How to Make Nut Butter & Frozen Fruit Sorbet in the Omega VSJ843 Juicer

How to Make Nut Butter & Frozen Fruit Sorbet in the Omega VSJ843 Juicer

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Alright! This is John Kohler with discountjuicers.com! Today we have another exciting episode for
you. And in this episode what we’re going to
do is we’re going to go ahead and take the Omega VSJ843 Juicer and we’re going to find
out once and for all if it will make frozen fruit sorbets and nut butters. Let me go ahead and give you guys a little
bit of a back story on this, you know. Many juicers that are able to make frozen
fruit sorbets and nut butters come with a blank cone or blank plate or even a whole
separate mincing and homogenizing attachment with the machine. And the Omega VSJ is not set up to do that. It does not come with a blank screen or a
blank cone or have any other attachments like that. But yet on the Omega website it says this
machine will make frozen fruit sorbets. And, you know, a customer made me aware of
this. I contacted Omega, my rep there, and he replied
back oh it’s an error on the website, we’re going to get it removed, you know. Six months later, I get another customer,
John, the, does the VSJ make frozen fruit sorbets? It says it on the Omega website. Contacted them again, this time I escalated
it up to the Vice President of Omega. I said, hey does it make sorbets. He responded back, yes that’s an improved
use of the Omega VSJ. So if your Omega VSJ should break when making
a frozen fruit sorbet, they will cover it under warranty because they advertised it
as such. I then asked them about nut butters, and if
it should do sorbets it should also do the nut butters? And they said well John why don’t you test
it out? So that’s why I’m doing this video to
let you guys know what this machine does. Now just like the previous version of the
Omega vertical juicer, the Omega VRT350 model I did test that making Brazil nut butter and
frozen fruit sorbets with the standard juicing screen installed and it worked fine. So I think no different for this one. Now the main difference between the VSJ and
the VRT model is that the motor on the VRT was a bit more powerful. The VSJ does tend to get stuck, stuck up. I don’t want any things that are stuck up,
girls or juicers, on carrots. So if you put a fat diameter of carrot in
there, it basically stops the motor, You have to hit, actually hit the Stop and the Reverse
and, and get it going all right so that it will continue to juice. Now this is not really a problem, it’s more
of a minor inconvenience. And I juice carrots in this all the time. You just got to pay attention to, you know,
feed in the carrots properly and not put too big of a diameter. So that is where I think this may be challenging
when processing nuts or frozen fruits in the VSJ. But we’re going to go ahead and find out
in this video. So the first thing I want to say if you are
going to be making the frozen fruit sorbets or the nut butters with the VSJ, you need
to set it up properly. This machine is not designed for doing this. But Omega says it will do this and they will
cover any warranty claims if you’re doing this per my instructions in this video, alright. So very important. So number one, right now the juicer is set
up for juicing. The only difference, the only thing you’re
going to have to change when you’re going to set it up to process frozen fruit is this
little bottom thing. There’s that little flap there, you guys
could see it’s plugged in. That’s for juicing. If you’re going to be processing frozen
fruit, we do not want this in there. You need to actually pull it out. So you’re just going to kind of have it
loose there hanging, it’s going to have to be out of the way to fit in so the motor
could still fit, the motor shaft could still fit up in there. And no problem. So now we’re set up to make the nut butters
and frozen fruit sorbet. Let’s see, mostly the mixture should be
coming out of this side. So we’re going to go ahead and put a little
bowl there on that side. And this side we shouldn’t pretty much get
anything. Today what I’ll be processing are some dry
roasted peanuts. And if you are making nut butters, always
the roasted nuts will do better and perform better than the raw nuts. The reason for this is because these are roasted
in oil, it will have a oil content. Plus when you roast things some of the oil
comes out and what not. So it tends to congeal and stick together
better. If you’re doing something like raw nuts,
they have a very low oil content. So in many cases what you’re going to get
is actually a nut flour, and then you’ll have to add actually in some oil to it to
get it to stick together. Some nuts have high oil content, such as macadamia
nuts, which then they tend to just stick together, you know, better as well. The other thing you can do is once the mixture
comes out the first time, you want to go ahead and feed it back through a second, third,
fourth, fifth, sixth time even, to get it to break down and extract some of those oils
and get it to stick together even better if it’s not the desired consistency you want. So I guess first we’re going to go ahead
