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Q. Celery and other fibrous produce tends to clog the pulp chute. How do I prevent that?

We actually find that cutting the celery into smaller pieces (2-3 inches) and then alternating it with other produce yields the best results. The more dense fiber from the other produce helps to nudge the stringy fibers out of the pulp exit and can help minimize clogging.

You might also notice that sometimes pulp will only exit from one side- don't be alarmed, this is completely normal and part of the design.

Please see this video about pulp design.