Juice Recipe – Golden Green

Golden Green

Juice Recipe – Golden Green

Our great golden-green clean will have you galloping through the day while still gracefully glowing into the night!

This recipe was a new one for us, but it’s a keeper!  It’s full of amazing greens packed with vitamins and nutrients with just a little kick, to keep things interesting.  We ended up with a little under 3 gallons today.

Ingredients and preparation:

  • 7 lbs green apples
  • 5 lbs cucumbers
  • 1.5 lbs of Italian parsley
  • 3 lbs broccoli crowns
  • 2 lbs collard greens
  • 2 lbs of kale
  • 2 lbs of celery
  • 1 lb ginger – If the ginger is too strong, reduce amount.
  • 2 lbs lemons

Be sure to wash your produce.

Goodnature X-1 grinder and press settings:

  • Grinder blade – 1/4″
  • Grinder speed – 45 Hz
  • Bag – medium weave

Method:

  1. Combine ingredients when grinding for the best result.
  2. We pressed for 2-3 minutes then mixed up the produce and then pressed again.

Enjoy!

Original recipe by Lacy Reiss, written and posted by Ben Owliaie

 

 

About The Author

I have always had a passion for great customer service. The Goodnature team approached me while I was working at Zappos.com and asked me to join them and spearhead and develop their customer service. I was thrilled at the opportunity and couldn’t wait to join them. I have been a Paleo/Primal eater for two years now so veggies are super important to me and my family (but not always easy to get the kids to eat). My eyes have been opened to cold pressed juice and Goodnature has the potential to help people all over the world. I’m here to take their already great product and match it with great service and support for our amazing customers!

8 Responses

  1. Cool recipe – how many ounces did this produce for you?

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    1. We got about 360 oz of juice. This will vary depending on the produce.

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  2. Is there a good method to calculate calorie and nutrition info for cold pressed juices?

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    1. Hello, There are a couple options, you can send a sample to a certified food lab to have a sample tested for extremely accurate nutritional facts or there is also a couple software programs available, If you use the programs though, make sure they have a processing option for juice. I have come across a couple programs that do not offer juice as part of the process. Hope that helps.

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  3. Can you give me the name of a good software program that calculates nutritional information for juice? The ones I have come across do not have a juice option. Thanks for your support of your customers!

    Holly

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    1. Hi Holly, we have just launched a new service in which we can analyze your juice recipes for you and give you the nutrition labels. You can go here to submit your recipes: https://www.goodnature.com/juice-nutrition-analysis-labeling/ . Our consultant will use official nutrition databases and software and do all the work. The price is $200 per recipe.

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  4. In what cases it is recommended to re-insert the pulp for second round of extracting juice?

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    1. You can just re-mix it while it’s in the bag and press again. You can get about 5% more juice out with a 2nd pressing. It is recommended if you have the extra time to do multiple pressings.

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