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Carrot Ginger Juice (No Juicer Required)

By January 20, 2019Recipes
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There are times when I want to drink my veggies, and I end up spending too much money on a bottle of pure vegetable juice at the store, due to the fact I do not own a juicer. Maybe you’ve had this experience, too?

Carrot Ginger Juice (No Juicer Required)

This makes me especially excited to share this carrot ginger juice recipe with you because it does not require a juicer. This recipe only requires a blender and fine strainer. The strainer could be a nut milk bag or a fine-mesh strainer lined with a cheesecloth — or you could get creative and make your own.

Carrot Ginger Juice (No Juicer Required)

(Of course, if you do have a juicer, this carrot ginger juice recipe would work perfectly with that method as well.)

Carrot Ginger Juice (No Juicer Required)

This juice provides a plethora of nutrients from the carrots, and I absolutely love the flavor combination of carrot, ginger, and lemon. The ginger produces a slight spicy flavor and the lemon juice supplies the perfect hint of sour. I hope you enjoy this juice as much as I do.

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Carrot Ginger Juice (No Juicer Required)

This juice provides a plethora of nutrients from the carrots, and I absolutely love the flavor combination of carrot, ginger, and lemon.
Category Beverage, Vegan, Vegetarian
Compliance Level Kickstart, Lifestyle, Performance
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 4 cups
Author Tulika Venugopal

Ingredients

  • 2 1/2 cups water
  • 7 large carrots chopped
  • 1/2 inch knob of ginger peeled
  • Juice of half a lemon

Instructions

  1. Place the carrots, ginger, lemon juice, and water into a blender.
  2. Blend until fully combined into a homogenous liquid. Depending on the blender, the blending time may be between 30 seconds and 1 minute.
  3. Using a strainer such as a nut milk bag, line a pitcher or a bowl.
  4. Pour the carrot mixture through the strainer and into the pitcher.
  5. Squeeze the strainer bag to ensure all the liquid has been removed from the pulp.

  6. Serve immediately or place in the fridge for up to 3 days.

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Tulika Venugopal
Tulika Venugopal is a food and fitness enthusiast. She is a biomedical engineer by day, and she is also a certified yoga and fitness instructor who shares her passion for health and fitness in her spare time.

Tulika has always enjoyed cooking healthy meals to complement her active lifestyle, and she especially loves creating recipes that are accessible for anyone to follow. She has been a vegetarian for her entire life and was diagnosed with Celiac disease in 2014, which inspired her to become even more creative with her meals.

Tulika lives with her husband and puppy in Seattle, Washington. She chronicles her gluten-free and vegetarian recipe creations, her Seattle food adventures, and her curious love of arm balances and handstands on her Instagram account.

She writes about various food and wellness topics in her blog, Karma Eats, and has been featured in a podcast in the Glutenfree Globalicious Magazine.

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