and try to do, make nut butters out of these raw Spanish peanuts. Let’s go ahead and open this guy up. And let’s go ahead and turn this machine
on. And let’s see what happens for these babies
in there. Now it’s very important when feeding any
nuts or even frozen fruit not to feed things too quickly. If you’re doing frozen fruit, as I’ll
show you guys in a little bit, you want to break off little pieces. You don’t want to put like big large chunks. And you may even want to let the frozen fruit
thaw out a little bit after you take it out of the freezer so it’s not like rock hard. On the nuts, you know, we’re just going
to go ahead and drop a few nuts in at a time. I’m not dropping this whole thing in at
once. I’m just dropping a few in. If I took this whole thing and dumped it in
there, that would not be good, you would over stress the machine. As you guys could see, just dropping a few
in at a time. Oh, and look at that, I fed it too fast and
now the machine is stuck. So we’re going to have to hit reverse, hit
forward. Alright, this is where the challenges arise
because the VSJ doesn’t quite have that torque to pulverize these nuts up. Kind of working, kind of not working. We’ve kind of getting mostly like peanut
powder. Oh I see the, I see the, I see the butter
coming out of the bottom here. You guys can see that. But that’s impressive. That’s the stuff I really want to eat. Alright! So yeah, you learn to feed very slowly like
a few nuts in at a time. I did dump a few extra ones in and it didn’t
work. And then it paused up. Ooh yeah that might have been too much. Alright, yeah just a couple at a time. You got to really take your time. I mean, once again this machine is designed
to juice. It does the best job at juicing. This is the best vertical auger juicer in
terms of creating the highest yield and having the easiest cleaning time. And this is the one I choose to use. That being said, you know, I have other machines
that are better at this at making nut butters. But if you’re only buying one machine, this
would do it. But you really, really have to slow down and
take your time okay. Alright, so I think I’m done feeding in
the raw peanuts through there. Let’s go ahead and check the results to
see what we’ve got. Basically over on this side as it’s coming
out, let’s go ahead and sweep this stuff down, turn that baby off, show you what we
got here. We got a peanut powder. So it’s not really stuck together. It’s just basically ground it up fairly
finely actually. There’s no big chunks. The next thing you guys could do and we’ll
see how this works, is you could actually take that peanut powder you created, run it
back through the machine and we’ll see what happens. Once again, don’t, don’t put it all in
at once. Just put it in a little bit at a time. The machine is now in there and it’s basically
grinding up the peanut powder, congealing it even closer together. And, you know, this machine due to the way
it grinds up, it grinds up produce really well to extract a higher yield. I’m sure it grinds up the nuts quite well
also. So as you guys could see it’s coming out
over on that side. Let me go ahead and put the rest. Now once we have the peanuts ground up initially,
it seems to accept it a lot easier and it’s not really getting too backed up. I do hear it straining a little bit. But that’s alright. Alright, pour the rest of that stuff in there. I don’t know if you guys could see that,
you know, it’s kind of small but I’ll hold that up for you guys so you guys could
see that. Basically it’s coming out, this second time
it’s through, it’s kind of getting more congealed and stuck together. Let’s go ahead and show you guys. So this time through it’s not like that,
that powder there. We got a lot of bigger, you know, chunks that
are starting to stick together. And it is warm, you know. So this is heating it up, heating it up a
little bit. Let’s go ahead and run it through a third
time. Or a second, yeah a third time to see what
happens. Once again, take your time feeding it in there. Alright! Now it’s really starting to stick together,
you know, I’m getting kind of bored of like feeding the nuts through. You could continue to do this. But what I want to do next actually take this
machine apart and show you guys the real raw peanut butter the Omega VSJ843 has created. And I’m confident if I kept feeding these
in a number of times, I’ll even get more of this delicious peanut butter that I’m
going to share with you guys next. Alright! So let’s see here. So all this pulp is getting kind of stuck
together. But this is the butter I want. The VSJ is really extracting the oil out of
those peanuts. We’re going to take this apart here. So there’s still some peanut particles in
the auger area. So we’re just going to go ahead and pull
this out carefully for you guys. But look at that! So what happens is when the juicer literally
juices the peanuts, it crushes them all the pulp comes out this side but out of the screens
what you’re getting is this. I don’t know if you guys could see that
