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Think Healthier, Not Harder
One of the easiest ways to get your veggies for the day is by drinking green juice. On the other hand, who wants to make juice on a daily basis or pay $10+ a day for a cup at your local juice bar?!
You could make it in bulk, bottle it, and refrigerate it. Yet, juice made from even the best masticating slow juicer only stays fresh in your fridge for up to 7 days max. Plus, those last couple of bottles at the end of the week aren’t the freshest in the world.
What if I told you that you could have a green juice boost every day, and you would only have to break out your juicer once a month, at most. Plus, every single day, the green juice is as fresh as the first day you juiced it.
The answer is Frozen Green Juice Cubes!
Lock In The Freshness
Using a similar technique as large frozen fruit and vegetable processors, you’ll be saving yourself thousands of dollars per year, not only in straight-up cost but also in time.
I don’t know about you, but my time is precious, and I don’t like to waste it if I don’t have to. Counting prep, juicing, and cleanup, even the fastest juice-head takes at least 30 minutes to produce their juice. That’s over 180 hours of juicing per year!
If you use our technique, so you only have to do it once a month at most, you can turn that 180 hours of daily juicing into less than 20 hours/year. That’s A LOT of extra time to do more enjoyable things.
Tools Of The Trade
I could go on, but I think you get the point. So instead of getting more lost in the numbers, let’s save you some more time and get straight to the recipe. But first, here are some of the tools you’ll need to get started:
- Juicer (preferably slow/masticating juicer)
- Large Pitcher
- Ice trays (preferably with lids)
- 3 square inches Ginger Root
- 2 cucumbers (peeled)
- 2 bunches of celery
- 1 bunch of kale
- 1 box of spinach (10 cups)
- 1 bunch of collard greens
- 4 medium carrots
- 1 Lemon (peeled)
- Juice all ingredients
- Add juice to a large pitcher as you go
- When all ingredients are juiced and added to the large pitcher, stir well
- Pour into ice trays
- Cover trays with plastic covers or saran wrap
- Stack and freeze (at least 4 hours before first use)
Besides the initial cost of the juicer, ice trays, and pitcher, the savings are amazing. All of the ingredients were less than $15, so if you need to buy any of the tools, they start paying themselves back immediately. Plus, all of the health benefits of boosting your smoothies with these homemade frozen green juice cubes.