If you love green juice but cringe at the price of store-bought, this homemade recipe + guide is for you. We’ve been juicing for years now, and in the process have perfected this tart-sweet green juice recipe.
Our go-to green juice is packed with easily-digestible nutrients and is ideal for using up leftover produce from the week. Rich in potassium, folate, vitamins K and C, and more, it’s the perfect drink when you’re seeking some potent nourishment.
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Plus, it’s ready in just 25 minutes with 7 ingredients and a juicer. But fear not if you don’t have a juicer, because you don’t even need one to make it. Let’s do this!
How to Make Green Juice
- Our Green Juice Formula – We like to use moisture-rich celery and cucumber as a base, then add super greens like parsley and kale for pungent green color. Apple (or orange) adds a touch of sweetness, while ginger and lemon add tart flavor and an immune-boosting kick!
- Wash, peel, and chop – Our Hurom instructions recommend chopping vegetables into pieces small enough to fit easily down the chute. They also recommend peeling all citrus fruits as they can be difficult for the machine to process, which inhibits them from being fully juiced.
- Juice! Turn your machine on and run all ingredients through the juicer, using your tamper as needed. We recommend starting with celery, then cucumber, then herbs, then greens, and finishing with ginger, apple, and lemons. The apples and lemons seem to make a final pass through the juicer and push out any stubborn remnants that may have gotten lodged or stuck.
- Before you get started, buy a high-quality juicer (see notes for recommendations) or use our Juice Without a Juicer Method. If buying a juicer, we recommend a slow masticating juicer (like this Hurom), which better preserves the nutrients.
- Be sure to buy organic produce whenever possible. If you cannot find organic produce, be sure to wash thoroughly and peel the skin when possible.
- Chop produce into small pieces that easily fit down your juicer chute. And don’t rush the juicing process by cramming too much produce down the chute at once, which can overwhelm the juicer and stress the motor / clog the machine.
- Enjoy juice fresh or within 24 hours for best flavor / nutrient content (store leftovers well-sealed in the refrigerator).
- Save the leftover pulp for use in things like crackers, breads, and cakes (results will vary depending on the type of pulp you have).
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We hope you LOVE this juice! It’s:RefreshingTart-sweetNutrient-richCustomizableQuick & easy& Delicious
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