Juicing has to be one of the healthiest hobbies in the world. These juicing recipe reviews are some of my own little creations from my spell as a juicer. I hope you get some good tips here about which ingredients to include or exclude from your juices.
I’ll let you into a little secret… the simplest way to juice is to add any old (not literally) vegetables into the mix but always include an apple. Apples are full of sweet sugar and they completely neutralize most vegetables raw, earthy tastes.
rating 4/5 (excellent taste, but thick texture)
Mint created slimy texture, may have been spinach too?
tasted fine 3/5 but had a nasty thick/slimy consistency
1 white radish
4 small tomatoes
small piece ginger
rating: 2 out of 5
use less radish next time
rating 3.5/5 good stuff
3 calamansi (small orangey limes)
– Calamansi has quite a sharp taste with the peel included so 2 will be enough next time. Will be using them very often from now on. Should be ideal for squeezing just the juice in at the end to bland/crap juices.
– Corriander is OK in small amounts.
nice but didn’t need all the sugar from 2 fruits
curly endive is new to me bought because they are the closest looking leaves to kale I’ve been able to find in Manila.
1 large carrot
bit of celery
rating 2/5- quite bland
greens didn’t juice well after carrot, might be best to put carrot in last?
Was going to be 4/5 but there was a little bit of a bitter aftertaste from either the calamansi peel or the cabbage.
rating 2.5/5 tomatoes= bland