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Things You Don't Juice

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Posted by Blessed Angela on 4 years ago

I thought that you could juice bananas and found out that you can't. What a mess the clean up process was. But you can juice strawberries.

I found this site on what not to juice.

http://www.all-about-juicing.com/unjuiceable.html

I hope that this helps.

This topic contains 7 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by tortoise not hare 4 years ago.

Replies To Things You Don't Juice

  • Dragonfly

    4 years ago

    Thanks for the tip! I would add to that (European) kale... It's incredibly though! When I used it in a salad it felt like I was chewing green plastic and it killed my first juicer. :-(

    I'm now juicing everything else and then blitz in the kale with my food processor.

  • tortoise not hare

    4 years ago

    Its best to soak kale before you juice it. I usually soak mine in the sink over night. Then cut it up into strips & it should be fine....although it still can be a problem in centrifugal juicers

  • Cynisterkitty

    4 years ago

    I have a small blender (nutribullet) for smoothies - when I am not on a juice only reboot I have a breakfast smoothie - bananas, blueberries and spinach is my favorite. Can't taste the spinach at all. Juicing is definitely trial and error but I have had soo much fun experimenting.

  • Optimistic cat

    4 years ago

    Be lost without my blender

  • Blessed Angela

    4 years ago

    I made a mistake you can juice strawberries. The bananas clogged the juicer so I couldn't do the strawberries. Strawberries have immense benefits to your health when juiced.Strawberries are known to be the most popular berry in the world, thanks in part to its delicious taste.Strawberries are rich in many minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants, all of which are easily absorbed by your body when juiced.Strawberries are loaded with vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, beta-carotene, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, zinc, and iron.

    Due to its high content of vitamin C and zinc, strawberry juice provides a boost to your entire immune system, helping to fight infections such as colds and flu.Strawberry juice is also known to alleviate conditions such as pneumonia, malaria, constipation, and diarrhea. Its high vitamin C content also helps the body absorb iron from food and aid in raising vitamin and iron levels in the body, preventing anemia.Strawberries also aid digestion, lower cholesterol and improve glucose tolerance. Strawberry juice is also beneficial to weight maintenance.Drinking strawberry juice suppresses your appetite, aiding weight loss and regulation.

  • tortoise not hare

    4 years ago

    I had sweet potato, strawberry & cinnamon juice today...lovely. Not quite as fab as peach or nectarine with sweet potato & cinnamon, but i had strawberries left over from my salad

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