stuck on here. Now this is a bit warm on the bottom here. This is like smooth, raw peanut butter. Mmmm! That is delicious. So you’re not getting a lot of this because
it’s literally the juice is getting squeezed through the holes of the juicer, when the
particles and the oil are binding up and start to come out, which really started to happen
after the second time through. Oh man, I’m dropping my peanut butter. This is some good stuff. Now, oh, what’s going to happen though too,
you’re going to see on the base of the unit, and that’s because this machine is not designed
to do this function, it’s going to pop out some of the extra pulp. Because you removed the little flap from the
bin here. The best way to do this if you really want
to do this would be to buy another flap and cut the front of the flap off so that actually
you could plug that hole but still leave it free flowing. I’m concerned that if you keep this flap
in when doing this function, it’s going to create extra back pressure on the machine
and it may cause premature failure of the machine. So for that reason I do not recommend you
doing that. Alright. But look at the bottom of this here. In here we could take my finger, look at this! This is a nice and oily and rich. This is like a really smooth raw spanish peanut
butter. Mmmm! That’s spreadable on anything you want. Mmmm. I think my, my tongue is sticking in my roof
of my mouth. This stuff is so delicious. Raw peanut butter made with the Omega VSJ. Alright! So now that you guys saw how the VSJ makes
the raw peanut butter, let’s go ahead and go for the roasted kind. Once again, you know, to get the butter I
actually had to kind of peel it out of the inside and if I probably put this through
another ten times, maybe it would all end up on the inside. You always will have some residual peanuts
inside the machine that didn’t get ground up, and this is the nature of the VSJ. In addition, underneath the auger you will
also get some nice peanut butter. So be sure to, you know, clean it up carefully
to get all that delicious peanut butter you’re creating. Now I do want to give you guys a disclaimer. Like, while this machine will do this task,
you know, I find there’s other machines that will do this task better. So for example, I like to use the Food processor
to make my nut butters or even something like NutriBullet, you know. A lot better than this. Although this will do it at a much slower
speed, which I like in some respects. But, you know, once again you want to get
a proper juicer to do the nut butters like the Omega NC800. I would use that because I have that sitting
here before I use this. But if you only have one juicer, you want
to do this, it will do it. It’s just going to take some time and patience. Alright! So let’s go ahead and go for the roasted
peanuts next. Let’s go ahead and put a new bowl underneath
there. Turn this baby on. Get out my roasted peanuts. And let’s see how this works. Once again, take your time when feeding whole
nuts through. Alright! I don’t know if you guys could see that,
can you guys see it coming out? The roasted peanuts are already coming out
congealed and stuck together. And it looks like they’re doing the roasted
peanuts which are mostly halves much easier than the whole raw spanish peanuts. Yeah, I’m feeding quite a bit in. It’s doing alright. But once again, do not overload the VSJ when
doing either of these two processed seeds that I’m showing you guys today. Alright! That’s all my roasted peanuts for today. Let’s see what we got. Alright! Turn this baby off. Look at that! This is almost a peanut butter. It came out nice, congealed, stuck together. If we just smush this stuff down, we could
have one whole mass of peanut butter. You know, you may want to feed this through
a second time, third time and kind of get it to stick together better. Actually let’s go ahead and do that and
see what’s going to happen. Once again, feed a little bit at a time. This is already really sticking together quite
well. That’s because of the roasting and the additional
oil. I suppose if you’re doing the raw peanuts
you could actually pour down the spout some oil with the peanuts to get it to work a little
bit better actually. Oh yeah, this time coming through the second
time, really working a lot better. Alright! So here’s what we got the second time through. And once again you could continue to put it
through. Nice and stuck together. Oh man, check this out, inside, inside the
machine. Let’s go ahead and check out what we got. Alright, taking the machine apart. Underneath the auger we definitely have some
nice peanut butter. This is like really smooth and creamy right
there. Smells delicious. Let’s go ahead and put that in the bowl. And then, once again, when you’re cleaning
this machine up, all inside the screen and all in this area really nice smooth peanut
butter. Look at that! A little bit warm. But the creme de la creme stuff, it’s right
here. And actually we didn’t get a lot of leakage
on the bottom. I think this peanut butter was so gummy it
actually just blocked up the hole. Didn’t let it come out. But yeah, look at this. Let me go ahead and, oh man, this is like
