I know I could post this in the 'Practicalities' forum, but I thought I could get better responses here.
I want to start making my own juices from ingredients found at the fresh markets. I would be using both fruits and veggies, so I think an electric juicer would be best. Does anyone have any recommendations on specific brands? And even better, what store I can find them?
Does it have to be a crappy Thai one? The motor will burn out after 3 months. Go Japanese instead.
Well, I don't want to invest too much money into it because I can't use it when I go back to US. But 3 months is a really short time. How about this: could you give me top 3 low end and 3 high end brands, regardless of what country they're from?
If you are not staying here that long ... just pop into BigC and buy what you can afford. Juicers are juicers.
^ Or Tesco, or Robinson, or Central whatever; they all have juicers. Cheers.
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Well, I went to the local appliance store (or Thai Best Buy, as I like to refer to it)...and saw Cusinart appliances! Food processor, immersion blender, and even ice cream maker.
Well that's one down and half a dozen more problems to go.
juicers suck, just buy a cheap blender.
Verasu has juicers; we bought one from them. It's about ฿5,000 and works very well; made in Germany. Verasu is a high end store and I think there is a branch at Siam Paragon.