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homemade v8 juice recipes

Homemade V8 Juice

Make your own homemade, healthy version of V8 juice that is charged with vitamins, minerals, and enzymes.


tomato 11.46 oz 2 tomatoes
carrot 3.22 oz 1 1/2 medium carrots
celery 1.21 oz 1 medium stalk
romaine 0.71 oz 1/2 cup shredded
spinach 0.63 oz 1/2 cup
parsley 0.36 oz 1/4 cup chopped
watercress 0.14 oz 1/5 cup chopped
beet (red variety) 0.11 oz 1 slice (1" diameter)
garlic 0.08 oz 1/2 clove


1:Wash and weigh all ingredients.
2:Remove the top ends of the carrots and beets.
3:Run ingredients through your juicer. 
4:Chill in the fridge or freezer.

Pro Tips

  • This juice makes a great Bloody Mary cold-pressed cocktail base.

  • Looking for something a tad more salty? Try adding more celery.

  • Wanting to add more of a kick? Try adding cayenne pepper, hot sauce, black pepper, or jalapeno.

  • Prefer something a bit more acidic? Add some lemon juice!

  • How about something a little more smoky or tangy? Worcestershire sauce to the rescue!

  • Try adding more greens, (like lettuce or more watercress), making sure you avoid ones that will throw off the taste balance too much.

  • Leave the stems on the leafy greens – they typically contain a lot of flavor and juice. Coming from the farm, leafy greens usually have the most dirt on the leaves and need to be thoroughly washed.

  • Remove the beet top ends and clean the bottoms thoroughly. If they are small in size, remove the bottom skinny part as well.