5 Clementine Oranges, 5 large dandelion leaves, 1/4 head cauliflower, 1/4 pineapple, 1 small cube freshly skinned ginger
In addition to being a unwelcome weed on your lawn, dandelion leaves are a spectacular source of: potassium, calcium, sodium, magnesium, and iron in the kitchen. They help the body fight off any bone ailments, decay of the teeth, and a variety of other prevalent issues.
Dandelion is very bitter, so you need to really go easy with your ratio to other ingredients. We used the very sweet Clementine oranges and pineapple to counteract the strong flavor, and bit of ginger to mask it a bit more.
Celery is very high in magnesium & iron content, ideal food for your blood cells
2 apples, 1 bunch celery, 7 carrots, 1 cucumber, 1/4 lemon, sprig parsley, 1/8 head cauliflower
The importance of selecting organic produce: Some items are more critical than others. My general rule is that if you are going to juice the skin, make sure it is organic. Doubly so if you are giving the juice to small children. Kids can not tolerate the same level of pesticides as adults without issues.
If you are willing to take the time to peel, then it is not life or death that you stick with organic produce, especially citrus or other very thick skinned fruit/veggies. Regardless, take the time to wash everything well. All of the ingredients in this entry are organic, except for the parsley.
In addition to the beautiful hue, red cabbage packs this mixture with Vitamin A,C,K,B6, Potassium, and Maganese - Oranges, grapes and fresh ginger give it great taste - the base is cucumber, red bell pepper, celery, cauliflower, carrots. Don't always limit your combos to two or three ingredients.
Grapes Lettuce Cauliflower Oranges Carrots Celery after Power Juicing (before stirring)
Top view: We can really see how rich the colors of the ingredients truly are and all the natural vitamins which we are about to enjoy