Thursday, May 31, 2012
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Wendy Cheek's Papaya TwoFer Juice
Sunday, May 27, 2012
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Jicama TO GO JUICE
1 1/2 cups black grapes
1 1/2 red grapes
2 stalks celery
2 Large cucumbers
6 Large starwberries
2 Granny Smith Apples
1 cup of fresh blueberries ( if you can't find fresh you can use frozen they work fine in your juicer...believe me.)
6 oz of fresh Strawberries
Hints for juicing blueberries and other small berries: If you want to juice blueberries just add them with your jicama. Be very careful when you add them they will POP out everywhere. Add them slowly and with some of the jicama in your hand. Place the berries into the chute and quickly add the berries and plunger so that the berries don't POP out. You can do the same thing with frozen berries (in fact I find if they are frozen they juice better).
Friday, May 18, 2012
Shweet Tomato Juice
2 cups of red grapes
1 sweet green onion
5 stalks of celery ( you may add more if you like your tomato juice saltier)
2 large carrots (4 if they are smaller)
1 large hand of FRESH basil
1 large cucumber
10 -12 Roma Large Tomatoes
Juice all your items together. Make sure to juice the green onion and basil before the cucumber and tomatoes so that their liquids will clean out all the herbal goodness. Taste to see if you need to add any of the veggies or fruits to adjust for YOUR tastes.
Save your pulp in freezer safe bags or boxes for sauces. I'll have a post about that soon on here and also in the Living the Shweet Life Blog too.
This juice can be served cold or can be served luke warm as a soup. Never heat more than 118 degrees
Recipe was created in ~My Tree House Kitchen
Apple Cucumber Strawberry Juice
6 Medium Strawberries
2 Granny Smith Apples
1 Large Cucumber
Juice all together and serve. This make a very large glass. You can double this and even tripe this recipe. This recipe also makes wonderful Popsicle.
Just get some small paper solo cups and wooden Popsicle sticks. Fill the cups most of the way with the juice and place in the freezer on a flat surface. When the juice reaches a slushy stage place a Popsicle stick in the center and all each to freeze completely. Once frozen remove the outer paper and enjoy your Popsicle!
Make sure to save your pulp and store it in your freezer in a freezer safe storage bag or box I will be showing your ways to use your pulp to create sauces, make cakes and even use it in things like meat loafs (if you eat meat still).