How to Juice Without A Juicer | 15 Tips For Juicing without a Juice Machine
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How to Juice Without A Juicer | 15 Tips For Juicing without a Juice Machine

September 2, 2019


Welcome to Munch For Wellness. How would you like to learn how to juice without
a juicer? Everyone is juicing for good health and vitality
these days but some of these juicer machines can really run into a good chunk of money. So, how about juicing your fruits and vegetables
with a blender? In this video, I will show you how! But first. Please take a moment to SUBSCRIBE and hit
the ALERT bell to be notified of new videos which we add all week long. Now, onto, “15 Tips For Juicing without a
Juice Machine.” Juicing without a juicer? Yes, you can. It takes a little longer and might be a little
messier, but it will save you money while you are easing your way into a juicing lifestyle. These 15 Tips For Juicing without a Juicer
are meant to inspire you and encourage you into consuming more fruits and vegetables
that results in abundant health and vitality. I will save why you might want to eat more
veggies and fruits for another video so for now, use these blender juicing tips for quick
learning on how to juice without a juicer. And, if you have a tip that I have missed,
please be sure to leave it in the comments below so others can reap the benefits of juicing
in a blender. 1. Use a high powered blender like Vitamix rather
than a cheap blender that might break when trying to juice root vegetables which can
be tough to blend. 2. If just starting to learn how to juice, then
why not start with a recipe that is made for juicing in a blender. There is a link in the description below for
a good recipe to get you started. 3. Thoroughly wash and then, chop everything
into small chunks to minimize the strain on your blender. Chunks about an inch in diameter work well. 4. Peel fruits and veggies to make less work
for juicing in a blender. If you bought organic fruits and veggies,
then you can keep these peels and use them later. You can also compost peels and apple seeds
if you don’t choose to save them. 5. Always add some liquid to the juicing mix;
preferably make the liquid the first thing to go into the mixing pitcher. 6. Put juicier fruits and/or vegetables (like
citrus, pears, tomatoes, cucumbers, etc) at the bottom before adding in any greens or
tougher root veggies like carrots. 7. Pulse the blender. Don’t run it at high speed. This may burn out the motor plus the high
RPM speeds at which blenders run, generate heat. Heat can kill the enzymes and phytochemicals
that you want to end up in the juice for maximum nutrition. 8.Intermittently stop the blender and scrape
down the sides with a good scraper. This helps ease the strain on the blender
and makes good sense. 9. Use a really fine strainer to strain the juice
so that it is the right consistency for drinking. 10. Get a small enough strainer to fit over the
opening in a glass so that you can strain directly into the glass. Saves on washing up bowls. 11. Be sure to press the pulp through the strainer
to get the last bits of juice. Work it around in the strainer with a sturdy
scraper, scraping and pressing the pulp as you go. 12. Don’t throw the pulp away. Save it (and any peels you have) and use it
in soups or stews, mix it into baked goods like breads or even breakfast pancakes. 13. Empty and clean the strainer right away after
you have put the leftover pulp into a saving container. If you wait too long to clean the strainer,
the pulp will be harder to remove and you will end up spending more time scrubbing your
strainer than you might want to do. 14. Drink the juice right away. Juicing in a blender brings in more oxidation
to the end product meaning that the juice will not store as well. Better to drink up and enjoy the full benefits
of your labor. 15. If you find your end product is too watery,
throw it back in the blender and add some protein powder to thicken. One more tip for juicing without a juicer. Try to use organic pro duce when possible. This means that the peels and pulp, and, of
course, the end juice product are free of toxins. You are juicing, after all, for your health;
and toxins from pesticides and fertilizers are something that you should avoid at all
costs. Did I miss a tip? Tell me! And leave a comment below! Or, visit my website at MunchForWellness.com
for more juicing tips, ideas and get access to plenty of FREE health and wellness PDF
e-books to download for a healthy, happy life!

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