Tuesday Eats

It’s long overdue for me to post a juice recipe, but despite the delay I’m sharing one of my favorites with yall today. In the beginning I honestly had no idea where to even start with juicing. A million questions went through my mind: which vegetables are best, which ones should you avoid, should you peel that fruit/veggie, how do you make a drinkable and tasty combination, etc.
I’ve learned along the way that it’s just like any recipe, a guessing game that includes trial runs and experiments. A glass of fresh juice in the morning wakes me up faster than a cup of coffee and doesn’t leave me with a slump a few hours later. This article has a great explanation of juicing and the benefits that come along with it.
Beet, Carrot, Apple & Spinach Juice
via louisiana bride
1/2 beet
1 large carrot
1 apple (I used gala)
2 lime wedges, skin peeled
handful of spinach
Wash and peel all fruits and vegetables.
Note: cut the apple into segments for easier juicing.
Juice and serve!
(makes 1 serving)
 I’m always looking for new juicing recipes to try so send me any favorites of yalls!

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  1. June 25, 2013 / 2:34 pm

    I’ve yet to juice a beet. I really like the color. My sister and I always end up with green juices. We do a lot of celery or cucumber + apple + kale, and then add in whatever else we might have on hand that day. Honestly though, celery juice does not taste awesome..

  2. June 25, 2013 / 5:20 pm

    That juice is the prettiest color!!! What does it taste like? I’ve never tried a beet…and I really like the idea of juicing my veggies instead of eating them, but I’m basically a 5 year old and I’m worried you’ll be able to taste the veggies.

  3. June 26, 2013 / 2:12 am

    Hmmm I’ve never really done a juice before but I really want to try it. I’m just afraid the per-packaged ones will taste bad.

  4. June 26, 2013 / 2:25 am

    Mmm this looks delicious! I have been wanting a juicer for SO long now, I’m about to cave and get one!!