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Juicing techniques per ingredient when making Hurom juice

Juicing techniques per ingredient when making Hurom juice

If you’re interested in eating healthy, start every morning with a glass of Hurom juice.
Here, we’ll take a look at the different juicing techniques that are used for each type of Hurom juice.

1. Roots & Bulb Vegetables

(Sweet potatoes, potatoes, gingers, carrots, garlics, etc.)

  • Always use ingredients after washing them and eliminating debris, including soil. (it is possible to use them unpeeled). Ginger should be peeled and chopped. Other root vegetables should be cut into 3-4 cm in length.
  • Add prepared ingredients into the appliance.Press [juice extraction/ON] button when ready to begin.
  • If ingredients are not pushed down properly or wrapped around the inner part of the appliance,reverse for 2-3 second and then, turn it in a normal rotation.
  • Place a juice cup in front of the juice cap and then open the cap to pour out juice.


TIP unless debris including soil is eliminated completely, residues may remain in juice or may lead to the risk of product damage.

2. Leaf/stem vegetables

(Wheatgrass, leeks, water parsleys, Angelica Utilis Makino, celeries, kales, etc.)

  • Cut ingredients into smaller pieces with about 3-4cm in length.
  • After adding all selected ingredients into this appliance, press [juice extraction/ ON] button when ready to begin.
  • If ingredients are not pushed down properly or wrapped around the inner part of the appliance, reverse for 2-3 second and then, turn it in a normal rotation.
  • Place a juice cup in front of the juice cap and then open the cap to pour out juice.



TIP In case of certain vegetables (e.g.kales, spinaches, wheatgrass, leeks, water parsleys, Angelica Utilis Makino, celeries, etc.),the fibers are so long and tough that they are not convenient for extraction or could easily get wrapped around the inner part of the appliance. Thus, we recommend to chop such ingredients in 3-4cm in length for an optimized juicing experience.

3. Citrus fruits and fruits with thick or solid rinds

(E.g. lemons, oranges, grapefruits, pomegranates, dragon fruits, etc.)

  • After removing rinds, cut the flesh into pieces that fit into the feeding tube of a hopper.
  • After putting all selected ingredients into this appliance, press [juice extraction/ ON] button when ready to begin.
  • If ingredients are not pushed down properly or wrapped around the inner part of the appliance,reverse for 2-3 second and then, turn it in a normal rotation.
  • Place a juice cup in front of the juice cap and then, open the cap to pour out juice.


TIP thick or tough rinds must be removed from fruits before juicing. Otherwise, it may lead to the risk of product damage.


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