For the last seven days, since I bought my juicer, I’ve been replacing at least one meal a day with veggie juice. Today though, I feel I have graduated in my juicing career by going green. Yep, I’ve made my first green juice. Up until now its been all nice reddy, orangy ones made from carrots, tomatoes, sweet potatoes and that sort of thing, But today I’ve faced my green = yuck fears and produced the handsome looking ‘broth from the bottom of the pond’ you see in the picture.
It actually contains three apples, a wodge of kale, a few leaves of spring greens, a couple of celery stalks and a bit of ginger root… and, yes despite being quite disturbing to look at, it is really quite yummy! In fact this is my second glass. I should be fighting fit for my yoga class this evening.
Of course, the reason I bought the juicer in the first place was not quite so health conscious. I bought it to make cider, and there’s 23 litres of it busily brewing in the kitchen. Unfortunately that’s not ready to drink yet though, so in the meantime, here’s to a new healthy me!
Lechyd da! (that’s cheers in Welsh. Gosh this blog is getting so educational!) (and no, I’m not Welsh) (nor am I vegetarian).
I laughed when I got to the part about the cider brewing in the kitchen, not ready yet. Sounds good. Bit of advice: while enjoying your home brew, don’t forget to take care of your kidneys and liver. No sense having to be punished for enjoying the good stuff.
Of course! I promise not to drink it all at once 😉