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Juice Recipes


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Contents Juicing Tips.............................................................................4 Easy Green..............................................................................6 Simply Sweet...........................................................................7 Cool Celery Refresher............................................................8 Grapefruit Kicker....................................................................9 Tiger Blood............................................................................10 Island Zinger..........................................................................11 Immunity Boost.....................................................................12 Calcium Enhancer...............................................................13 Beet Treat..............................................................................14 Licorice Sip...........................................................................15 Green Lemonade................................................................16 Mint Berry Punch!.................................................................17 Violet Boost...........................................................................18 Cran Citrus.............................................................................19 Fresh Bloody Mary................................................................20 Uses for Pulp..........................................................................22 3


Juicing Tips • It can sometimes be difficult for the juicer to juice fresh herbs because of their size and shape. To remedy this, you can either squeeze the herbs into a ball or wrap the herbs in one of the other juice ingredients, such as a leaf of lettuce. • Dry herbs and spices can also have trouble going through the juicer. Be sure to throw them in at the same time as other ingredients. The juices from other fruits and vegetables will absorb the flavor in the dry herbs and spices as they’re crushed by the auger. You may also add them directly to your finished juice rather than sending them through the juicer. 4


• The seeds of peppers are the hottest part of the fruit. Remove seeds from peppers before you juice. If when your juice is finished you feel like it needs an extra kick, you can always juice the seeds at the end. • Carrots are very dense and can get stuck in the auger. Be sure to cut them into thin sticks before juicing. • Hard pits need to be removed from fruits such as cherries and peaches before juicing. • Peels may be left on fruits and vegetables when juicing. For better or worse, peels will affect the taste of your juice. Citrus fruit rinds can have the most noticeable flavor, and in the recipes are recommendations on whether to juice some citrus fruits with or without the rinds. But it’s really just a matter of taste, so feel free to experiment. 5


Easy Green 3 apples 4 large celery stalks Ÿ thumb fresh ginger ½ lemon (rind on) 1 orange (peeled) 5 cups fresh spinach

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Simply Sweet 2 green apples 2 large stalks celery

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Cool Celery Refresher 2 celery stalks 1 handful cilantro 1 cucumber 1 tomato

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Grapefruit Kicker 1 large sweet red apple 1 grapefruit 2 peaches

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Tiger Blood 4 red cabbage leaves ½ lemon (rind on) 2 pears

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Island Zinger 2 apples 4 kiwis Âź lemon (rind on) Âź lime (rind on) 2 oranges (peeled) 1 pineapple

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Immunity Boost 1 apple 3 carrots 2 cloves garlic 1 thumb ginger 1 handful parsley

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Calcium Enhancer 1 apple 3 carrots 1 handful cilantro 1 cup collard greens, chopped 4 kale leaves 1 sweet red pepper

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Beet Treat 1 beet 3 carrots ½ sweet potato

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Licorice Sip 2 apples ½ fennel bulb 1 thumb ginger 30 peppermint leaves

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Green Lemonade 2 apples 1 cucumber 4 kale leaves 1 lemon 2 cups spinach

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Mint Berry Punch! 2 cups blueberries 2 kiwis 50 peppermint leaves 16 strawberries

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Violet Boost 1 apple 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar Ÿ head red cabbage 3 large celery stalks 1 thumb ginger 15 white grapes ½ lemon (rind on)

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Cran Citrus 3 cups cranberries 2 thumbs ginger 2 small grapefruits (peeled) 2 limes (rind on) 3 oranges

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Fresh Bloody Mary 3 large tomatoes 10 parsley leaves 1 small shallot ½ lemon or lime (rind on) red chili pepper, seeds removed 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce 1 pinch salt 1 pinch black pepper 2 oz vodka, chilled (optional) Garnish with 1 small celery stalk

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Uses for Pulp When you’re finished juicing, don’t throw all that pulp away! There are many fun and nutritious things to do with pulp. Just keep in mind that whatever solids you put in the juicer come out as pulp. So if you don’t remove pineapple rinds or fruit stems before juicing, this will end up in your pulp and it won’t be quite so tasty. If you plan on using your pulp, remove thick peels, large stems, or anything else you don’t want in your pulp.

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Veggie Dip

Mix veggie pulp to taste with 1 block cream cheese, 1 cup sour cream, and 1/4 cup milk for a delicious dip. Serve it with chips, pretzels, bread, or a vegetable tray. Juice recipes that yield great pulp for Veggie Dip are Cool Celery Refresher and Fresh Bloody Mary.

Fruit Dip

Mix fruit pulp with 1 block cream cheese and 1 cup heavy whipping cream. If desired, sweeten with honey or agave nectar to taste. Serve with sliced fruit or pastry bread. Juice recipes that yield great pulp for Fruit Dip are Grapefruit Kicker and Island Zinger.

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Peanut and Almond Butter

If you run shelled peanuts through the juicer, you’ll get peanut oil from the juice extractor and dry peanut pulp from the pulp ejector. Mix them back together, and you have 100% natural peanut butter. The same can be done with almonds. If you’re watching your fat intake, this procedure allows you to control the amount of oil you add into the nut pulp so it can be just as creamy as it needs to be. Any leftover oil can be used for cooking.

Sandwich Spread

Mix vegetable pulp with cream cheese to make a delicious sandwich spread. You can enhance the flavor even more by adding herbs and spices.

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Fruit Leather

Sweet fruit pulp is best for fruit leather. However, if you feel like it needs to be a little sweeter, add honey or agave nectar to taste. Thinly spread the mixture on a cookie sheet. If you have trouble spreading, mix a small amount of juice or water to the mixture. You may want to lay wax paper over the cookie sheet so that it’s easier to peel off the Fruit Leather once it is finished. Dry out in a dehydrator, in the sun, or overnight in an oven set on low. Leave the oven door open so moisture can escape.

Veggie Biscuits

Bake pulp from tomatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, peppers and more into your favorite biscuit dough. 25


Fruity Pancakes

Pancakes are even more fun with fruit. Simply mix fruit pulp into pancake batter for exciting, fruity flapjacks.

Carrot Pulp Is Versatile

Carrot pulp has a mild, versatile flavor and can be added to a lot of different recipes to make them more nutritious. Cook it into pasta sauce, meatballs, and burgers. Bake it into bread and cakes. Mix it into dips, salads, and mac & cheese. And once you’re experienced with adding carrot pulp, feel free to experiment with other veggie pulp.

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