This healthy juice recipe combines the tasty flavours of readily available fruit and vegetables with the immune boosting powers of fresh ginger and turmeric. This healthy juice recipe is inspired by juice recipes we discovered in ‘Thrive’ by Brendan Brazier.
If you haven’t yet discovered the joy of making your own juice, the recipe below should seal the deal. Find yourself a good juicer, we like the Breville below, and get juicing today.
The Juice Fountain Cold-Juicer by Breville (BJE430SIL, Silver)
Our kitchen has always been pleased with Breville appliances and this speed-adjustable cold-juicer is no exception.
Rinse & Rebeet by Pulp & Press Juice Co
We buy this juice as a treat few times a month, but otherwise we prefer to take the time to make our own. It is also very economical to make your own. Also, having complete control over the ingredients means you can customize the juice specifically for your taste.
The Economics of this Healthy Juice Recipe
When we treat ourselves to a healthy juice from Pulp & Press, we’ll usually spend $13 for two small 250ml bottles. That is a cost per litre of $26. The recipe you see below costs approximately $14 in ingredients depending on your region and the time of year. That’s a cost savings of 46%!
Our Heart Healthy Juice Recipe
Serves: 4 people (about 1 litre of juice)
- 6 Apples
- 4 Oranges
- 1 Lemon
- 3 Small Beets
- 3 Large Carrots
- 4″ piece of fresh Ginger
- 2″ piece of fresh Turmeric
- (Optional) Cracked Black Pepper
- Assemble your juicer
- Peel the oranges, set aside. Juice the lemon, reserve the juice, set aside
- Now juice everything in your juicer, except for the black pepper
- Pour into a clean container, add the lemon juice, and store in your fridge for up to 5 days
- When serving, sprinkle some cracked pepper on the juice and enjoy!
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