“How To Juice Kale” is a helpful guide in understanding how to properly juice this nutrient-packed leafy vegetable. Kale is a great ingredient to add to any juice smoothie, as it contains vitamins and minerals, as well as antioxidants and minerals, that provide a variety of health benefits. The article begins by discussing the necessary tools and ingredients one will need for juicing kale, and then dives into the recommended steps to creating a delicious and nutritious juice. These steps include prepping the kale (by rinsing it, removing the stems, and roughly chopping it), combining ingredients for the juice (kale and other fruits/vegetables of your choice) and blending all ingredients until a smooth consistency is achieved. The article then provides additional tips on how to choose the best type of kale for juicing, store leftover juice, and customize juice flavors to one’s liking. It also offers a few recipes for tasty and inspiring kale juice concoctions. By following the steps and recipes provided in this guide, one can easily reap the benefits of a kale juice infused with a variety of flavors and nutritional benefits.
How To Juice Kale
Kale is a powerhouse vegetable and a great base for juices! To make a juice out of kale, first rinse the leaves under cold water and dry them before proceeding. Then, strip the rib off the leaves and break it into small pieces that will fit into the juicer more easily. Place it into a high-powered, centrifugal juicer and turn it on. When the juice is done, strain it through a sieve to remove any large particles, refrigerate it, and enjoy it within one or two days.
Tips for Making Kale Juice
- Adding apples, pears, lemons, or oranges to the juicer can sweeten the taste of the juice.
- Mixing kale with other vegetables such as cucumber, celery or carrots can also reduce it’s bitterness.
- When juicing, always use organic produce to avoid pesticide residue.