Organic Ginger Juice

"This recipe has nothing in it but Ginger and water. I used enough water to cover the Ginger in the blender. You can add more if you like, but this amount seems to be enough. We add this to our smoothies to give them a bit of zing. You will need a high speed blender like a Vita-Mix for this to break up the Ginger. Use the juice sparingly, it is quite strong. Remember to shake the jar well before using, the ginger does tend to accumulate on the bottom of the jar. You may even have to stir it as it can stick down there."
photo by Chef Joey Z. photo by Chef Joey Z.
photo by Chef Joey Z.
photo by Chef Joey Z. photo by Chef Joey Z.
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  • Peel the ginger.
  • Cut it up into 1/2 inch pieces.
  • Put it in your blender with the water and process until the ginger is totally broken down and you have a frothy yellow juice.
  • Then get yourself a large bowl and a fine metal kitchen seive with a handle and pour the ginger juice into it.
  • Using a laddel slowly press the ginger mixture through the sieve getting all the liquid out.
  • Disgard the ginger pulp.
  • Store in the fridge in a tightly sealed jar.
  • Add to your favorite fruit drinks.
  • Bon Appetit!

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<img src="" border="0" alt="Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket"> I was born in northern Ontario in Canada. I am of Irish /Spanish/French Canadian descent. In 2002, myself, my hubby Stu, and our dog Ginger moved to the high desert of New Mexico. I am a Domestic Engineer and a Professional Artist. I enjoy oldies, classical and jazz music. My hubby is a Professional Jazz and Classical Musician. He plays with the Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra which is wonderful because I get to see all his concerts and they are free! We are trying our best to live a Green and Sustainable lifestyle which is no easy feat in a desert. I love any cookbook that promotes good health and tasty meals. I enjoy pasta dishes and sweet vegan deserts. I have found that I am very successful in converting conventional recipes to vegan. This has allowed me to enjoy all types of foods that I other wise could not. Some day we would like to relocate to upstate New York and be closer to my family in Canada and my husbands in New York. My DH retires in 9 years, so nothing will stop us from heading home then :-)
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