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Re: Réussir/succeed

Postby rogii » Thu 19 Mar 2015 11:26

Curious how you consume "juiced" banana. It comes out thick both ends, I guess the fibre looks a bit more fibrous than the "juice" but not much... Do you eat the fibre of which the versapers gives or just the banana that comes out of the juice hole? OR discard the fibre? Seems a waste considering the juice banana pulp aint much different to the fibre pulp!
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Re: Réussir/succeed

Postby chris75001 » Thu 19 Mar 2015 14:11

I drink anything out of the juice aside and not fiber of my versapers for banana juice. There is clearly a difference. The juice output gives a creamy juice banana, fiber not give out something I'd drink. However, do not hesitate to board several times in the chimney that comes out of versapers fiber side to extract maximum juice. After 2-3 passages I throw

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Re: Réussir/succeed

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