Red Juice

red juice

The contending name for this juice was Red Power. Yet before the juice settles, the color is actually more a swirl of pinks and creamy orange.  That’s because it’s full of vibrant, nutrient-rich fruits and root vegetables.  I find baby carrots to be really convenient for juicing, since if I’m already going to the trouble of making juice (and then cleaning the juicer), I like to minimize my prep-work.

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1 lb baby carrots (as is) OR regular carrots, peeled, trimmed, and cut into chunks
2 average sized beets, peeled and cut into chunks
chunk of ginger, peeled
1 sort of tart apple, cored and cut into chunks
1 orange, peeled, seeded, and cut into chunks

Feed carrots, beets, ginger, apple, and orange into your juicer, adjusting the strength setting as necessary (e.g. hard carrots need a strong setting whereas soft orange needs a lower setting).

Yield: about 20 oz

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