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Unlike their traditional counterparts, cold-press juicers utilize a slow and steady process that emphasizes nutrient extraction over speed.
It’s the same reason we make New Year’s resolutions and then buy things we may hardly ever use—like juicers or zoodlers—to help us fulfill those resolutions.
Like all cold-press juicers, the slower engine produces less heat, which helps prevent nutrient loss.
These were rather numerous (as Nares contemptuously put it) “for a lime-juicer.”
He had sailed always on French merchant vessels, with the one exception of a voyage on a "lime-juicer."
THE ROADJACK LONDON
At noon we picked up a ship ahead, a lime-juicer, travelling in the same direction, under lower-topsails and one upper-topsail.
And we were near him, on the poop, when he drove by an east-bound lime-juicer, hove-to under upper-topsails.
These were rather numerous (as Nares contemptuously put it) "for a lime-juicer."
THE WRECKERROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON AND LLOYD OSBOURNE
That old lime-juicer that was lying next to us at the loading dock was alive with rats, and I am afraid that we have our share.
THE FLYING BO'SUNARTHUR MASON
I remember wan time on the auld lime-juicer 'King of the Seas,' the second mate died.
THE FLYING BO'SUNARTHUR MASON

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