the creamiest peanut butter that you could ever make. Look at that! Look at that consistency, wow! This stuff smells amazing. And it’s really good. Alright! So you guys could see, we’re definitely
much more successful with the roasted peanuts than the raw peanuts. The Omega VSJ based on my testing will do
nuts. And once again what’s the caveats? Number one, remove that little plug on the
bottom. Number two, feed them very slowly like one
or two nuts at a time, only until they’re processed and then continue to feed more. And for best results, you know, re-feed the,
the mixture after it comes out, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth time. And then the stuff you really want to harvest
is the stuff that comes out the screen. This is the creme de la creme right here. So we were fairly successful making the roasted
peanut butter. And the raw one, it kind of of worked. But, you know, that’s kind of like how it
is on many juicers. The next thing I want to do is actually even
a harder task than actually processing the nuts. Because the nuts are so small. Although they may be kind of hard, they’re
much softer than straight up frozen fruits. So we got two frozen fruits here today. We got frozen bananas, which has still got
some ice on them. We got some nice frozen strawberries. These are all frozen fruits that I froze myself. So I bought ripe bananas and froze them. Bought super ripe strawberries, before they
were going bad, we froze them. So they’re really ripe and going to be really
sweet. Now I always encourage you guys to freeze
your own fruits. They’re going to be fresher and better quality
than even, you know farmer’s market fruits that you buy and you freeze, specially when
you buy them in bulk you can get deals on them. But you could also buy frozen fruits at, you
know, your local health food store, your local grocery store. But I would actually recommend shopping at
your local warehouse club stores. So things like Sam’s Club, or Costco, I
like Costco myself. They have a lot of frozen fruit and it’s
some of the best prices. Now if you don’t have a warehouse club store
membership, then the next best I would recommend is actually go to Trader Joe’s. They have some really good prices on frozen
fruits, both organic and non-organic. You know, that beats the competition like
standard health food stores like whole foods and sprouts. So I guess without further ado, we’re going
to go ahead and process these frozen fruits. Now I do need to let you guys know a few things. So Omega says that the VSJ will do this, and
this is an authorized use. That being said, you need to follow some certain
procedures to make sure you do it properly. Because if you don’t do it properly, you
know, it’s not going to work and you may actually end up damaging your machine. So the first step is underneath the machine
has that little flap, much like we pulled it out for making the nut butter, we’re
going to go ahead and make sure we pull this out once again for the frozen fruit sorbet. The job of this is to actually keep the pulp
in the machine and not let it come out. But we want it whatever the machine crushes
up, we want it to come out right out the spout and not stay inside. If it stays inside that’s going to put extra
wear and tear and more pressure on the machine with the, with the, you know, item that’s
not, this machine is not necessarily designed to do but will do it. And as I said earlier, you know, if you’re
going to do this task a lot, you know, I would recommend getting a, an additional one of
these little cap things or these little silicon plugs, and just take it and take a knife or
a scissors and cut off the whole front part. So when you stick that in it just plugs the
back part up only, so everything could kind of flow out easily. This is not optimal but this is how we need
to do it to make it work. We’re going to go ahead a set that on. We could go ahead and I plugged the spout
cap because most of the stuff’s going to come out this side anyways. The next thing is, on your frozen fruits,
so once you take out the frozen fruit out of the freezer, you’re going to want to
let it, you know, hang out for maybe a couple five ten minutes. I haven’t done that today because I want
to show you guys what happens when you’re using super hard fruit. And it may not be pretty. But I just like to tell it like it is. That’s just what I do and I’m impatient
so I’m not going to wait another five to ten minutes to do that. So without further ado, let’s go ahead and
get started. Let’s go ahead and turn this machine on. Most important thing when you’re feeding
frozen fruit in the machine, don’t take like one whole long banana and just shove
it in there, right. Bad idea. You want to, you know, take a knife, cut it
up or just break it off with your hand into small little chunks, and drop it in there. The machine will easily process that, grind
it all up and actually already I can see the frozen banana sorbet coming out or frozen
banana ice-cream. Here’s a hard strawberry. Now these strawberries, much harder consistency
than the banana. This is probably one of the hardest things
you’ll do. Let’s see how it handles it. Puts it in there, definitely puts some strain
