Juice a Pineapple — With or Without a Juicer

Mixology is really all about using fresh juice. Here’s a quick video to show how to juice a pineapple, even if you don’t have a juicer.
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9 comments

  • isnt it the centre that contains the bromelain

  • Nice video really helpful 👌😁

  • Can you put the fruit cut in half if you are using a Vitamix? thanks for your reply

  • You are using juicer .mad !! 😡😡

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  • Great video, thanks for sharing!
    I´ve been juicing for a while now and I gave up my juicer (centrifugal juicer) and my blender, simply because the blades of those machines are so powerful that they heat the fruit or veggie you are juicing and so, kill the enzymes and nutrients you were suppose to get!!
    I think that the best way to juice is by using a cold press, but they are so expensive that not everyone can afford it! So I came up with a method that act like the cold press but way cheapper… I use a grater and a piece of fabric or a nutmilk bag, it will take a few more minutes to make a juice, but you know that what you´ll be drinking is the good stuff!!!
    Watch me make a juice without a juicer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bScJqVO1lYU
    One love 😉

  • You look like Lyoto Machida

  • I am not always satisfied with the results I get from the extractor. Juice is still foamy and separates after sitting in the glass. Have you tried or considered comparing with a fruit press for more homogeneous juice with minimal amount of solids?

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