How to Make Raw Unpasteurized Juice

Making raw unpasteurized juice is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. It is a fresh and healthy way to get your family to get their five fruits and vegetables in every day. You no longer have to go to juice bars to enjoy fresh healthy fruit and vegetable juices. You can now juice right in your own home and enjoy it seconds after it is extracted.

Things You'll Need

  • Organic fruits or vegetable
  • Juicer
  • Paring knife
  • Cutting board
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Instructions

  1. How To Make Raw Unpasteurized Juice

    • 1

      Decide on your choice of organic fresh fruit or vegetables. You can even mix it up by juicing fruits such as apples with vegetables such as carrots and celery.

    • 2

      Thoroughly wash the organic fruits and vegetables you plan on using.

    • 3

      Prepare the fruits and vegetables by rinsing them. Cut out any obvious bruising and spots. Cut over-sized fruits or vegetables to fit into the juicer shaft.

    • 4

      Place the fruits and vegetables in the shaft and use the juicing plunger to work the fruits and vegetables down into the juice machine.

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      Enjoy your fresh pasteurized juice within the next 24 hours to reap the maximum benefits.

    • 6

      Don't forget to compost the fiber from your fruits and vegetables.

Tips & Warnings

  • Rinse your juicer out after each use.

  • If you find you have made too much juice you can always freeze it into nice healthy juice pops for your family to enjoy.

  • If you are juicing carrots you can save the fiber for making carrot muffins or the zucchini fiber to make zucchini bread.

  • Make sure to juice using only organic ingredients. You do not want pesticides in your beverage.

  • If you are juicing oranges or lemons peel them first or the juice will be unedible.

  • Bananas can not be juiced.

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