Juicing Celery

by Jane

Q:Why does celery seem to stop up my champion juicer, and is there any way to avoid this? It seems like I don't juice much before it gets full of celery shreds.

The celery ribs do clog up the juicer pulp much quicker then any other produce. This is normal, its nothing you are doing wrong. I find that alternating other produce you are jucing seems to work the best, and ensures you can get yourself a few glasses before you have to clean it out. It's worth is though, isn't it?

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juicing celery
by: Laura Graham

I have had a Champion Juicer for 40 years. Yes, the same one. ;-) I cut the celery stalk into 2 to 3 inch long pieces before putting them into the chute. I haven't had celery string problems since I started doing this.

Celery Tip
by: Anonymous

If you take a peeler and "skin" the outside of the stalk before you juice it, it removes most of the stringlike fibre from the celery

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