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When I say juicing I mean juicing in regards to fruits and veggies…not what Jose Conseco used to do. :)

A few times through out the year Rachel and I juiced for a few days to reset our bodies. I still do it because I enjoy it and it make me feel better. Plus I like making up new recipes. Here is one I made this morning. Use less or more to taste, plus I made a pitcher to last me the day if this seems like a large quantity. If you have any questions on juicing we can answer that on another post.

  • 2 Large Slices of seedless watermelon
  • 1 Pineapple
  • 2 Bosc pears
  • 2 cucumbers
  • 4 Gala apples
  • 4 large carrots
  • 12 strawberries
  • 1 small lemon



This is what it looks like when done:




My other favorite non-fruit juice recipe is a Gazpacho Juice Recipe:

4 plum tomatoes
1 handful yellow bite sized tomatoes (optional)
1 cucumber
2 stalks of celery
1 red pepper
1/4 small red onion
2 cups parsley (I used a couple handfuls)
1 lime (peeled)

Then I add a little splash of vinegar to give it the same flavor. You can also add some green pepper or an extra cucumber to taste.


Enjoy and we cant wait to hear your recipes!


  1. Jan Faber says:

    Thank you for sharing your on going journey. My questions is regarding the juicing. When you say you juice for a few days to reset your body does that mean you ONLY drink the juices and consume no other food or liquid?

  2. I am interested in juicing and it’s benefits. I was told it was useless to store after juicing because you don’t get the benefits of the enzymes. Do you have different information or an opinion on that?

  3. Hi! Thanks for your recipes! Personally I don’t like juices that involve many fruits and veggies in it. I lose the taste of each one with so many items:) I like simple recipes that easy to remember. My favorite is carrots, green apple, ginger and little bit lemon. Also I like juices from only one fruit or veggie, maybe with little ginger:).

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