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High Yielding Vegetables

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Posted by karlos87au on 4 years ago

Hi there. I have been juicing for a while now just doing it on my own but decided to do the 15 day challenge. I will probably do longer but just wanted to get a taste for some of the things I may be missing, plus the extra motivation to stay on track. One thing I struggle with is interesting vegetables that have a high yield that wont take up the entire fridge (and have the housemates hating me!) My go to guys are:

Cucumber

Celery

Carrots

I tried beets but I suffer from gout and they cause really bad flare ups. Any other vegetables you can recommend that have a high yield would be greatly appreciated. Also, when trying to get an 80/20 mix, is this by pre juiced weight, or liquid weight after being juiced?

Thanks for the help!

This topic contains 2 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by Piwacket 4 years ago.

Replies To High Yielding Vegetables

  • WJS

    4 years ago

    Hi, very interesting question, will look forward to seeing other responses. A good high yield in my opinion is zucchini/courgette, I use a lot of them in my juice and they have a mild flavor.

    In regards to the 20% I think the nutritionist once said it was before juicing but I have a problem with determining how much that actually is because I juice in batches that last me at least three days. So measure 20% of the juice after juicing. I will also be interested to see any responses to this question.

  • Piwacket

    4 years ago

    And here are Joe’s top five fruits and veggies that yield a ton of liquid, or as Joe likes to call it “liquid gold”!
    1.) Pineapple
    2.) Cucumber
    3.) Apples
    4.) Celery

    5.) Romaine

    http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/the-joe-show/cheap-gr...

    Good luck on your journey.

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