The Juicer

Getting good nutrients via your own homemade juiceĀ is better than getting practically none from the overly processed and sugary stuff that passes for juice at the store …

Christy: So, we’ve been wanting a juicer for awhile now.

Dave: Nothing better than fresh juice!

Christy: Our issue was that they’re rather spendy.

Dave: And some people insist that you absolutely MUST have a really slow juicer to get the maximum health benefits and such.

Christy: Right! But honestly we just don’t have the funds for a fancy dancy machine and that’s all there is to it.

Dave: Good thing you’re a thrifty shopper, lol, you have no idea how much I appreciate that.

Christy: Too true. So I stumbled onto an Amazon Warehouse deal the other day in addition to getting a free trial month of Prime and managed to snag our brand new juicer for around 18 bucks!!

Dave: That’s actually a pretty amazing price for a juicer.

Christy: I accidently stumbled into the warehouse deals [shrug] the box was damaged on the bottom so they taped it and viola!

Dave: Cool. So we thought we would share a couple of our first test juices with y’all.

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Dave’s 123 Juice

  • One Medium Golden Apple (remove seeds and stem)
  • 1 Large Carrot (or two mediums)
  • 1 Large Stalk Celery (leaves and all)

Christy’s Kale(elujah) That’s Pretty Decent

  • One Medium Golden Apple (remove seeds and stem)
  • 1 Large Carrot (or two mediums)
  • 3 Kale leaves stem and all

 

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