ProPaleo: I also would like to know about the food processor attachment for mincing
and chopping, omega isn't exactly clear on how this works prior to
purchasing. Does it come included or sold separate?
b: Thanks for posting this video. I am looking to order one of these and I was
wondering what came standard with your device? The ad talks about a "food
processor attachment" and a "homogenizer attachment." Are those included?
It does say that it comes with pasta nozzles for extruding pastas etc but
it's not quite so clear on the other attachments. Are those sold
Andy Cowan: @swanlinnet - Hi Vince, glad to hear you got it sorted out. It's always a
little bit confusing when I get a new juicer, but after a few goes, it
becomes second nature :) I'm sure you'll have loads of fun with your J8006.
Ineedmorelives: Did yours come with the pasta making plates?
Andy Cowan: That sounds terrible! Sounds like a dodgy batch if they broke in exactly
the same way. Mine has been super robust. I'll be testing out a new
masticating juicer (not from Omega) at the start of April 2013.
Denise Jones: I was looking at the J8006 but decided to go with the VRT350. It's a great
juicer and it's weird but a friend bought the J8006 a week after I ordered
theVRT350. Omega makes such great juicers!
Andy Cowan: @Ineedmorelives - I've never made pasta with my J8006. But it did come with
a bunch of different nozzles. You'd use the "blank" plate (which appears in
the video) and then pick whichever shaped nozzle you require (not shown in
Andy Cowan: Everything is included :) There are quite a few different attachemnts for
pasta. I don't actually use them though. I find the "blank" plate comes in
handy for making banana 'ice cream'. The 'homogenizer' attachment you
mention is the "blank" plate. It forces everything through the juicer and
comes out at the end.
swanlinnet: Thank you Andy . Your video have just saved my sanity !!!!!!! Have just
bought the Omega Juicer this afternoon. However upon unpacking all of the
components I had no way of knowing somebody had already assembled the auger
and 'other part' together. And so I have been trying for the last hour or
so to put the part provided for making puree into the already assembled
auger. : ) : ) : : ) Your video was a Godsend. Really. Thank you for your
help. Vince (Lancashire)
Cert: Building stuff is always in my family gene. My dad is a new york auto technician and taught me everything I need to know about cars. Now I sell car parts online to suppliment my income. So it does help when there's good guidance.