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We love juicing, cant we do it in style?
Juicing is not something you do on a whim. You hem, you haw and then, usually after some food or liquor binge, you commit to bettering your diet and once you make that step you’re not likely to go back because juicing is sort of awesome. What’s not awesome is how juicers look—even brand new they’re generally hideous and throw some dried kale on the side and a severed head would look better on your counter than that Omega does. So it was illuminating to stroll into West Elm and see a juicer that looks like it was designed by Eero Saarinen. It’s by Krups, it’s only $280 (But $200 on Amazon, btw) and claims to be quiet. I have no idea if that’s true but I know I’d put up with some sound racket to avoid the visual racket any day.
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