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8 1/4 Qt Stainless Steel Steam Juicer
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8 1/4 Qt Stainless Steel Steam Juicer

Item #1152245
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Make pure, nutritious, delicious juice from grapes, apples, berries, plums, cherries, tomatoes, rhubarb and more.

  • Strong, thick stainless steel will never rust and ONLY stainless steel touches your food
  • Vented glass see-through lid lets you monitor food and cooking process
  • Strong welded handles
  • Smooth bottom for efficient use on gas, electric or wood-fired stoves
  • Fruit basket holds approx. 8 1/4 qt
  • Juice kettle holds approx. 4 3/4 qt
  • Water kettle holds approx. 2 1/2 qt
  • 15"H x 11"OD, 7 lb
  • Instructions included
  • China
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8 1/4 QT STAINLESS STEEL STEAM JUICER DESCRIPTION
Also use to steam vegetables and fish. Use the bottom pot and glass lid as a convenient cooking pot.

Customer Reviews of 8 1/4 Qt Stainless Steel Steam Juicer
Product Rating: 4.6 out of 5.0(12 reviews)
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- 7/13/2011
said: Betty Ann
"WOW! I have used it 3 times since getting the juicer 3 weeks ago. Would have used it as soon as it came, but had to wait for the strawberries to ripen. Works so well I can hardly believe it. I washed the berries and removed the green tops then into the juicer they went. No seeds and very little pulp of any kind in the final product. The juice made crystal clear bright red strawberry jelly. No more mashing and straining berries through a cheese cloth - no more stained fingers! Can't wait to try this juicer with chokecherries. A wonderful product and I have already recommended it to several friends."
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- 5/16/2011
said: Kirsten
"I requested this steamer for Mother's Day and just finished my first batch of juice. It is simple to use- wash your fruit (cut it up if you want, you don't need to cut it or take out seeds, stems), put it in the fruit basket and steam it for a few hours. That's all it takes for delicious, thick juice that can go straight into canning jars. I'm delighted!"
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