Want to make beet juice but don’t own a juicer? Here is how to make beet juice in a high-powered blender without a juicer.
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Remember the discussion we had about cleanses last week? It got me thinking.
For a while now, I’ve been envious of juicer owners. Between myself, Garrett, plus two other housemates, our kitchen is very well equipped with a cornucopia of fancy appliances and apparatuses.
Each appliance has its spot, each with its own purpose, each with its own sound, each providing an unparalleled service for ease of food preparation. Our kitchen feels complete. Calming. Our reassuring appliances do the work for us and there’s nothing else one could possibly need.
Except maybe a juicer.
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But yet another wonderful attribute about kitchen appliances is their uses can be under rated and under-explored. If you are patient, they will poof up their feathers when you are green with envy and offer up solutions.
Hello, blender, when did you become a juicer?
How to Make Juice Without a Juicer:
Using your high-powered blender , you can have the comforts of fresh juice in your glass.
There will be some chopping and peeling involved, as I wouldn’t recommend sticking whole fruit in your blender. Blenders are cool, but they’re probably not going to know what to do with an entire orange.
Essentially, you discard thick peels such as orange peels (leaving the thin peels, such as beet, apple and carrot on is fine), chop your produce into sizes your blender can handle, add some liquid like water or coconut water and blend until smooth.
Strain the pulp with a fine mesh strainer, save the pulp for the next time you bake bread or cake (pulp is great for you and adds flavor to your baked goods!), and enjoy your glass of juice.
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For this recipe, I use a raw beet, orange, apple, kale, ginger, and coconut water. It’s earthy, sweet, tangy, zesty and refreshing! This recipe makes 1 large glass of juice.
What To Do With Juice Pulp:
If you have a low or no-waste hosuehold, use the vegetable and fruit pulp in muffins, bread, and/or use it for compost. I bake it into brownies for a healthy nutritious treat!
In fact, you can make my Lemon Beet Muffins using the pulp from the juice instead of grated beet.
And that’s it! This beet juice is a great way of getting in vitamins, the kids’ll love it, and fresh juice is much better for you than store-bought juice.
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Get your juice on!
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