26 Feb 2013

glowing morning juice


Okay I seriously have no time to write this post right now so I'm gonna speed type the recipe below and hope you make this ASAP. I'm off to write a mid-term exam and have all the confidence in the world that this gorgeous green elixir will give me all the energy and brain power I need to ace it! 


glowing morning juice for energy: 

1 cucumber
1 bunch kale (maybe 5 cups?)
3 celery stalks
1 bell pepper
3 apples
1 cup mint leaves 

Juice it! Drink it! Love it!


34 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yay! Looks so refreshing and delicious. How long does it keep you going for? I'm going to be getting an omega vert very soon and I'm so, so excited to be juicing and an upcoming juice fast/cleanse. Do you five tips or helpful hints or anything for going on a juice cleanse?

Good luck on your midterm!! <3

Anonymous said...

Do you strain your juice again after juicing everything?

Emily von Euw said...

Thanks so much ;) Well you can check out my previous juice fasts (I posted everyday about how I was feeling, etc.

The juice will last for quite awhile but I suggest drinking as soon as possible after making it, preferably the same day.

Emily von Euw said...

Yes I do. Some people like a bit of pulp in there but I'm kind particular about it - I want it totally smooth.

x

Anonymous said...

Awesome, i'll have to check those out!

What I meant was how long does a juice like this keep you full/content for?

Renard Moreau said...

[ Smiles ] It looks healthy, but I am not sure about its taste.

One thing I know for sure is: juicing is a very healthy way to consume one's fruits and vegetables.

Thank you for posting this lovely vegan recipe!

Jamy said...

The drink looks wonderful, just curious how much it makes. There are many ingredients listed. Thanks.

Jennifer said...

Hey there! I've been wanting to try juicing, but I currently don't have a juicer. Would I be able to use my blender for this?

Emily von Euw said...

Thanks! Haha take my word for it - it's DELICIOUS <3 If it's not sweet enough, just go ahead and add some more apples.

Emily von Euw said...

It made about 4 cups, all of which I drank my self =)

Emily von Euw said...

Hi, Jennifer!

You could do this in a blender... but I would change the recipe quite a bit. Add a banana or some dates, add as much liquid as you need to make it smooth, and watch out for the greens, cuke and celery - it could make it taste pretty bitter so add it according to taste.

Lili said...

Reminds me of my Fresh Green Smoothie! I blended instead of juiced.
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duke said...

I use a NutriBullet because I like the pulp that is left in the drink. As far as adding banana or dates, I for one don't like sweet flavored greens. The apple makes it sweet enough for me. I also like to use red bell pepper because they are a bit sweeter than the green ones. Also adding some flax seed gives it a bit more of a nutritional boost and for liquid use coconut water with pulp.

Emily von Euw said...

Great - thanks, Duke!

Anonymous said...

I use the Nutri Bullet as well, the pulp is good because you are getting more fiber and you stay satisfied longer.. but it can be quite thick.. add water or organic bottled apple juice to thin it... in some recipes you can use Almond Milk.. it gives you lots of protein and vitamins, it is the only milk that doesn't need fortified artificially, better for you than soy. Soy is loaded with Estrogen. Freeze your fruit and you can have a sorbet or ice cream for a snack later. Love my Nutri Bullet

Jessica Jobe said...

Carrots will sweeten up any drink :)

Emily von Euw said...

So true!

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Emily von Euw said...

No, I think you need an iPhone or something to have it and I don't =(

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Emily von Euw said...

Thanks so much! I will check it out now.

Anonymous said...

looks awesome and i have all the ingredients to make this tonight. might add a kiwi just for the heck of it and see how that works :)

Salihah Muhammad said...

Um, how do you measure a leafy vegetable such as Kale?

Also, how much of a difference would adding parsley or cilantro make?

Emily von Euw said...

Those are great things to add! I just eye-ball leafy greens, a few huge handfuls is enough for me.

FairyintheCastle said...

Looks good, I will try it. But, I can't have mint. what do you
recommend to replace this?

Emily von Euw said...

Oh anything you like really, like cilantro, basil, etc. You could also simply leave it out and not replace it with anything :)

Rebeca Barona said...

I just my VITAMIX blender and it really works :-)

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Emily von Euw said...

Imma check that out!

Anonymous said...

This is a lot of apples. There is a reason people would not feel good eating 3 apples together, probably not a good idea to be doing that to your pancreas.

Anonymous said...

Hi, what kind of juicer do you use?

Green drink said...

Since I started taking green smoothies for breakfast every day, I stopped craving meat, and actually became a vegetarian without consciously trying. I've lost 10 lbs also without trying, and have more energy than before I started using it.

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LindaDiaz said...

Mangoooo! Never tried to make a juice out of it. Now I have so great desire to try it! Thanks to my best juicers for greens I can do it whatever I want!