Opt for fresh fruits and veggies.
Frozen fruits and vegetables should never be used in a juicer – save them for your smoothies! That’s where they belong.
Use the pulp!
We don’t mean to judge, but let’s be real: waste is for the uncreative. The ‘by-product’ of the juicing process – aka the pulp – is a fiber goldmine. And it’s super easy to incorporate pulp into all sorts of tasty recipes. To reap its benefits, empty the contents of your pulp basin into an airtight container after juicing, seal, and refrigerate or freeze for future use. It can be blended into smoothies, stewed as a base for broth, mixed into dips, or added to pancakes, cookies, or muffins — the possibilities are endless.
It’s generally best to drink your juice right away because the antioxidant activity does decrease over time. If you plan to drink the juice later, store it in an airtight glass container in the refrigerator and consume within one day. For your convenience, the NutriBullet Juicer Pro™ comes with two 12-ounce glass cups and freezer trays to store juice, pulp, and other creations for later use.
Make it pretty.
This one may seem superfluous (and OK, maybe it is), but we really do eat and drink with our eyes. A muddy, brown cup of juice is way less appetizing than a vibrant, colorful one. Presentation does matter – especially if you’re serving the juice to picky eaters, kiddos, or those combatting a bug.
Try out one of our three delicious recipes below – each is a different color, but all are equally beautiful.
Serenely Green: Fortifying spinach, cool cucumber with spicy-sweet ginger, and apple make a soothing elixir worthy of any spa menu.
Orange You Glad: A flame-colored juice packed with nutrients that help to boost immunity.
Cabbage Patch: If you’ve been looking for a way to make cabbage kid-friendly, this juice is your ticket. Adults, of course, will enjoy it too.
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