Steam fruit juices extractor from WMF...
Steam fruit juices extractor from WMF for making at home fruit juice 100% natural in a simple and fast way. The extractor allows to obtain juices with every kind of fruit: apples, apricots, grapes, peaches, pears, plums, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, cherries, strawberries, as well as tomato, rhubarb, for boiling vegetables and make jams.
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Steam fruit juices extractor with diameter 26 cm for your homemade fruit juices.
The juice extractor, marked WMF, absolute guarantee of quality, is designed to extract the juice from all kinds of fruits and vegetables. It is made in Cromargan ®* and preserves the flavor, it is hygienic, scratch resistant and can be washed in the dishwasher. It is equipped with the universal primer TransTherm ® that can be used on all cooking surfaces: electric, ceramic, gas and induction. Its handles are ergonomic and high quality glass lid allows cooking safely.
The juice extractor of Orto sul Terrazzo offers the opportunity to enjoy juice without preservatives or chemical additives. Steaming keeps intact the taste, color, flavor, minerals and vitamins of the fruit or vegetable. The extractor does not occupy much space, since all its components are stackable. The various modules, of which it is composed, can also be used individually, for example the basket for fruit and the saucepan support with the lid.
* Stainless steel 18/10 enriched by mixing it with other materials to enhance its properties. The Cromargan ® is made of alloy with 18% chromium, 10% nickel and 72% steel. The chromium makes the material steel, nickel resistant to acids and gives gloss.
How to use:
The extractor consists of 5 pieces all with diameter 26 cm:
A) glass lid;
B) pan with holes for fruit and vegetables (inside height 16.5 cm);
C) intermediate pan for the collection of the juice (inside height 16.5 cm);
D) rubber hose for dispensing juice, with locking clamp;
E) pan for boiling (internal height 10.5 cm).
1) Wash the fruit or vegetables making sure to always use ripe and undamaged fruit . Then dry thoroughly. Apples, crab apples, plums and other fruits with small stone can be left whole, however if you cut you can place in the pan more fruits, resulting in a greater amount of juice. Using fruits such as cherries, currants, grapes, etc.. you don't need to remove petioles and stems. Herbs such as rhubarb should be diced but not peeled;
2) Place the fruit or vegetables into the pan with holes (B). Add sugar if you want a sweeter juice. Do not add sugar in the event that you wish to obtain jellies;
3) Fill the pan for boiling (E) with water (one liter). Bring to boil and place the intermediate pan (C) and the pan with holes (B) on the pan for boiling (A). Cover the pan with holes (B) with the cover (A);
4) Allow to steam over medium heat for about an hour or more when you use hard fruits without ever leaving the pan for boiling without water. Do not lift the lid of the pot, if not needed so as to prevent condensation of water deposited inside the cover from falling in the juice;
5) will have meanwhile sterilized bottles or cans of glass with associated caps. Containers must remain in boiling water until the time of dispensing;
6) Place the containers (cans or bottles) in an empty pan (to avoid burning) and tap into them the juice to about 2.5 cm from the top edge;
7) Immediately close the containers with screw caps and keep upright in a cool, dark place.
8) On average you can get about 0.75 to 1 liter of juice per kilogram of fruit or vegetables.
1 hour and a half /
1 hour and a half /
|Blueberries, blackberries, currants, blackberries, elderberries, gooseberries, raspberries, strawberries||60/80 minutes|
|Wild apples||1 hour and a half / two hours|
1 hour and a half /
|Rhubarb||1 hour and a half / 2 hours|
|Wild plums||60/90 minutes|
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