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Does Your F.M. Juice XXI Style?

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    Posted: 22 October 2012 at 08:05
DOES YOUR FARMER´s MARKET JUICE XXI CENTURY STYLE ?
 
Healthy eating is effortless when you have the right gear, the availability to fresh veggies and fruits and when you shop with care.
 
One trick to eating healthy, is to create an arsenal of gadgets, instruments, electronic appliances and tools that shall assist you in preparing nutritionous foods ...
 
My Farmer´s Market prepares a few fresh fruit and vegetable juices, often called Batidos, and possessing Milk and Sugar ... However, I had found this lovely one in an old magazine. Here it is:
 
BEET, APPLE AND GINGER JUICE ...
 
2 pounds of magenta red violet beets trimmed & peeled & cut into 1" pieces ( 6 medium size )
1/2 pound carrots trimmed, peeled and diced into 1" chunks
1 Red apple of choice ( 8 oz. ) cored and diced into 1 inch dice
1 Granny Smith cored and sliced into 1" diced pieces
One 3 Inch piece of Ginger peeled and chopped into one inch dice
3 tblsps. fresh lemon or lime or orange juice
 
a) combine the 1st five ingredients through a juicer.
b) strain through a fine mesh sieve into a large bowl.
c) stir in the citrus juice freshly squeezed.
d) Pour into tall glasses with a couple of cubes of ice.
 
CALORIES: 63
FAT CONTENT: ZERO
CARBS: 15 GRAMS
 
*** Recipe by: Meryl Rothstein - Bon Appetit´s Test Kitchen.
 
 
 
ENJOY,
Margi.
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