Juicing isnít for everyone though it can and should be. Part of using it does mean an inconvenience of taking it out and setting it up. I just leave mine out so it is easy to set it up when it is in plain view. Then of course you have to get all the veggies out, clean them, cut them into small pieces so theyíll fit into the opening to be juiced. Clean up is easy since you just rinse everything clean. At least mine is easy to put together, take apart, and clean.
Being that I have a large family to make meals for, my meals usually fall the way of whatever I make for the family so I donít have a chance to buy my veggies for making separately. Itís good that we donít eat fast food hardly or processed foods from the store. I use lots of veggies in my cooking and red meat or pork is very rare for me to buy. This was a decision I came to years ago about taking beef and pork out of our meals. I mostly use chicken, turkey, and fish.
If you do have the extra money to start juicing, then you should. It doesnít take much to make juice for yourself when you donít have others to buy food for, or maybe just you and your spouse. I watched this documentary about juicing and it motivated me to buy the juicer. Even if you donít juice every single day, itís still a good idea to do it when you can. If you havenít seen this movie about juicing called, ďFat, Sick, and Nearly DeadĒ you should watch it. I learned a lot from watching it. http://www.fatsickandnearlydead.com