We receive plenty of weekly questions regarding the actual process of making carrot juice. Most of these questions pertain to how many methods are there to make carrot juice, which methods are more popular, and which methods do we recommend. We would like to thank all of our visitors for submitting these question, and we have answered these questions in the section below.
Obviously the first and most popular method of making carrot juice is by using a traditional electric juice machine. This method is the most efficient at removing any pulp or fiber from the drink, and ensures that your juice will be particle free. This is the only method I have ever used, and I strongly recommend that you buy a juice machine if you don't already have one.
A second method of creating carrot juice is by using a blender, however the juice and pulp will be consumed together, unless you use a filtering device. If your aim is to extract as much juice from the carrots as possible using your blender, I think you will find this endeavor futile, as in my experience even the strongest filters will still leave carrot particles behind.
The third and least popular method of creating carrot juice, is by using a manual non electric juice press or grinder. My grandmother had one that worked just as well as an electric juice machine, however obviously you had to really put some muscle into grinding the carrots. The machine is fairly obsolete, and I'm not really even sure where you could purchase one from.
So in conclusion, save yourself the hassle of trying to figure out clever ways of bypassing the tried and testing electric juice machine, and buy yourself one. A quality juicer can be purchased for a very affordable price, and most of them will last you years before they need servicing or replacement. If you juice frequently, get a warranty with your machine.