Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juice Combos

Green Juice for Mama From Above

The Beginners  Guide to Juicing

Our Juice Adventures Begin

Black Juice (Beet greens, Cucumber, Apples, Lemons and Ginger)

Celery, Pear, Lime and Ginger Juice

Classic Green Lemonade

Green Juice with Calorie Counts

Carrot Apple Ginger Juice and why you can’t make juice in a blender (unless you use a nut milk bag!)

Carrot Apple Ginger Juice, now with Garlic!

Cranberry Carrot Apple Ginger

From Acme to Breville

Make Your Own V8

Nothing BEETS a Juice Mustache plus apples, lemon and ginger can make anything better

More (REALLY GOOD!) Beet Juice Combos

Practical Juice Jokes

The Compost Ate My Juice Parts

With Measuring Cups and Stuff

What to do With All This Juice Pulp?

Vegetables  vs. The Juicer – always bet on The Juice

Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead

A Few Miscellaenous Juicing Tips

The Cost Breakdown of Juicing at Home

Zak’s Juice Fast: Two Weeks (and 16 lbs lost!)


5 Responses

  • katie lyn says:

    i like mama’s fruit juice

    • April says:

      We have to stay low sugar due to diabetes. We have a juicer and I take 2 different types of apple, 3-4 carrots, cucumber, fresh lemon balm, either broccoli or cauliflower, a stick or 2 of celery, and 1-2 large tomatoes. I then briskly stir into the juice Powdered Ginger, Tumeric, Cinnamon, and dash of Fennel. Delicious and will not crank the sugars up. If you do the apples, carrots, and lemon balm first, scrape the pulp out and add to any whole wheat muffin blend.

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  • David says:

    You are a very smart and talented writer! Juicing is a great way to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into your diet and by extension their associated vitamin and mineral profiles. Though some benefits of whole fruits and vegetables can be lost in the juicing process, most of the vitamins and minerals are retained, as well as some of the beneficial fiber. And for those who have trouble remembering to eat the recommended five daily servings of fruits and vegetables, you can easily squeeze two to three servings into a single juice.

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