on it, but no problem. Banana strawberry ice-cream coming right out. Let’s go ahead and we’re going to alternate
our pieces, you know. I like to do bananas as the base and the add
in some berries like strawberries, blueberries. Instead of using banana, you could also use
something like the mango. You could definitely hear that the machine
is definitely working to do this process. But it’s working nonetheless. And we’re just going to go ahead and continue. Let’s see if we could break the machine,
Once again, the machine’s not designed to do this but it will do it. Looks like it’s going a great job so far. Okay and once again, dropping in pieces of
banana, how about a nice large strawberry right there, right in. I really like that you really don’t even
need to use the pusher to push the produce, the frozen produce into the machine. Oh, alright, so there what happened was it
stopped. It’s basically too much pressure on the
machine. If that happens, no big deal, hit the Reverse,
reverse it out and hit the Forward again, let it catch and let it kind of work a bit
more. And once it does stop like that, you want
to let it, you know, run for a little bit and don’t just push stuff in, you know,
right after it gets unstuck. Let’s see, let’s go ahead and put another
strawberry in there. Let that get ground up. You can kind of hear it work like, like the
creaking noise that’s just like really grinding up. Once you hear it stop creaking then and only
then drop in your next piece of fruit. Okay we’re hearing the creaking sound. I think it ground it up. Let’s go ahead and put in this. Oh this strawberry is a little bit too big
to fit in the feed chute. If it’s too big to fit in the feed chute
you should definitely cut it up into smaller pieces. Alright, another strawberry too big to fit
in the feed chute. Alright. Another strawberry and another piece of banana
going right in the Omega VSJ843. I think what I’m going to do is I’m going
to go ahead and do this real quick, let you guys watch, see how it works. And we’ll come back at you when I’m done. Alright! Last banana going right through. We even got those bigger strawberries to go
through. Check out this last little thing we’ve got
going on, man. Looks like one of those ladies that you see
on That’s Incredible, her long finger nails curling around, it’s just one solid piece. I really haven’t seen that on any other
machine. Now you know, I wouldn’t necessarily recommend
buying the Omega VSJ843 if your number one primary goal is to make frozen banana sorbet. It’s not really super designed for it. Actually the Omega product that actually does
the sorbets the best, if you’re looking for an Omega product that does the sorbets,
it’s the Omega TWN30S. I have a video of that doing sorbets in it,
works amazingly. It is designed for doing that and it actually
comes with a special blank cone to do that job. The other machine that will also do this job
that comes with a specific part to do this as well is the Omega NC800 or NC900 or any
of the machines in the Omega 8000 series family, which includes the 8003, 8004, 8005, 8006,
8007, and 8008. But yeah, this machine does it actually. Didn’t clog up too much. Let me go ahead and show you guys what we
got here. This is actually pretty nice hard packed. I really like the TWN because it kind of fluffs
it up a little bit. Let’s go ahead and try some of this. I mean, this stuff right here, look at that! It’s kind of like ice cream. Let’s go ahead and turn this off here. Mmmm! Cold, broken up really well. I do need to say that in my opinion the VSJ
makes a much finer texture than the vertical slow juicers, the Slowstar that I have tested
doing this with. That actually does have a dedicated part. That being said, the Slowstar, it doesn’t
jam up, it doesn’t stop up. It basically just anything you put through
there it just grinds up and it just keeps going. So that’s definitely less of a hassle. But this is I like the texture on this a little
bit more, much more finely ground. Now if you thought this stuff was good, even
better inside the machine. Much like when we made the peanut butter,
we got the, the higher oil content stuff out here. Let’s see here. In here, we also got the, the part of the
frozen fruit that got squeezed through the screen. So that’s even a more finer consistency. Now it was a little bit difficult to take
this apart. So if you’re having a problem doing that,
I would recommend hitting the reverse button a little bit. And, and then it should come apart easier. Oh the reason why it was hard to take apart
was because there was a banana that didn’t get processed. Let’s go ahead and see if we could get that
processed, or maybe we won’t. Anyways, we could go ahead and take this apart. And show you guys this. So in the auger, looks pretty clean, underneath
the auger there may be some residual you know frozen fruit in there, there was definitely
some peanut butter residue when I did the nuts in here. Not a lot in there this time. Next we got, whoa this part’s pretty stuck. Alright this is what I’m really waiting
for, look at this. This is the best frozen yoghurt you’ve ever
