With Beet Juice, you will surely feel like you can beat anything!
This is your sign to start using beets to juice at home. While beets are not often used to make drinks, you will be surprised at how delicious they can be. The beet juice’s red color and sweet and earthy flavor will always leave you wanting more.
Drinking beet juice is not just satisfying for your appetite, but it’s also good for your health in many ways. Hence, it doesn’t just keep you full and fresh, but it also makes you feel like the best version of yourself, inside and out!
Aside from its flavor, beet juice is also good for you in many ways. In making this juice, you are taking care of your body and mind too.
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Every sip of Beet Juice is one step closer to a better diet and lifestyle. It’s filled with nutrients that will give you the health benefits that you need. The first step to beating the odds is to learn all about Beet Juice, especially how to make it!
How to Make Beet Juice
Power up your slow juicer, and let’s use it to make Beet Juice. Get ready to experience the sweet and tasty goodness of this juice within minutes. Once you taste it, you won’t be able to stop making it!
Let’s learn all about the beetroot, shall we?
Are beets fruits or vegetables?
You’re right; beets or beetroots are vegetables! They are known for their deep and rich red or purple color. When it comes to flavor, beets have a sweet and earthy taste that you would love to relish in a juice.
Whether raw or cooked, beets add good quality to food, both in color and flavor. For instance, you can use it raw for your salads and smoothies. Meanwhile, cooking beets is perfect for stir-fries and soups.
Aside from turning beets into juices, I also love using them for Beetroot Chin Chin. Indeed, you will never run out of beet recipes to try; let me know what dish or drink you like best!
Now, let’s go to the fun part – making the Beet Juice!
Check out how easy it is to make Beet Juice in your juicer.
- Rinse the beetroots.
- Use a knife to slice the bottom and top of the beetroot.
- Then, chop it into smaller pieces.
- Filter the juice with a sieve.
- Insert the beetroot slices into the slow juicer until fully extracted.
- Pour contents into a glass and serve!
Can you believe that it’s that simple to enjoy a glass of beet juice? Give it a try, and tell me how you find the taste and texture. Don’t forget to share it with your family and friends!
- Buy small to medium beets with green leaves.
- Also, don’t buy beets with wilting leaves.
- Go for beets that feel firm to the touch without soft spots.
- Don’t wash the beetroots before storage because this can lead to rotting.
- Cut the leaves from the beetroot.
- You can also keep the beetroot leaves in a resealable bag in the fridge and use them for other dishes.
- Place the beets in a cool and dry place to last up to three weeks.
- Discard rotten, mushy, or smelly beetroots in a pile.
Beet Juice Variations
Spice up your Beet Juice with simple changes in the recipe!
Give the juice a more intense flavor with herbs and spices like basil, mint, parsley, oregano, and even some cinnamon. Make it sweeter with honey, sugar, maple syrup, date paste, and other sweeteners.
- Slow juicer: Make the beet juice in a slow juicer.
- Knife: Use the knife to peel and cut the beetroots into pieces.
- Cutting board: Prepare the beets on a cutting board to prevent staining your countertop.
- Sieve: Filter the juices using a sieve.
- Glass: Serve the juice in a glass.
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How to Serve Beet Juice
Have you tasted the Beet Juice yet?
I suggest drinking it right after you make it. You will surely relish the full flavors with an incredibly refreshing quality at every sip. Also, the longer it is left at room temperature, the more nutrients and flavor it loses.
You can also serve it with ice for a perfect summer drink. For food pairings, here are some options that I enjoy with my beet juice:
Garnish the beet juice with lemon, chia seeds, ginger, cucumber, mint, parsley, and other fruits or herbs for extra flavorful results!
- At room temperature: Don’t leave beet juice at room temperature longer than two hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is beet juice good for?
Beetroot juice can help with stamina, blood pressure, immunity, energy, and overall health. It is also a great pre or post-workout drink to keep your bones and muscles healthy and strong!
Is it okay to drink beet juice every day?
As long as you limit your intake to one cup of beet juice per day, it’s okay to drink it daily. Balance it with healthy recipes for a proper diet.
What organ is beet juice good for?
Beet juice is good for your heart, brain, eyes, skin, blood pressure, immunity, endurance, and overall health. Get ready to be surprised at how this juice can change your life!
Does beet juice contain sugar?
Yes, it does. Eight ounces of this juice can give you about 22 grams of sugar. As long as you drink it in moderation, it won’t cause spikes in your blood sugar levels.
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Beetroot Juice (VIDEO)
- 3 beetroots (medium-sized)
- Wash and cut the beetroots. Thoroughly wash and rinse the beetroots to remove possible pesticide residue. There is no need to peel the beetroots. Slice the bottom and top of the beetroots before cutting them into small pieces.
- Gradually feed the sliced beetroots into the slow juicer. Place a fine-mesh strainer on top of the glass where the juice will be extracted to filter the juice. Slowly put the beetroot slices in the slow juicer and wait for the juices to be released.
- Beetroot juice is best consumed immediately after juicing.
- Refrain from leaving it at room temperature for longer than 2 hours.
- Add some ice to make it a refreshing cold summer drink.