Vegetable Juicer Recipes

By Steven Warren

If eating vegetables isn’t something that you get excited about, juicing them and drinking the juice obtained may be just the thing for you. In order to get these tasty drinks, you need a couple of beneficial Vegetable Juicer Recipes to get you started. Once you find a couple you enjoy or that you create yourself, you’ll be wanting to venture out and juice vegetables that you wouldn’t normally try eating with a fork and knife.

About Vegetable Juicer Recipes

These aren’t your typical recipes. These are short lists that note a minimum of 2 to 3 or more foods that you add to your juicer to create a delicious drink. There is no need to cook anything. There is some prep work involved but very minimal depending upon the what foods you will be juicing and the size of the chute the food must be placed into. With this in mind, you will need to clean the foods that will be juiced as part of the prep work and you may find a few recipes that require measuring.

One of the best thing about juicing, I think, is that you can juice together foods that you may not normally eat at the same time. The flavor combination seems so odd, but yet when juiced they create a flavor that will entice just about anyone’s taste buds.

There are several things to keep in mind when juicing. First and foremost, always use caution when using any electrical appliance. Only operate the juicer on a sturdy table or countertop. If your juicer came with a plunger, use it instead of your fingers. Another tip is to add more solid foods right after leafy or soft foods; the firmer foods will help finish pushing the softer foods through the juicer.

Vegetable Juicer Recipes to Try

Carrots and Spinach

6 carrots (trimmed and cut if necessary) 1 cup fresh spinach

“Vitamin ‘C’arrot”

1 pound carrots (peeled reduces an “earthy” taste) 1/2 lemon (deseeded and peeled) several green leafs (such as carrot greens, red lettuce or spinach) 1 apple (cored)

Beets and Carrots

1/2 beet 6 carrots (cut into smaller pieces of necessary) beet greens optional

Asparagus with a Sweet Twist

4 stalks of fresh asparagus 1/2 cup spinach leaves 2 oranges (deseeded and peeled) 3 fresh kale leaves

The recipes above are just a random sample of the Vegetable Juicer Recipes you may find on your quest for quality recipes. It is important to note that when juicing, use a minimal amount of fruit. Many fruits taste better in their natural form and also have a high sugar content which is not what you want your juice to have.

To obtain the freshest and healthiest juices, use only organic produce if possible. Check out your local health food store or your farmers market if one is close by. Don’t forget to wash your produce before juicing and if you are concerned about the affects of juicing on your body, please consult with your doctor first. Vegetable Juicer Recipes are created out of necessity for a longer and healthier life.

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