Anybody out there juicing? (And i dont mean roids lol)

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    Anybody out there juicing? (And i dont mean roids lol)


    Just wondering if anyone uses a juicer for their diet and what recipes they have. My wifey just bought one and I'm looking for some ideas.

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    I like to juice all vegetables. Carrots are good, kale, beats, broccoli, sweet potatoes and cucumbers. I mix all of those up then down it.
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    Honestly just buy whatever is fresh when you shop and vary it up. As long as there is at least one fruit in the mix I enjoy it, berries are great and will mask any vegetables thrown in.

    If you wanted specific recipes, the nutribullet comes with a booklet with quite a few, my wife has tried almost all of them. I'm sure you could find it online
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcslick View Post
    I like to juice all vegetables. Carrots are good, kale, beats, broccoli, sweet potatoes and cucumbers. I mix all of those up then down it.
    I like to strain it if I use anything starchy like sweet potatoes. Green apples are also pretty great for allot of recipe's. If you're looking for a good hearty/savory juice I like a tomatoe base with 1 bell pepper, 1 cucumber, quarter of a small onion, 1 garlic clove, some greens of some sort, and cayenne pepper to taste.
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    So do just throw in whatever you want, add some water and blend it up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Type O Hero View Post
    So do just throw in whatever you want, add some water and blend it up?
    i don't add water, but you can if you prefer. there aren't many rules
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    i would much rather eat my food than juice it. fruit juices are delicious but remember to watch the calories.
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    I have tried a bunch of recipes. I juice fasted for 60 days and this is the one I preferred and still drink today.
    1 small lemon peeled.
    1 to 2 apples. (I prefer sweeter apples)
    1 handful of spinach.
    4 large Kale leaves.
    Half a cucumber.
    Couple carrots.
    1 cup of broccoli.
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