Saturday, June 29, 2013

Juicing

Yesterday I almost had to rip the juicer out of the UPS guy's hands.  He asked what he was delivering and I said a juicer.  He said, "okay I'll keep it then".  NOOOOOO!

I know he was just flirting with me because of his smiles, winks and laughter but not my juicer!

I so can't wait to try processing an apple through this baby!

This morning I washed the juicer and made my first mess.

500g strawberries
500g organic blueberries
500g red raspberries

Quite tasty.  I put the pulp into freezer pops to use later on.



12 comments:

  1. Nice! Let me know how it goes. I would love to buy a juicer bit don't have time to do any research to see which is a good one. Enjoy juicing!

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    1. From what I was told by friends, and I have to agree from the bit of research I've done; when starting up in the juicing the Breville 200xl is the best choice for price and ability to juice.

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    1. Nothing more fun than smashing veggies into a pulp with a machine and maniacal laughter.

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  3. Have fun juicing, I'm still not sold on the idea of it.

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    1. I just like the idea of having more veggies and fruits daily that I can drink on the go.

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  4. OH MY! Why didnt I think of that! I always thought about what I should do with the pulp!

    Oh enjoy your juicer!

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    1. The veggie pulp can be frozen and used in making soups and stews.

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  5. I agree why have I never thought to freeze the pulp! What a wonderful idea!! Thank you!

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  6. Oooo fun! And I love the idea of freezing the pulp!

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    1. My husband loved the juice pops I made from the pulp. They also defrost well to be added to plain yogurt and help to keep it cold longer too when traveling.

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