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Apple Pomegranate & Ginger

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Ingredients

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10 Large Apples Wash all Apples prior to juicing. Non Organic apples should be peeled before Juicing
4 Small Pomegranate See the video in the description for the best method of removing the Arils
1 Thumb Ginger Cut off a piece of Ginger about as big as your thumb, peel it and throw it your the juicer

Nutritional information

430
Calories
112g
Carbs
5.3g
Protein
76g
Sugar
3.3g
Fat
10mg
Sodium

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Apple Pomegranate & Ginger

Features:
  • Anti ageing
  • Anti Inflammatory
  • Arthritis
  • Clear skin
  • Detox
Cuisine:

This fabulous restorative juice is sponsored by www.veg-inabox.co.uk

  • 8
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

Ingredients

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What better way of warming up a winters day than with a big glass of Apple, Pomegranate and Ginger juice! These three ingredients are abundant at this time of year and are the kind of ingredients that satisfy the body’s cravings for wholesome winter goodness.

Apple Pomegranate & Ginger

We had an abundance of Apples after receiving a huge box of fruit and Veg from Julie and the team at Veg in a Box so we chose Apples to form the base of our Juice, we took 10 large dessert Apples, we washed them, peeled them and juiced them to make a full litre of juice. You get a great yield from Apples, they taste amazing and they’re incredibly good at fighting cancer, diabetes and heart disease.

Pomegranates should need no introduction to regular juicers, they’re a true super-food in every sense of the word. They’re said to be anti-inflammatory, high in antioxidants, good for your heart, and they can supposedly help with reversing the signs of ageing. A 2008 study of the 10 most antioxidant rich fruit juices put pomegranate juice right at the very top of the tree and declared it the most healthful drink of them all.

Ginger is a very powerful but often overlooked ingredient in juice that has a whole range of health benefits. It can sooth an upset stomach and stop nausea in it’s tracks but more importantly it has been shown to fight things like prostate cancer, has shown to have improve heart health by preventing atherosclerosis, Lowering cholesterol levels and prevent oxidation of low density lipoprotein (LDL)

A little video

We made a little video showing what we think is the best way to remove the seeds or (Arils as theyre known) from the Pomegranate, it’s very quick, only takes a couple of minutes and it’s totally mess free, although you are probably best doing this over the sink if it’s your first attempt. You can use the back of a large knife or I sometimes use the wooden plunger from our angel juicer to tap out the Arils.

Enjoy!

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Steps

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Wash and peel your Apples

Take a few minutes to properly wash and peel your Apples, if you have organic apples then great, a quick wash will suffice to clean them. If your Apples aren't organic, you should wash them first to remove any pesticide residue, wash your hands thoroughly before you peel your Apples so as to not transfer any of the residue onto the fruit

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Remove the Arils from the Pomegranate

Take out a large knife and cut the Pomegranates in half. Place a colander in the sink and hold the pomegranate half in your hand with the outside of the fruit facing upwards. Gently tap the skin of the fruit with the back of the knife blade to release the Arils from the skin. Keep doing this until you have done all eight pieces.

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Prepare your Ginger

Take out your Ginger and cut off a piece which is about the size of your thumb. Using a small paring knife or Potato peeler, remove the outer skin from the Ginger.

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Juice and Enjoy!

Start by adding some of your Apples, when you get half way through, start adding the Ginger and the Pomegranates. Once you have used up the Ginger and the Pomegranates, go back to juicing the Apples, this will help push the goodness through the juicer so you get the most from your Ginger and the Pomegrantes. This should make around a litre of juice depending on the size of your produce so it's great to share with friends.

Peter Tate

Natural health fanatic and Identical twin brother to natural arthritis cure pioneer Wade Tate. www.juicing.today is a resource I have started to share what we have learnt from 15 years of juicing Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs and anything else I can get my hands on. Juicing has had such a positive impact on my family that I would like to share this information with you guys. Feel free to come and say hello and contribute to the discussion in our new facebook group. Juicing For Optimal Health https://www.facebook.com/groups/1609093502733694/ or come say Hi on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/juicing.today/?hl=en

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