How to Make Green Juice in a Blender

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Gather your ingredients. It's best to juice fresh each time. The fruits and vegetables start losing their nutrition as soon as you cut them.

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Cut stalks out of kale leaves.

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Chop kale.

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Add to blender. Go lightest in weight to heaviest.

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Peel tangerines. Any citrus will work. Oranges, pummelos, grapefruits, etc.

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Peel lemon. A whole lemon is a lot. You may want to start out with half.

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Chop.

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Add to blender.

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Core apples.

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Peel and chop.

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Add to blender.

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Cut ends off celery.

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Pull these strings off. They can wrap around the blades of your blender.

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Chop.

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Add to blender.

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Ginger should be around the size of your thumb.

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Chop.

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Add to blender.

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I used Gingerade Kombucha, so it was very gingery. Cut down on your fresh ginger of you aren't a huge fan.

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Add Kombucha.

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Add water.

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Blend on the Liquify/Smoothie setting, alternating between Hi and Lo.

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Yum.

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Push through a strainer.

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See! Juice!

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Makes about 24oz.

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So I always have this left over for in a couple hours.

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Also you can use these elastic paint strainer bags instead of a steel strainer. They yield more juice, but you can only use them once really.

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