Juice Recipe: Blissfully Brown

Remember when you just had a primary color basic crayon set when you first began your school experience? You learned that since you didn’t have a brown crayon for tree trunks or dirt or a bear, you had to combine green (or blue+yellow) and orange or (red+yellow). Juicing is just the same, combine green stuff with orange stuff and voila…you have brown. This is another of Val’s creations and tends to be sweeter than mine and also a good breakfast juice. This recipe is vegan, paleo, raw, fat-free and gluten-free. Here is a tip: If you want to add protein, just add a cup of almond milk or coconut milk.

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Juice Recipe: Blissfully Brown

Yield: 2 servings

10 leaves of kale stems removed
12 strawberries
1 English cucumber
4 kiwi fruits
1 Granny Smith apple
4 pineapple spears
1 yam
4 carrots
1/2 lime peel on

Wash all veggies and cut into pieces that will fit into your juice hopper.
Juice and serve.

© 2013 Val Bradley
http://www.boomercuisine.com

Juice Recipe: Not for Gringos Green

This third juice recipe is not for the timid but very tasty and with a wonderful south -of-the-boarder kick to it. We still have 2 kinds of kale which wintered very nicely in our garden and the young leaves are great for salads or juicing. This recipe is vegan, paleo, raw, fat-free and gluten-free.

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Juice Recipe: Not for Gringos Green

Yield: 2 servings

10 leaves of kale stems removed
1 large tomato
1 English cucumber
4 stalks celery
1 carrot
1 bunch cilantro
1 -2 jalapeños (2 if you really like spicy foods)
1 Granny Smith Apple
1 lime peel on
⅓ teaspoon salt or to taste

Wash all veggies and cut into pieces that will fit into your juice hopper.
Juice and serve.

© 2013 Aron David Bradley
http://www.boomercuisine.com

Juice Recipe: Sunrise Citrus

My wife Val came up with this breakfast juice. Val likes a sweeter juice and this one fills the bill. A friend asked what kind of juicer we use. We use an old Champion juicer. The Champion masticates or “chews” the fruits and vegetables to extract the juice. It uses an auger with blades (teeth) to grind and then squeeze the juice. It has more versatility than the centrifugal juicers. The Champion homogenizes, makes nut butters, baby foods and fruit desserts. It also works well with leafy greens like kale and spinach. This recipe is vegan, raw food, gluten-free, fat-free.

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Sunrise Citrus Juice Recipe

Yield 2 servings

2 gala apples
1 pear
1 English cucumber
4 carrots
2 oranges with half the peel left on

Wash all veggies and cut into pieces that will fit into your juice hopper.
Juice and serve.

© 2013 Valerie Bradley
http://www.boomercuisine.com

Jammin’ Juice: ‘Beet me up Scottie’

Val and I, and some of our close friends have been juicing lately and we are loving the results. Besides being a great way to lose weight, you are packing a ton of nutritious fruits and veg into your body with all the health benefits such a regime will provide and the juices can also be quite tasty indeed! I am going to post some of our favorites here for you to try. Don’t worry about ratios or accuracy…it’ s all good. Vegan, Diabetic friendly, fat-free, gluten-free.

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Beet Me Up Scottie Juice Recipe

Yield: 2 servings

3 beets
½ small red cabbage
3 florets of broccoli with stems
4 carrots
3 spears pineapple
3 stalks celery
1 toe sized piece of ginger

Wash all veggies and cut into pieces that will fit into your juice hopper.
Juice and serve.

© 2013 Aron David Bradley
http://www.boomercuisine.com