Yeah, that’s right! Believe me, I never thought I would have tried these in my vegetable juicing recipes–but I’m a believer now! Not only do these veggies provide a uniquely refreshing taste in juicing recipes, but they pack a punch when it comes to nutritional value!
Our friends at Roots had similar first impressions about these veggies in juicing recipes, but have also changed their opinion after realizing their health benefits! Here’s what they have to say about cabbage and radishes:
Radishes? Cabbage? Not the most appealing ingredients in a vegetable juicing recipe. But, hold on a minute! These veggies are loaded with nutrients, and taste pretty darn good too! Radishes, which I often overlook at the farmers market or grocery, are high in Vitamin C for their small size, as well as B Vitamins and Vitamin K. They are also loaded with fiber.
And cabbage, especially red, is full of Vitamins A, C and E which all aid in boosting immunity. The moral of the story is simple: don’t neglect some veggies because they are less familiar or appealing at first. These veggies taste great and are nutritious additions to any juicing recipe!
As always, we are so thankful for their juicing expertise and great insight into the benefits of various ingredients in recipes for juicing at home.
Now to the vegetable juicing recipes!
12 medium radishes
4 handfuls of parsley
4 plum tomatoes
3 beet roots
2 large stalks of celery
2 medium carrots
1 Jalapeno pepper (remove stem, seeds and ribs)
Killer Cabbage Juice
1 large English cucumber, peeled
1/2 of a medium red cabbage
1-2 D’Anjou pears
2 meyer lemons
1 inch piece of ginger
To read the full article from Roots Juices, and see the other vegetable juicing recipes, click below:
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