Making Your Green Juice in a Blender

Have you ever owned a juicing machine of any kind? When juicers first came on the
scene, many of them were super expensive and clunky with all sorts of parts and
inconvenience means of cleaning them. Tons of people lost parts or stopped using their
juicers because of the cleaning regimen altogether, so many companies have worked to
revolutionize the designs, but what if you don’t own a juicer t all? It turns out that with a
small amount of effort, you can juice without a juicer at home. This article will be sharing
a method to show you how make your green juice in a blender.

Assemble the Cast

The first thing you need to do is get all the fruits and vegetables that you think you’ll
need. Be sure to select a few for an excellent base. If this is your first time trying this, it
might be a great idea to go with a recipe, so you know how it will come out. If you’re not
sure what you’re doing, you could end up making the juice a little hard to swallow. Start
with something easy with few ingredients. Try using a cucumber, and half a lemon for
the base. Once you choose your main vegetable like carrots and sweetener such as an
apple or grapes, you can blend them separately, but it will probably be a lot faster if you
blend them all together. When it’s done it’ll be a pulpy mixture. This could be a good
time to chill the future drink, as prolonged exposure to light can destroy a lot of the
precious nutrients in the juice.

Grab A Bag

If you look online, a kitchen supply chain, or even some hardware stores, you can find
interesting and useful little bags called jelly strainer bags. These allow you to separate
the pulp from the delicious juice. Put the bag into a big container and pour the mixture
into the bag. Allow the juice to pass through and as the dripping juice slows begin to
twist the bag so that it squeezes out all the juice, and leaves the fiber from the plant

Waste Not

If you are especially inventive, not only will you have wonderful juice to drink, but you
will also have a lot of fibrous material left behind. Some enterprising people have saved
this fiber to make healthy breads!