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Collection for Fruit Juices, Number 2

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Breville Juicer I had wanted a juicer for several years. In November 2016, I finally bought a Breville ®, "The Juice Fountain". I wanted a juicer because so many commercial juices are filled with excess sugar, preservatives, and other unnatural substances. After a trip to Costco to load up on cases of a variety of fruit. I then began to experiment. Below are my first ten blends.

Some are sweeter than others, but all are loaded with healthy ingredients. In general, juice blends with cantaloup were less sweet and juices with berries were more sweet. While berries have more natural sugar, they are also loaded with healthy anti-oxidants.
The procedure is about the same with each. Wash everything. Cut larger fruits so they will fit through intake shoot. Quarter apples and pears, Remove core and outer skin of pineapple and slice. Remove seeds from stone fruit and mangos. Remove all dirt from root vegetables. Have everything ready before starting juicer. Start juicer before adding fruit. Watch receiving pitcher, it's easy to get carried away and overfill. The sooner you clean the juicer, the easier it is to clean.

Blend #11 - medium sweet
1 papaya
3/4 inch ginger
4 Gala apples

Blend #12 - high sweet
4 Gala apples
2 pears
3 kiwis
1 inch ginger
1 nectarine

Blend #13 - high sweet
2 Honey Crisp apples
1 nectarine
3 kiwis
2 pears
3/4 inch ginger

Blend #14 - high sweet
2 pears
3 nectarines
2 Honey Crisp apples
2 kiwis
3/4 inch ginger

Blend #15 - Tropical Blend - high sweet
1 pineapple
1 mango
1 papaya
4 kiwis

Blend #16 - medium sweet
3 Fuji apples
3 pears
small bunch spinach
2 kiwis
1/2 inch ginger

Blend #17 - medium sweet
3 Fuji apples
4 kiwis

Blend #18 - medium sweet
3 kiwis
1 pineapple
2 pears
1 mango

Blend #19 - high sweet
3 kiwis
2 mangos
3 plums
2 pears

Blend #20 - medium sweet
2 mangos
4 plums
2 kiwis
5 carrots

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