of two types of juicers is similar. However, when using a slow juicer, you also often have to spend time cutting raw material to better squeeze and avoid material jams.

And especially about the cost, to get a masticating juicer, you have to spend 10% – 30% more (and sometimes more) than buying a centrifugal juicer.

The masticating or centrifugal juicers usually have their own advantages and disadvantages, but both are useful for users to make delicious, nutritious and healthy juice glasses

If you have better financial resources, think that you should also boldly invest in a slow juicer. However, an ordinary juicer with affordable prices for the majority of users is also quite good for you to prepare for your family kitchen.

Final words

The all article has responded for “What’s difference between Compare Masticating and Centrifugal Juicers?”.Choose conventional juicers or slow juicers are both good and beneficial for your family. Depending on economic conditions, you can make a buying decision that is more appropriate and suitable for your family.

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How to clean cast iron cookware sets?

Many housewives have a headache because the cast iron pans have rusted and cannot be used after a period of use. But, do not worry, let us show you how to clean cast iron cookware set right below!

Advantages of cast iron cookware you need to know 

Cast iron pan is heavy but durable, very good heat retention so it helps cook very delicious and reduce cooking time. In addition, cast iron pans, if properly seasoning, will have a non-toxic natural anti-stick layer, which other non-stick pans today cannot do.

In fact, unlike cast iron pans, non-stick pans hold toxic chemicals. Waterproof coatings that keeping food from sticking to the pan contain PFCs (perfluorocarbons) – a chemical related to liver disease, cancer, body development cycle, early menopause (according to research in the journal Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 2011).

PFCs can be released as gas from a non-stick pan when the pan is heated at high temperatures. Similarly, they easily cling to food, penetrating the body when the pan surface is scratched.

As you might know, Iron deficiency is a worldwide phenomenon, especially for women. Cast iron pots/pans do not absorb chemicals, and they also add a small amount of iron to your food.

Tips to clean cast iron cookware sets in a snap

When your thick, smooth, shiny and non-stick cast-iron pan surface is covered with rust, it’s time to know you need to replace a new pan now. However, this will not happen and you do not need to spend a lot of money on buying a new pan thanks to the following tip.

Preparing materials:

  • 1/2 potato
  • 1 little vegetable oil
  • White salt (can be used with baking soda)
  • Dishwashing soap
  • Hot water
  • A scrubber
  • Dry towels

Instructions:

  • Step 1: Soak the pan in salt

You should use crude salt if your pan has lots of rust stains. This will help get rid of the stubborn rust stains on the pan’s surface.

  • Step 2: Cut the potato in half

You will use the potatoes to scrub your cast iron pan, so you should buy a very big potato and cut them in half.

  • Step 3: Rub the potatoes on the surface of the pan

Then, take the potato plane to rub the cookware surface. The mixture of the salt and the potato’s resin will help get rid of stubborn rust effectively.

  • Step 4: Scrub with a scrubber

Use hot water and a scrubber to remove residual rust. Then,  wash and dry with a clean towel.

How to season your cast iron cookware sets

Seasoning cast iron cookware is the creation of a protective layer, external natural nonstick for the pan by using cooking oil. The oil layer has the ability to protect the pan from rust at the same time, helping the pan’s anti-stick ability be optimal. 

There are two ways to season cast iron pans, based on the available cookware. The first and most optimal way is to use the oven. The second way is to use the cooker.

Seasoning by the oven

  • Step 1: Wash the pan

For new pans, use warm water to rinse the pan. For used pans, you can use the mentioned above method to clean the cast-iron pan.

  • Step 2: Dry cast iron pan

Dry the pan completely by boiling the pan on the stove or drying it in an oven to ensure the removal of moisture on the pan.

  • Step 3: Cover the cast iron with oil

Add a small spoon of cooking oil to the pan, using a towel to apply the oil to the entire pan (both inside, outside and handle)

* Note: Use cooking oil with a fuming temperature not too high to ensure maximum oil adhesion to the pan surface to create the best natural anti-stick layer. The recommended cooking oils are soybean oil, sunflower oil, and canola oil.

  • Step 4. Dry the pan in the oven for 45 minutes to 1 hour

Put the pan lying face up in the oven. Turn on the oven at 180 – 230 ° C for at least 45 minutes to 1 hour. Then turn off the oven, let the pan cool down in the oven.

* Note: High temperature helps cooking oil combine closely with cast iron to create a natural anti-stick layer. If the temperature you set is not hot enough, the oil will not stick closely with the pan, making the seasoning process unsuccessful (if this happens, you just need to rinse the pan and apply oil again).

Seasoning by the cooker

If you do not have an oven, do not worry because we can fully season cast iron cookware sets by cookers like the gas cooker, the electric cooker,… 

After rinsing and drying the pan thoroughly, you add a small spoon of cooking oil to the pan, cover well oil on the whole pan bottom. Then cook the pan on the cooker until the pan is really hot. Until the oil is dry and smoke, you turn off the heat.

Conclusion

After this article, hope you will know how to clean cast iron cookware sets. Although it takes a little more effort to care, the cast iron cookware really conquered users.

Nowadays, it has become an indispensable part of any housewives’ kitchen.

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