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Tomato Salad Juice

About a year ago I first learned about juicing. It sounded so fresh and healthy and I wanted to start juicing right away. It didn’t take me long to obtain a juicer and get started. It’s so much fun to mix and match weird combination of fruits and vegetables. Sometimes, you get amazing juices, but there are times you get not so good ones too.

To be honest, I have not been juicing as much as I wanted to. I’m trying to make it a daily routine. Since you are what you eat, I’ll be making an effort to juice at least 4-5 times a week. You know, I think juicing requires time and dedication, so it’s not that easy. Nothing excites more than sharing recipes with you, so I decided to share my juicing recipes every Monday here on my blog.

Today, I want to share with you one my favorite green juices. It’s called Tomato Salad Juice. It’s just a fresh tomato salad in liquid form. 

You will need:

Tomato Salad Juice

Tomato Salad Juice

Did you know that human body can absorb 95% of vitamins in freshly squeezed juice within 15 minutes, whereas it takes 5-6 hours if you eat whole fruits/vegetables? 

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Tomato Salad Juice

Yield: 5oz

Ingredients:

  • 2 medium tomatoes
  • 2 handful parsley
  • 2 handful spinach
  • 1/4 green bell pepper

Directions:

  1. Run everything through the juicer and serve over ice.
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2 comments

  1. I love juicing too. I like …carrots, cucumber, parsley, ginger, celery, and apple.

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