The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 10
Re: Storing Juice :-(
Posted By: Jon (A+)
In Response To: Re: Making Juice :-) (Patricia (formerly patti O))
They shouldn't be stored for only a few hours either. Believe it or not, the very blade in the juicer itself kills some (not all) of the nutrients. Infact, I was reading about cabbage juice,,, it's so perishable, that it is recommended we juice half of what we're going to drink, leave the machine on,,, drink that half ,,, juice the remainder,,, and drink the second half.
Until you get a juicer, have some made fresh for you at your nearest health food store. Order the small, and you can dilute with water if you like.
Dr. Norman Walker's recipe's are almost all 1 pint (16oz) but there's no reason why you can't drink less. I have the *Juiceman II* I've pushed 2 or 3 carrots thru it at the same time, and the RPM's in the motor don't slow at all. I have the *Juiceman Junior* also (Bought it first) but it has a weaker motor.
Juicing is kind of like cooking, in that, it takes some practice to learn to clean the vegi's, juice them in the correct order and right combination, and to clean the machine (especially the blade basket) without to much hassle.
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JPeter Owen (A-) -- Saturday, 15 May 1999, at 7:06 p.m.
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