The most frequently asked question is the difference between juicing and blending. We may find this question silly, but the answer is not as obvious as we may think. The function of a juicer and a blender are somewhat similar but not completely identical. We will discuss these functions in detail.
A juicer extracts the juice while separating the pulp at the same time. The juice includes water and most of the nutrients. On the other hand, the blender also extracts the juice, but there is no mechanism for separating it from the pulp. What usually causes the confusion is that these machines come in different names at times. Just look at the end product, if the juice and pulp are separated, then you are definitely using a juicer and if not, then a blender it is.
Another question which is frequently asked is which one is the better between the two? There is no single answer for this. It depends on what you wish to accomplish. Juicing and blending both provide a lot of nutrients in our diet, but we need to understand the difference.
An Efficient Juicer removes the insoluble fiber. Fiber is important for you as it keeps the digestive tract healthy and slows down the absorption of sugar. Apart from that it hinders the absorption of nutrients and some of the nutrients stay in the fiber. Juicing will provide you with 70% of the total nutrients in your glass and a guaranteed 100% absorption.
The final question asked is what to use when going on a reboot. Again, it depends on what your goal is. If you are going on a reboot for health reasons or wish to lose a bit of weight. The blending would be the right way to go. However, if you wish to have a high weight loss, then you should choose the juicer as that results in a faster weight loss.
This is how I bought my new toaster
Toaster 1 Toast is a universal snack; it can be consumed and eaten at any time of the day in any part of the world with whatsoever thing on top. To meet different needs and preferences toasters come with diverse features and facilities. Mostly the serving quantity of toast is two slices. For this purpose two slice toaster works best. Due to their common usage they are quite famous and readily available. They are light in weight and easy for transportation to office and back home. Quick 2 toasts are the best 2 slice toaster due to its smoothness and advanced quality. The two way toaster does all the task of unfreezing and controls the amount and degree of toasting level. While two slice toaster accounts for the average serving size. Four slice toaster is commonly and conveniently used for couples or big families. It saves time to prepare more slices and keep the already made ones fresh and warm. As it is designed to accommodate four slices, that’s why it is massive, and not that handy for carriage and transportation. They are available in diverse materials such as steel and glass to allow the inner view. As the thickness and overall breath of the slices is not fixed, therefore for breads with large slices specially made toasters are used.
These toasters have large slits, length and breadthwise to accommodate every type of bread. These toasters are not just confined to bread making. They can be used to make bagels, waffles and other items. The toasters are also available in glass. Due to new advancements and innovation in design and technology, several toasters are available in the market. Glass touch toaster can be operated through touch system. It provides every step view from the inside and its toasting capacity and level can be controlled. While the quick2 toast is fast and heats rapidly saving time. Anniversary toaster as the name suggests are designed to celebrate the company’s anniversary. They are great to be given as a gift as they come in sets of kettles and toasters. They come in great packaging and bright colors.
Where there is water, there is life. I am sure all of us have come across this fact at some point. Although 70% of the Earth’s surface is composed of water, we still lack clean water in a number of areas around the world. A number of initiatives have been taken to cater to this problem by reducing the water wastage. One such initiative is the dual flush toilet, which is already a universally accepted concept.
The basic function of a dual flush toilet is to provide different flushes. Solid wastes require more water for flushing while a smaller amount of water is required for the liquid waste. The dual flush toilet controls the amount of water used.
Dual flush toilets were first invented in Australia, but now are being used in almost every corner of the world. In this article we will discuss the underlying principle behind the dual flush toilet and discuss its working.
To understand how a dual flush toilet saves water, we first need to understand how the conventional toilet gets rid of the waste. The standard toilet has a siphoning tube, which leads to a drain. During flushing, a large volume of water enters the bowl and the siphoning tube pulls the water up and the waste down the drain. The water keeps on flowing down the drain until air enters the siphoning tube.
Dual flush toilets differ from the standard conventional toilets in the respect that they have a larger diameter trap way, which makes it easier for the waste to exit through the drain and a smaller amount of water while doing so. The standard toilet uses the same amount of water for each flush while the dual flush toilet uses half the amount of water for liquid waste. When you add all these factors, statistics show that dual flush toilets can save up to sixty eight percent water as compared to standard toilets. This reduces the water wastage by more than half.
A dual flush toilet may come at a higher price than your standard toilets, but when you compare them both and look at their pros and cons, you will see that the dual flush toilet is worth the money. One extra advantage is that it rarely ever clogs so you won’t need a plunger.
Furthermore, it is for a good cause as a great number of people lack access to clean water and installing the dual flush toilet will save water and lessen the burden on Mother Earth.
My name is Johnny Chuang and as you can imagine I have a Chinese family background. This has introduced me to different types of Asian cuisine, not just Chinise and throught this blog I want to share the delicious recipes I’ve picked up along the way.