Great Juice Recipes for Juicers


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Great Juice Recipes for Juicers

  1. 1. Great Juice Recipes for Juicers"juice recipes for juicers”I have often heard of people starting out juicing by using their blender. I’m here to tellyou that this is a huge mistake. A blender and a juicer are two separate appliances andthey perform two different functions. A juicer’s purpose is to separate the liquid juicefrom the pulp. With a juicer, you can place your produce into it in manageable pieces --peels, stems, and all. The juicer extracts the juice and disposes of its pulp. A blender, onthe other hand, will not separate the pulp from the juice. Plus, a blender is not capable ofgiving you the kind of juice quality that you are looking for with juicing. If you were totoss stringy or hard vegetables like carrots, beets, or celery into a blender, the mixturewould come out gritty instead of being like juice.Now that you are fully committed to using a juicer rather than a blender, feel free tocreate your own delicious juice recipes. Many people do not know where to start whendoing this. They might be taking this task too seriously. The best part of creating yourown juice recipes is using your imagination. You already know the taste of the fruits andvegetables that you desire to juice. You just have to think about which ones will tastegood together. If you are looking to juice a vegetable that might not taste so good,consider mixing with it a fruit that has a strong taste. Lemons are great for this purpose.Some other fruits that you might want to try for this task are strawberries and citrus fruitssuch as oranges. You should also limit juice from green vegetables to 2 ounces per glass,or else you may experience some gastric discomfort.If you are a beginner at juicing, there are a few things that you need to know. First, avoidjuicing bananas and avocados. They are very soft and can clog your juicer. Leave thejuicing of those fruits to the pros for now. Another thing you should know is that mostfruits and vegetables can be juiced as a whole in manageable pieces, but you shouldremove the rind of citrus fruits like grapefruit, tangerines, and oranges. Keep as much ofthe white pith as you can with these fruits, because that’s where many of the nutrientscome from. Lemons and limes can be juiced whole with their peels.Allow yourself to be creative and don’t worry about making mistakes. Experiment withthe flavors you like. Start off using just two or three different fruits and vegetables.Once you get the hang of juicing, you can broaden your skills and add a little bit more toyour recipes. Juicing offers your body a huge amount of benefits. Vegetables areresponsible for healthy muscle, tissue, glands, and organs, but it is only through juicingthat you are able to consume one-hundred percent of their available nutrients. So, takefull advantage of juicing and the healthy options that it offers you.