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I got back from Germany a few weeks ago and jet lag was a very real thing. I'd forced myself to stay in bed as long as I could, but by 6:30am I'd become restless and need to get up. On my first morning back home, I made a juice and went outside on the deck to enjoy it with a book while wearing my favorite pepto-bismal colored pajamas (super soft and comfy). The juice was a combo I've never done before (check out my previous juice recipes) and it came out so good that I thought I'd share.
Omega sent me a masticating juicer, and I've been using it non-stop since returning from Germany. Most juicers process the fruits and veggies too fast which destroys the enzymes and causes the juice to separate. This juicer is a cold-press juicer, so it processes the fruits and veggies slower. This way, the enzymes are preserved and the juice can be stored up to 72 hours without separation. Yay! I've been prepping juices a few days in advance now, which makes things easier.
Do you have a juicer? What's your go-to juice recipe?
Ingredients for Strawberry Pear Apple Juice (makes 16 oz):
Directions for Strawberry Pear Apple Juice:
Remove the strawberry stems, and cut the pear and apple into small slices. Feed the fruit through a masticating juicer (I used Omega VRT350) and drink up!