What is the difference between a juicer and a smoothie maker?

I’ve just been given a kenwood smoothie junior maker for my birthday and I’ve been making smoothies without any problems, but now I want to try making some juices.

In particular, I want to make carrot juice, but I’m worried that my smoothie maker won’t be able to process the carrots. (ie too fragile or not enough power) so, is there any difference between a smoothie maker and a juicer?

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Comments

  1. There really is a difference between a juicer and a smoothie maker.

    A juicer pulverizes vegetables and fruits and then presses the finished pulp through a sieve to extract the juice. Only the juice ends up in your glass, not the pulp.

    A smoothie maker is similar to a blender, in that the entirety of the fruit placed into the smoothie maker is pulverized and consumed, pulp and all.

    Finally, a smoothie make usually has a spigot at the bottom of the container. This allows you to open the spigot and fill a glass while the smoothie maker is blending the product.

  2. Fred Grant says:

    A smoothie maker is similar to a blender, in that the entirety of the fruit placed into the smoothie maker is pulverized and consumed, pulp and all… Fred from his web site about the smoothie maker.

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