How To Make Tasty Green Juices
I'll try to simplify juice combining for you here with some charts. There will be questions like "Can you mix fruits and vegetables?" Some places in the internet suggest that you cannot mix fruits and vegetables for whatever reasons. I beg to differ. I ask "Why not?"
Fruits and vegetables are plant foods. Plant foods basically can mix except that the juice texture may be different which may cause the juice to not taste so good, but they don't harm you. When uncooked, plant foods all contain the same nutrients: enzymes, vitamins, minerals, bioflavonoids, phytonutrients ... so why can't they mix? In fact, mixing them gives them the synergistic power to work together as a super booster!
What other health benefits to green juices you ask? Please look up vegetable juicing. If you're new to juicing, please read the Juicing Basics page first.
This chart is just a very basic guideline to start you off on making a nice-tasting green juice. Once you've tried any of these various combinations, you'll be more confident to experiment on your own. The combinations are endless. Later, you may want to add more ingredients to the juice, or less. It's totally up to you. There's no hard and fast rule as to what you can put into your juice.
Adjust the amount accordingly to make your desired amount. It would be:
Juice Base + Main Ingredients + Optional Ingredients = Great Tasting Green Juice !!
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