had right here. This got squeezed through the screen holes. So it’s a much finer texture and actually
mixed much better than the stuff that came out of the spout. Mmmm! Man, this is better than that stuff that used
to come of McDonalds, out of the frozen soft serve machines that I used to eat when I was
a kid. This stuff, not so good, but man this stuff
mmm! It’s like a little bit aerated, a little
bit soft, like really really nice and smooth texture. Mmm! I love it a lot. Wish you guys were here. Oh and look at this on the back of this side. I got a lot of this stuff. Mmmm. Got to get the VSJ just to do this. Now I want to encourage you guys, you know,
to eat more fruits and vegetables. And the Omega VSJ843 Juicer allows you to
do that. It allows you to juice your vegetables, you
know. Make your green juices with carrots and celery
and leafy greens. It also allows you to juice fruits. It’s one of the best juicers that I have
tested to date for juicing many different varieties of fruits. Now if you are going to juice fruits, you
know, make sure you get nice hard, firm fruits, they’re going to work best. Don’t get soft, measly, old fruits, they
don’t tend to juice as well. And besides just the juicing, you could now
process your frozen fruits. So you could eat frozen fruit sorbets, 100%
fruit! And get away from those processed, you know,
ice cream products that have all kinds of different, you know, milk and cream that are
very high in calories, low in nutrition. And eat more fresh fruits. Lot of those ice creams also have, you know,
additional sweeteners that are may not so be so healthy for you. And the fresh fruit is just sweetened by nature’s
goodness. The fresh sweeteners as well high anti oxidant
levels, specially in things like the berries. That’s why I like the juicers. They’re my number one favorite appliance
in the kitchen. Alright! So this is going to be normal. On the bottom of the machine, let me take
this out because we did leave that flap off, you do, you will see some residual ice-cream
or sorbet collected. You do want to remove this as soon as you’re
done. Because you don’t want this to melt in. It’s definitely still good to eat. I would recommend Omega if they, if they do
want to continue selling this machine and have it authorized that it does make sorbets,
to come out with a silicon flap here that is cut off so that you could use it so that
it does not leak onto the top of the machine. Because that may over time if it’s not sealed
properly cause premature failure. Now look, check out in there, look at that! This is like licking the bowl when you’re
making a cake batter, like taking the spoon and just, look at that man. Oh my god, totally solid. Now you know, a lot of people might say, John,
I don’t need the juicer to make frozen fruit sorbets, man, I got the Vitamix. So here’s the thing. This machine to make the frozen fruit sorbets
runs at 43 rpms or revolutions per minutes. The Vitamix, I mean, runs in excess of 10,000
rpms. When you run the Vitamix to make frozen fruit
or icecream like that, the blades are really hitting it and it breaks it up, it aerates
it more, which means if it’s bananas it’s going to turn brown faster, it’s going to
melt faster, and you’re not going to get the same really thick consistency that you’re
going to get with the Omega 843, you know. You could a similar thing or like place it
in the food processor with the S plate. But one of the things I’ve learned over
the last, you know, few years is that we want to have the blade contact time or the auger
contact time the least amount of time to process the food. This basically minimizes the nutrient loss
to the food, you know, in terms of the most beneficial nutrients, the phytochemicals and
the phytonutrients. Also this makes a much different consistency
than the Vitamix or a food processor would. And that’s why I like it so much. Specially the one that came through the screen
here. Mmm! Now all I need is an ice-cream cone and put
this in there. Super good. So yeah, I think I got to eat all this stuff
before it melts. And then I got to clean up the juicer before
we get sticky banana and strawberry everywhere. Now this was definitely a success making both
the nut butters and the frozen fruit sorbets in the VSJ843. The VSJ843 was not designed to do this task
but Omega does authorize this use, provided you do it properly. Don’t just jam all the nuts in there at
once, don’t put huge pieces of bananas in there and definitely let your produce thaw,
and take your time when using the Omega VSJ843 when making nut butters or frozen fruits,
right. I want you to be careful so that you do not
damage your juicer when doing one of these tasks. And I’m confident that if you follow the
instructions in my video today you’ll be able to do this just like I did successfully
and be able to expand the amount of fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds you can process
in the Omega VSJ843 Juicer. If you guys enjoyed this episode, I would
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20 thoughts on “How to Make Nut Butter & Frozen Fruit Sorbet in the Omega VSJ843 Juicer

