Quench your thirst with eight make-at-home fruit and vegetable juices.
This deep purple blend is as delicious to look at as it is to drink. Wash the beets well (including the greens if using) and leave the skin on.
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Carrots and parsnips make surprisingly tasty partners in a glass.
Apple lovers will cheer for this tart yet refreshing drink. Just pop the lemon wedge into the juicer, which will filter out the seeds. In a pinch, you can substitute 1 tsp (5 mL) lemon juice.
Quench your thirst with eight make-at-home fruit and vegetable juices featured in our "Juice Boost" collection of recipes in the June 2007 issue of Canadian Living magazine.
During winter, take advantage of blood, Cara Cara or mineola oranges for their bright colours and sweet-tart flavours. But no matter what time of year, the sparkle and freshness of regular citrus fruit can't be beat.
Zipper skin refers to mandarins or citrus fruits with easy-to-peel skins.
This grown-up lemonade is refreshing yet tart. If you prefer a sweeter version, add up to 2 tbsp (25 mL) more sugar.
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