I have an old Breville juicer that I have had for over 20 years...I rarely use my juicer for anything else, but will keep it until it dies....I love my gadgets, especially the ones that save time and elbow grease in the kitchen.
I am actually looking forward to the day this one does give up as I have researched new ones and they are much more superior with a huge shoot that allows you to juice full fruit. Mine has a tiny feed shoot where I need to cut up apples into eight pieces to make them fit. So when my machine dies, it will be a blessing. For now; I just can't see the point in buying another juicer when this one still works....When the time does come though, I will try to source a second hand one.
Once you get going, it really doesn't take much time at all to juice a bag of lemons...the lemon skins were not so good looking, so they weren't used for my citrus cleaner, but they sure went into my compost bins.
|I kept some lemons aside to use for Rhubarb Champagne.|
|Once frozen, these will be placed in a press-seal bag|
and put back in the freezer.
The tree I sourced these lemons from has had a bad year...and not all the lemons are healthy....so after cutting them in half, any that were bad went straight to the compost pile. Please don't use the juice from a bad lemon.