This is something I will be trying (time and the absence of laziness permitted) to drink a lot more of in 2013. It’s particularly good in the morning as part of your breakfast routine. It’s a fresh and super healthy way to start the day and there are a lot of nutrients packed into this very drinkable glass.
- Silverbeet (half a bunch)
- Celery (half a bunch)
- Granny Smith Apples (x1)
- Lemon (half a large one, minus the rind/pith)
- Ginger (cubic inch)
- Cucumber (whole green cucumber)
- Spirulina powder (optional, 1 teaspoon)
Juice all of these ingredients up - I’m using a Breville Juice Fountain Plus. It’s freshest if you consume it immediately (duh), and will probably only last in the fridge no longer than a day. I lie, it may last longer, but the taste (and probably nutrients?) will have died significantly.
Serves 2 good sized glasses.
This is a slightly modified recipe for the version in the documentary “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead”, where kelp was used instead of silverbeet.