  • Heyit'sHannah Post author

    Thanks for to the video!

  • Heyit'sHannah Post author

    I've been waiting for this 😊

  • bbl rip Post author

    If you only get one juicer, get the slowstar, it does everything =)

    It has a separate attachment for mince, sorbets and nut butter.

    The only thing its not too brilliant at, is salad leaves, but even then if you rip them in pieces no longer than 2 or 3 inches and leave the stalks with it, it still does a good job. Or maybe combine leaves with something a little more solid like celery stalks or thinly sliced carrots, …

    Love your programmes, – watched loads of juicer comparisons before I bought one and you definitely have the best vids on the subject!!!

    You should mention your other channel, cause I didn't even know till a couple of weeks ago that you do one about gardening as well.

  • Moe Fanta Post author

    I don't usually comment but dam bro you got that tan loll we all enjoy your vids

  • RawFoodRock Post author

    RAW PEANUTS HAVE A LOTS OF TOXIC BACTERIA, DO NOT EAT THEM

  • Random Acts of Video Post author

    John, which is better for the nut butters, the single auger juicers or a high speed blender?

  • Kevfactor Post author

    Got me a VSJ on the way. 🙂

  • xenagirl29 Post author

    I bought this machine and I love it – I love your videos –

  • coolcattune Post author

    hi john does this juicer beat the champion juicer for frozen fruit sorbets or is the champion juicer still king and what about taste compared to the champion juicer? -looks very yummy too

  • Gregory Jones Post author

    Do you have a video of the 8000 series like this?

  • madjennsy Post author

    This is a great idea! Thank you so much for showing us the right way to make nut butter and frozen fruit sorbet in this machine. I really really love it! 🙂

  • CAF91060 Post author

    I prefer to make my soft serve in my food processor. The texture is perfect and it is not unhealthy. It's my special treat every evening during our hot and steamy weather in Florida. I do use my Omega VSJ843 everyday for my juices.

  • Paelorian Post author

    So if I only want the good creamy stuff like the part that went through the screen (not 80% inferior stuff) is there a way to do that with this machine (more cycles through the juicer, thawing, etc.) or is there another machine (juicer or other appliance) that delivers the optimal balance of best nutrition and best taste? Thanks for the video, John. It's important to me to buy my juicers from you because with these videos you've given me the education to know I'll be purchasing the right one for me.

  • GLFH Post author

    Please point me to the Kuvings Whole Fruit video for nut butter & fruit sorbet . . . if it yet exists. THANK YOU for your work.

  • Kbgreens Microgreens Post author

    I'm going to have to try this I do love my omega l

  • Richard Fantz Post author

    Tribest SlowStar destroys the VSJ843 in making nut butters, salsa, ice cream etc. and comes second only to the VSJ843 in terms of juice-yield. I highly recommend the Tribest Slowstar for vertical auger slow juicers. A quick tip: put the sorbet through the Slowstar a 2nd time and it'll come out in perfectly smooth consistency. You"ll be amazed.

  • escobedo34 Post author

    John, do you know anything about the RPM blender. A few years ago I saw on one of your videos where you viewed it at an event. Do you plan on carrying it. It seemed like an interesting blender. How about a video comparing it to other blenders? Love your videos.

  • Tony Olson Post author

    Hey John, hey John… When are you going to come out with your video on DC blenders that you promised?

  • Casper0878 Post author

    If we purchase this with the 15 year warranty from your website, and a new updated model comes out, can we return it? Perhaps do some kind of exchange if the new one has better features or a more powerful motor?

  • Fran Smith Post author

    John I love watching your videos. I even shared your discountjuicer website with people I meet. You are a knowledgeable person. Thank you.

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