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  • Deleted user 4 April 2013 21:46:19
    I did indeed juice a cucumber. You know who else juiced a cucumber?

    Iron Man, that's who.

  • Dougs 4 Apr 2013 21:47:01 72,985 posts
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    If you can't style out a Martini, a Mojito is the next best thing if it's a cocktail you're after imo
  • elstoof 14 Oct 2014 16:04:34 9,967 posts
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    Apples
  • Gruff 14 Oct 2014 16:54:39 3,086 posts
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    Apples (granny smiths) are usually my base, everything else you add is made more palatable.

    I don't do recipes as such, I just grab a bunch of fruit and veg, juice the daylights out of it, and yam it down my throat without it touching the side, hopefully.

    Have made a batch of beetroot and plum, which is as putrid as it sounds, but it feels like its doing me good :)

    Juicing (and a little excecise) has worked wonders for my health and weight, so not complaining....much.
  • PES_Fanboy 14 Oct 2014 17:00:27 25,183 posts
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    Juicing removes so much of the nutrition (especially fibre), I think you're (much) better off with a smoothie maker, if you have to super condense your greens.

    /is too late
  • elstoof 14 Oct 2014 17:08:19 9,967 posts
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    Sometimes I juice a pear. Even a carrot occasionally. That's about as far as I'm willing to go.
  • Gruff 16 Oct 2014 19:22:12 3,086 posts
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    Yeah the cleaning will grind your gears

    Depending on the type of Juicer you have, mine's a masticating one dontchaknow. I run boiled water through it after the juicing is done, then a bit of cold (so you can take out the components without going ouch).

    Its shifts a bunch of gunk, from there the clean is easier.
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