Wai baby

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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sun 04 Dec 2016 19:11

Kasper wrote:
because the local fruitseller does all the juicing for me now
Where did you get this service?
At my local fruit supplier. a moroccan owned shop.
I bought a second hand juicer as below.
It is in their shop now. They use it to sell OJ, and in return they do all the juicing i need, for the whole sale costs of the oranges only.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sun 04 Dec 2016 19:18

Emeira wrote:Hi RRM, I saw your kids like eating raw meat balls, do you add salt to it? ... and do you add salt to slow cooked chicken or egg soup?
Yes, i do add salt.
And to the slow cooked chicken i also add fresh raw hot pepper (1 crushed Madam Jeanette)
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Re: Wai baby

Postby Aytundra » Sun 04 Dec 2016 19:18

Wow you gave them a juicer?
How long does it take to make all the liters of juice?
Do you stock juice for a day, a week or 2 weeks?
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sun 04 Dec 2016 19:20

Aytundra wrote:Wow you gave them a juicer?
No, its still mine.
How long does it take to make all the liters of juice?
I have no idea ;D
Do you stock juice for a day, a week or 2 weeks?
The shop is around the block, so i go there almost daily
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Re: Wai baby

Postby Aytundra » Sun 04 Dec 2016 19:40

How long does the shop keeper keep un-purchased orange juice?
How many days does the shop keeper say that the orange juice will expire?
Do you select which crate of oranges they are to juice from? So that there are no spoiled oranges?
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sun 04 Dec 2016 19:54

Aytundra wrote:How long does the shop keeper keep un-purchased orange juice?
Ha!
Good question.
At night I always buy all bottles fresh OJ left in the shop.
If that is a lot, it takes 2 days before im back to buy more.
If it is not that much, i come back the next day.
That way all customers (including me) always get juice that is either fresh or maximally 1 day old.
How many days does the shop keeper say that the orange juice will expire?
He doesnt say.
We all know that once the OJ becomes fizzy, its time to discard it.
Do you select which crate of oranges they are to juice from? So that there are no spoiled oranges?
No, the taste tells me all i need to know.
I know he will not use moulded oranges.
Using overripe oranges is fine.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby chris75001 » Mon 05 Dec 2016 18:45

That's nice of you ! A machine like that costs 3000 dollars at least!


When I was living in Brussels I was surprised to see this machine everywhere (primeur, food store, supermarket) so I often took it like this


1 liter this put can be 1min30, so 5 liters can be 5-6 minutes, which must be boring it is washing


Sometimes my apple juice, if it stayed too long outside, when I'm on a shoot outside, the cap of my plastic bottle can literally explode like a lol champagne stopper


Just after the juice sparkles, I'm cautious when I open the cork ahah, sometimes it explodes, it makes a big noise and the cork jumps very high, it may surprise the first time haha
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Re: Wai baby

Postby chris75001 » Mon 05 Dec 2016 18:51

I think having the orange juice machine as your primeur can be useful on a family or everyone is on Wai, or for example a roommate (Colocation) or everyone is on the Wai diet, and pressing and cleaning And the purchase of orange box is well organized and distributed fairly ahaha

Otherwise a good citrus press like the Santos and perfect

That said I find the orange juice coming out of your machine absolutely delicious, really
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Re: Wai baby

Postby Kasper » Thu 08 Dec 2016 16:19

RRM wrote:
Kasper wrote:
because the local fruitseller does all the juicing for me now
Where did you get this service?
At my local fruit supplier. a moroccan owned shop.
I bought a second hand juicer as below.
It is in their shop now. They use it to sell OJ, and in return they do all the juicing i need, for the whole sale costs of the oranges only.
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Oh, wow, generous :) I have tried the fresh pressed orange juice by the local AH. But it is always sour, and I think I taste their washing soap in it :?

I have now found a organic shop who have fresh pressed orange juice. It is very expensive (5 euro/L), but it is delicious, I may go for this. I'm finally financially independent, so it is not a big problem.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Sat 10 Dec 2016 16:03

Kasper wrote: I have tried the fresh pressed orange juice by the local AH. But it is always sour, and I think I taste their washing soap in it :?
Yes, i have heard the same complaints from other people.
The concept is good, but if they dont supply tasty oranges (because usually ugly), and use soap for cleaning (bacteriaphobic), that concept is not leading anywhere.
Im happy for you that you can afford organic fresh Oj now.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby dime » Mon 12 Dec 2016 17:23

RRM wrote: At my local fruit supplier. a moroccan owned shop.
I bought a second hand juicer as below.
It is in their shop now. They use it to sell OJ, and in return they do all the juicing i need, for the whole sale costs of the oranges only.
That's genius! That machine is anyway industrial strength, it will be underutilized if you use it only yourself at home :)
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Tue 13 Dec 2016 20:13

Thank you Dime, im very much pleased with this arrangement indeed,
as it saves me so much time.
And all that time is spend much better now; with my kids!! :D
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Re: Wai baby

Postby dime » Fri 16 Dec 2016 16:28

Aytundra wrote:How long does the shop keeper keep un-purchased orange juice?
He doesn't keep it but makes it on the spot (I assume). There are many supermarkets that have these machines with bottles next to them, so you just take a bottle, push the button and the machine starts squeezing the oranges.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Fri 16 Dec 2016 19:37

Yes, he does it like that.
But he also creates a stock. Whatever is left at the end of the day, im taking home.
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Re: Wai baby

Postby RRM » Thu 23 Feb 2017 19:56

Rose at 7 months, very much loving the mango-banana combo from the Versapers
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