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Choosing a mechanical mixer would work fine for juice the kale. All you need to do is to take raw kale and some spinach leaves. And add them on to the Juicer mixer. You will be getting the fresh Kale juice from it.

Breville Juicers | Answered on Oct 03, 2018


Google (brand)(JE60)(manual) without parens for instructions,

Juicers | Answered on Sep 30, 2018


Peel 4 medium size oranges and place in the juicer.


Juicing Tip: When juicing oranges (or any kind of citrus fruit) it is a good idea to juice the white membranes at the center of the orange. The majority of the bio-flavonoids in citrus fruits are found in the white membranes. Scrape off some of the white membranes inside the peel and include them in the juice. We don't recommend juicing the whole peel, this will produce a very sour unpleasant juice.

Jack Lalanne... | Answered on Sep 29, 2018


It depends on you whether you want to drink the juice with the skin or without the skin.

Lexen GP62... | Answered on Sep 12, 2018


Vr2020 is unable to suggest sources for Imperial golden harvest juicer #9901 replacement parts.

Juicers | Answered on Aug 29, 2018


Well Steve has a point. We are a site for fixing things. And there is great thing called Google :>) The manual isn't online and Brentwood don't list anything for this QVC sales item. But as the other poster suggested, you could contact them. Here is a link

http://www.brentwoodus.com/contact_us.php?osCsid=5oefs04h8g2n0hdr7p1ec41qv7

Brentwood... | Answered on Aug 22, 2018


I have the manual for the M753. I've scanned the pages, but they are too large to post here. If you still need the manual, contact me at dohertysullivan@cox.net and I can try to email the pages to you.

Juicers | Answered on Aug 08, 2018


Scroll down a little and theres the cresent tool. It has free shipping and its $7.99

https://www.unitycart.com/pjss/accessories/parts_classic.asp

Jack Lalanne... | Answered on Aug 06, 2018


The small pores of sieve cells and the larger ones of sieve elements are traversed by strands of cytoplasm called P-protein. It is not known whether P-protein is active in transport or merely serves as a seal against leakage in case of injury. See also phloem.

Juicers | Answered on Jul 31, 2018


The phloem consists of sieve elements, companion cells, phloem parenchyma cells and phloem fibers. Other cell types may be found in the phloem of certain plant species. The functional units for long distance translocation and signal distribution are sieve tubes. Sieve tubes consist of sieve elements which are elongated cells, connected to each other via sieve plates to form a continous tube system that spreads out through the entire plant. Sieve plates are end walls containing large pores to provide a connection between adjacent sieve elements (for more information on sieve plates see link on the left). In order to generate a tube system of low resistance, sieve elements loose most of their cellular components such as nucleus, cytoskeleton, ribosomes, tonoplast etc. during ontogeny. Mature sieve elements contain structural phloem specific proteins (P-proteins), mitochondria, ER, and sieve elements plastids. Other cellular structures of yet unknown function have recently been described (Froelich et al. 2011 ). Companinon cells derive from the same mother cell and remain in close connection with their sieve element. Since the sieve elements are incapable of self supported survival due to the lack of a nucleous and other organells, companion cells support their sieve element throughout its lifetime. Companion cells are characterized by a dense cytoplasm and a high number of mitochondria.

Juicers | Answered on Jul 31, 2018

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