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How to Make Juice in Blendtec Blender

Written by Chef Austin | August 2, 2017


Making Juice in a Blendtec Blender


Once you've tasted fresh juice, you'll never want to go back to the processed store-bought stuff. The flavors of freshly blended juice are much more bright and tangy, and if you blend juice yourself, you can experiment with different flavor combinations. Blendtec blenders have a Whole Juice feature, which preserves fruit pulp (loaded with fiber!) to give you all of the nutritional benefits of the fruits and vegetables you blend. Not a fan of pulp? You can strain the whole juice through a nut milk bag or fine mesh strainer to remove the pulp.

Plan on drinking your fresh juice right away; we recommend within 24 hours. Why? Freshly made juice isn't processed or loaded with preservatives, so it has a shorter shelf life than the stuff in the carton. 


Chef Austin's Whole Juice Tips:

  • Remove any large pits from fruits like peaches and mangos
  • Core apples to remove seeds, which can be harmful if ingested (citrus seeds blend easily; no need to remove them)
  • Cut larger fruits and vegetables into small chunks to make them easier to blend
  • Combine fruits and vegetables for your own custom, one-of-a-kind juice cocktail. Serving a picky eater? Fruit juice covers vegetables' flavor without losing any of the veggies' nutrition
  • Or, add vegetables that lean to sweet or neutral flavors, like carrots, cucumbers, beets, spinach & kale. These veggies are like vanilla ice cream - they enhance flavor (and nutrition) without overwhelming the primary fruit flavor you want 
  • Frozen fruits work for whole juice, too. Frozen strawberries and grapes are as sweet as fresh, & frozen fruit cools down your smoothie
  • Adding water to fruit smoothes the blending process. Sometimes low-moisture foods, like apples and carrots, need extra help from water to get blending. Plus, adding water stretches the juice
  • Don't like pulp? Pick up a nut-milk bag or fine-mesh strainer to strain it out

Chef Austin's Recommended Recipe


Energizing Orange Citrus Juice

Serving Size: 2

Ready In: 10 Minutes

2 Orange, peeled
2 Plums, pits removed
1 Carrot, chopped
1/4" Ginger Root, peeled
1 cup Water

Step 1
Place all ingredients into Blendtec blender jar. Press the Whole Juice preset button. If your blender doesn't have this preset, select the med-high setting & blend for 60 seconds.
 
Step 2 
Strain pulp through nut-milk bag if desired.

Step 3
Chill in the refrigerator.
 


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