Recipes for Juicers

Juicing is probably the easiest and most fun way to become healthier, because you can literally combine any number of juices from different fruits and vegetables to arrive at a truly delectable and satisfying concoction; the combinations are endless! In order to produce fresh juice that is worthy of your palette, you will definitely need a quality commercial juicer.

My personal favorite is the Omega 8006 Juicer, because it can be used for both juicing and general food processing. Other juicers are very limited around the kitchen because of their design. The Omega 8006 Juicer is designed to help you squeeze out fresh juice, and cook, too.

In fact, the Omega 8006 Juicer is one of the few commercial juicers out there that can actually extrude pasta and mince vegetables, too. If you are looking for value and versatility, the Omega 8006 Juicer is definitely worth considering. Take it from someone who has used the Omega 8006 Juicer for many years already!

If you already have a juicer, or if you are about to purchase an Omega 8006 Juicer for yourself, here are some recipes that you might want to try:

1.    Celery and spinach
2.    Carrots and oranges
3.    Carrots and mangoes
4.    Peach and mangoes
5.    Lemon, spinach, and orange
6.    Apple, carrots, and grapefruit
7.    Tomato, cucumber, and apple
8.    Strawberry, apple, and grapes


You can adjust the number of fruits or vegetables per recipe. Note, however, that using too many fruits can increase the sugar content of your juice, and this might not be recommended for individuals who need to control their blood sugar levels.

Some fruits have high fructose content; examples of such fruits are mangoes and strawberries. Use these fruits in moderate amounts only. If you want to extract more juice per batch, use vegetables instead.

Vegetables like cucumbers are rich in natural juices, and you can use vegetable juice to boost the final volume of your recipe. Tomatoes are also very juicy and this fruit (yes, it is a fruit) can also significantly increase the yield after extraction.

If you are just starting out with juicing, it is recommended that you stick to fruits and vegetables that you are familiar with. This way, your body will be able to adjust to the sudden influx of nutrient-rich juice, and your tummy won’t react negatively.

Once your digestive system has become accustomed to the vitamin and mineral smorgasbord, you can try to become more adventurous with your juicer recipes. You can start adding vegetables like endives, and even mustard greens. More common vegetables, like cilantro and cabbage, can also be used in creating fine juices.

Remember – the taste of fresh juice is different from the taste of a vegetable when it is cooked and served. So don’t be afraid to juice vegetables, because most vegetables produce great-tasting juice. And in the final analysis, it is not really the taste that we are after. We are after the vital nutrients that will help you become healthier in the long term.