Second, I made an amazing "cheese"cake that took practically no time at all. Here's the recipe:
(I'm not the best photographer, but you get the picture)
1 (8 oz) container of Tofutti
1 banana (or egg replacer for 2 eggs of some kind, but the banana gives it a nice flavor)
1/2 cup dry sweetner (I used raw sugar)
1 graham cracker crust ( bought mine but you could make your own with the recipe from How It All Vegan p.141)
1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs, 2-3 tbsp oil, 3 tbsp water, dash of salt
In medium bowl, mix together all ingredients. Press the mixture evenly onto the botomo fo a pie plate or cheesecake pan using your fingers or back of spoon
+Preheat oven to 350
+Mash banana either by hand or in food processor (I forgot and just put everything into the food processor and it turned out fine, it just took a little longer & I had a harder time fitting the Tofutti in)
+Add all ingredients (minus crust) into food processor (if your using the Magic Bullet use the tall cup & cross blade)
+Pour ingredients into crust
+Bake at 350degrees F for apx 25 minutes (until set)
+stick into the fridge for at least an hour (preferably 2 or 3) and serve!
I can imagine using 1/2 a lemon's worth of lemon juice would make this particular cheesecake absolutely amazing</center>
And on to my question which was the main reason why I made this post. Although the Magic Bullet is good for a lot of things, the juicer attachment is kind of crap. I want to start eating more raw and part of what would definately help is a good juicer. The Jack Lalanne Power Juicer looks good (no, I am not an infomercial junikie, the Magic Bullet was my first time) but I want to get some 2nd and 3rd opinions about what kind of juicers you guys use? What would you recommend? I found the JLPJ here for apx $100 which seems way better than what they offer on the original site. I really want a juicer that will give me the most juice for my fruits and veggies and last a long time.