Ginger Orange Green Juice?
Today I have a VERY IMPORTANT revelation related to juicing!
Jason walks into the kitchen last night with a theory about the workings of our juicer, saying it would be more effective if I pushed the produce slowly. This way the centrifugal motion remains at a high speed, producing more juice (the harder you push the plunger the slower the blade and filter go ’round).
I gathered the same amount of produce for our evening juice – half a pineapple, several carrots and broccoli trees, celery and a cucumber.
I juiced everything s l o w l y and filled up the pitcher with less than usual – half the broccoli and cucumber were left over!
Jason said “wow – I feel like an engineer again!”
Perhaps this is common knowledge, but if it isn’t I wanted to impart his wisdom so everyone could benefit! It really was a big difference.
This morning’s juice was simple to make and complex in flavors. The oranges I have right now are some of the best this season – vibrant and sunny!
ginger orange juice
2 oranges, peeled
1 large bunch kale
1 – inch piece ginger
try not to smile enjoy!