This fresh, seasonal juice makes enough for a party. If you serve it in small 5-ounce party cups, you could serve up to 9 people. Juice is always something fun to share, and can be a great way to add healthy items to your menu too. This recipes features daikon radish, which is often called […]
Summer produce is vibrant and fresh but sadly the season is winding down in many regions. I love fresh juice and I’m often looking for a great tasting veggie-heavy option. This mostly-veggie (lime is the only fruit!) gem is full of health promoting antioxidants in the carotene family thanks to the red pepper and carrots. Enjoy it while these seasonal veggies are still available.
One of the most common questions people ask me is “Joe, what is the difference between juicing and blending?” Now, you might think the difference is obvious – but it turns out there’s a lot of confusion about the two, and many people believe they are juicing when in fact they are blending. So, let’s clear things up!
Earlier this week I shared a different version of Joe’s Mean Green that had chard leaves instead of kale and celery! Now I’m using chard again because it is such a powerhouse with a very high nutrient content. It is rich in carotenoids such as lutein and zeaxanthin, and it provides a lot of juice which is always a bonus, thanks to its thick stalks. Enjoy!
There comes a point in every juicing fanatic’s life when apples, oranges and carrots are just not enough. It’s at this point that juicers begin branching out to other fruits, vegetables and even herbs to add more depth to their juices’ flavors. Fortunately, the world is filled with tastes to tempt the palate and keep the body aligned. If you’re in search of new juicing opportunities, look no further than the following items to add zing and charisma to your diet.
Juices made from fresh fruits and vegetables make for a great way to replenish electrolytes after a sweaty workout as they are naturally rich in potassium and some sodium. This juice is made primarily from potassium-rich red and orange produce, tomatoes, carrots and clementines along with celery that naturally contains sodium. Enjoy this juice pre- or post-workout to enhance your sweat session!