I can easily avoid juice screw top lids, and plastic lined tetra packs, by making my own juice.
Now I have been putting this off for a while because I thought it would take a lot of labour and time . Don’t like the first and don’t have enough of the latter. But I have heard so much good about fresh juice and juicing recently I began to think it might be worth it.
And our tree is covered with apples no good for eating but if I juice them then maybe. Well at worst I could make cider surely??
So I bought a Philips Juicer and though there was some plastic wrapping most of the protective gubbins was cardboard. Result.
Better still it is really easy to use and clean. No peeling no seeding chuck the fruit in.
Since then I have been juicing everything – really I mean everything. Both fruit and veg are quickly reduced liquid and its great for using up things – bit of pepper, some dried up ginger, half a lemon and a soggy tomato – in they go along with the broccoli stems and sour allotment apples. I know it sounds gross but so far it has all tasted good.
Totally recommend this product
Of course the juicer has plastic elements but we don’t boycott all plastics. We think that there are some valid uses for the product ( gasp!! yes I know…you can read our reasons here). The juicer fits into the