What can you press with the Hurom HB?
The Hurom HB uses slow crushing, grinding and pressing actions that preserve the enzymes. That's what we mean when we talk about 'living juice' and 'living food'-juices and foods that are still full of nutrients and essential enzymes. The HB series is executed in a neutral white color, made of plastic. The execution has remained fairly general with respect to its successors, often focusing on the design. The machine has a juice compartment of 300 ml. This slowjuicer has a juice flap which prevents dripping. Moreover, it is convenient that the different juices of your pressed vegetables can already be mixed in the compartment if you keep the juice flap closed.
Hurom HB series is very suitable for preparing fresh vegetable juices. Juicen has never been so easy as with the new Hurom HB series.
What kind of juice do you get with the Hurom HB?
The HB series has a single auger that is placed vertically, so you can easily drop your vegetables through the shaft and with its 70 RPM you get delicious juice where the nutrients are preserved. The low rpm ensures that there is minimal friction and no unnecessary heat is released. Little oxygen is added to the juice during pressing and therefore the juice stays well in the fridge for 48 hours.
How do you clean the Hurom HB?
First of all you can dismantle the juicer, juicer screw, sieve round scraper and silicone brushes. Rinse each part with the cleaning brush and brush the inside and outside under running water. Remove stains from the base with a soft damp cloth or wrung out towel and dry thoroughly. In addition, use the Hurom HB to fill the press barrel with water to rinse the parts.
Why should you choose the Hurom HB?
- Powerful - Hurom has designed its slowjuicers with a very powerful but quiet 150W motor.
- Simple - The Hurom HB is easy to operate and clean. Also the attachments are easy to clean.
- Versatile - with this slowjuicer you can also easily prepare soups, ice cream, baby food, soy/almond milk and many other dishes.
- Hard seeds, Fibrous or hard vegetables
A hard cherry kernel, plum kernel or apricot kernel can damage the sieve. Therefore, always remove hard kernels before making juice. Rule of thumb is: if you can chew on the kernel with your teeth and it doesn't hurt, it can go into the Hurom without any problems.
- Roots and beets are very hard. Fibrous vegetables, stems of herbs or celery can be very tough. Therefore, if you use these products, be sure to cut them into small pieces before use. It is good to mix them alternately with soft pieces to improve the output of the device. Allow the device to "consume" them before entering more of them. Entering too many hard pieces too quickly can eventually wear out or even damage the device.