16 May 2013

pink juice, positively bursting with life


I love the colour of this juice; it's so bright and bursting with life! The majority of my diet has been mostly juice and smoothies lately, along with the raw desserts I'm making everyday for my COOKBOOK (it's way too exciting to type that). I think in warmer seasons I naturally crave lighter, cooler food. I haven't really been wanting cooked meals at all, or even my giant fruit bowls or salads. I am totally content with just my juice for now. I would go on a juice fast  because the idea is so appealing and natural at the moment - but then I'd have no way of knowing how my recipes for the book will taste!


this lovely pink juice: 

1 beet
1 cucumber
2 apples
2 oranges
3 tomatoes
1 lemon
Some mint leaves
2 sticks of celery 
2 slice of pineapple 

Wash, chop and peel the produce as needed. 
Put through your juicer, drink up the goodness, and get the glow. 

16 comments:

Kitty Cat Stevens said...

so pretty! i hate beets but i keep trying to drink them even though they taste like dirt to me.

Anonymous said...

Hi, beautiful site. Came onto it via TheWellnessWarrior.com.au. Looks delicious! Quick question - is it still as tasty/beneficial to combine the same ingredients in a blender for a smoothie (rather than a juice)? Or does the smoothie process alter the taste & consistency of the mix? Thanks from Melbourne, Australia :)

Ymania Brown said...

Hi,

I've also tried this recipe as a smoothie and it didn't go down well. I can tell you that for a great smoothie, you need to balance the fibrous vegies and fruits with some non fibrous vegies/fruits like avocado, banana, kiwifruit - they help give the smoothie that creamy texture. Tomatoes you would think smoothie better but they dont. I like to mix tomatoes with avocado, spinach and green grapes.
Hope this helps. Love and light from Sydney

Claire Virgona said...

That juice looks divine! I'm having it tomorrow :) Thanks

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therawfoodsisters.com said...

Love juices!!! We had a massive green vibrant one for breakfast and it is simply impossible to sit still :D So much life!!! We are both super excited for your cook book. You are amazing girl!!!

Emily von Euw said...

Oh boy thanks so much!! :D

Emily von Euw said...

Yay thanks so much :)

Susanne Drazic said...

This looks good! : )

Ella Hoglund said...

I love juicing and running out of ideas for recipe. It's nice to find like-minded healthy people like yourself .. :)

Francesca Hughes said...

Oooo this looks and sounds so amazing, I need this in my life right now! Going to go and make this ASAP! Thank you :D xx

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Anonymous said...

that's so cool... could you please tell me know you got this grey box in the comments box when you click on reply please. it would be very much appreicated if you did.

thanks from canada

Emily von Euw said...

Hi! It's part of the basic HTML of the blogger blog I chose. I think I may have changed the colour by going through the HTML and customizing it.

Anonymous said...

how much juice is in this jar? also, how much juice do you end up drinking in any given day?

Anonymous said...

oops, i mean, how many ounces is this jar?

Emily von Euw said...

It makes like 8 cups?

Plant based cooking said...

Excellent juice!!! So delicious. Took a lot of straining for my clients, so I ate the pulp. :D