How To Make Green Juice In Your Food Processor Or Blender (+ Recipe)

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By Kat Gal

I love juicing. No. I adore juicing.

I got my first (and only) juicer in January 2012. I used it basically every single day until June. I fell in love with green juices instantly.

In June, I started traveling even more insanely than before, moving country to country and volunteering. I couldn’t take my juicer with me. I missed it.

I missed juicing until about December when I discovered that you can juice without a juicer.

What?!

It’s true! Amazing stuff, right?

Since I couldn’t find a travel blender, I ended up buying a small, very basic food processor. I started juicing again – it was a miracle.

Some tips for juicing with a blender or food processor:

  • Most sites suggest that you have a Vitamix, but trust me, it works with a cheap blender or cheap food processor too!
  • While it may help the blending process, in my experience, there is no need to add water, unless you want to.
  • Even though there is no need for water, for this method I suggest that you use cucumbers as a base, because cucumbers are so juicy. Apples or perhaps oranges help too, but a cucumber is a must.
  • If you don’t have a fancy nut milk bag, you can use nylons.
  • If your blender is small, it may take a while. I have to fill mine up four times to make 0.5–0.75 L of juice.
  • Instead of adding the lemons to my blender, I juice them separately and add the lemon juice to my ready green juice.

How do you make a green juice with a blender or food processor?

Here are the steps to make your fabulous juice:

  • Add your ingredients to the blender.
  • Blend until you have somewhat of a smoothie consistency.
  • Strain the ‘smoothie’ through a nut milk bag or some nylons.
  • Dispose the pulp. Better yet, compost or if you have a dehydrator, make some crackers.
  • Enjoy your juice!

I don’t claim this to be an easier process than using an actual juicer; using my centrifugal juicer was much quicker and easier. But going through this process is much better than not juicing, especially if you’re traveling.

Finally, here is a green juice recipe for you!

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Awesome Green Juice
 
Ingredients
  • 1 head of lettuce
  • 2 cucumbers
  • 1 green apple
  • 1 beet
  • Some ginger
  • juice of 2 lemons
Instructions
  1. Juice everything in your juicer, or follow the steps above using your food processor or blender.

Have you ever made green juice in your blender or food processor? What were your experiences? Share in the comments below. We always love hearing from you.

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Kat Gal

Kat Gal

Holistic Health & Happiness Coach at Kat Gal Coaching
 Kat Gál is a multi-passionate Holistic Health & Happiness Coach, Freelance Writer, Educator and World Traveler. She has coached women from all around the world, worked with abused children in Kenya, taught English in Mexico, volunteered on an olive farm in Turkey, hitchhiked in Costa Rica and climbed volcanoes in Guatemala to name a few of her happy adventures.

You deserve to live a happy and healthy life and Kat is here to show you how to do that. Kat invites you to join the “Happiness Tribe: 2016, the Year of Happiness” on Facebook to create your best year yet within a supportive sisterhood. For more health and happiness tips, visit her website and check out her best-selling program, Your 21-Day Mind-Body-Soul Shake-Up. To contact her for writing assignments, check out her freelance writing website.

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