Many kinds of fruits and vegetables can be juiced. This
makes them easier to store as well as easier to consume.
Consider the following Juicing Foods:
Juice - To juice citrus you need a manual
or electric citrus juicer. Just wash the fruit and slice it
in half and then put it on the juicer. If it is a manual
juicer, you will need to twist while pressing down in order
to extract the juice. For an automatic juicer, just press
the fruit half into the juicer and it will move the juicing
blade to extract the juice. You can drink the juice
right away, or freeze it for later. Sometimes orange juice
does not taste too good after it has been frozen. However,
lemon juice can be frozen into ice cube trays and then,
once frozen, it can be placed into zippered plastic bags
for future use. When you want that cool lemonade, just get
out some lemon cubes, mix with sweetner & water
and then stir.
Juice - This takes a special machine that
can press the apples to seperate the juice from the rest of
the apple. Once extracted, the juice can be made into
concentrate and frozen or it can be bottled in jars.
Juice - This is very simple, if you have
the grapes. First rinse the grapes off and then insert them
into a steamer juicer. Then let the water in the base boil
and the steam will heat the grapes and the juice will drip
off into a collector pan. Put the juice straight into jars
and put lids and rings on. They will seal themselves with
no further processing. When they are cool, rinse and dry
the jars, mark them and store them in a cool dark place.
Later, open a jar, add water and sweetner and enjoy.