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Pressed Juicery’s Green Juice

Here is a sample recipe that comes from Carly Brien of the famed Los Angeles based Press Juicery. Try it for some fresh squeezed green juice inspiration.
By Colleen Hill

Pressed Juicery’s Green Juice

If you’re trying to get in shape, consider replacing a meal with a smoothie (packed with plant-based protein of course!) and start your day off with a tall green juice. I like to drink my juice chilled and over ice, but drink them as they suit you. Considering cutting your green juice with water if the flavor is too bitter, or grassy for your liking. Finally, here is a sample recipe that comes from Carly Brien of the famed Los Angeles based Press Juicery. Try it for some fresh squeezed green juice inspiration.

Pressed Juicery’s Green Juice
 
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Here is a sample recipe that comes from Carly Brien of the famed Los Angeles based Press Juicery. Try it for some fresh squeezed green juice inspiration.
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Recipe Type: Drinks
Serves: 12
Ingredients
  • 1 head romaine
  • 2 pieces of celery
  • 5 stalks kale (or other leafy greens)
  • 1 to 2 Fuji apples
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 Tbsp ginger
  • ½ bunch of watercress
  • 1 dash of cayenne pepper
Instructions
  1. Roughly chop fruit and vegetables, making sure to remove lemon peel. Place ingredients in juicer, alternating between different types so that they blend together well. Add cayenne and stir.
Colleen Hill

Colleen Hill

Colleen believes that good food doesn’t have to be complicated to be delicious. She sees cooking as a labor of love, and whether it’s a dinner party for 10 or an intimate meal for 2, there’s no place she’d rather be than in the kitchen, with a glass of wine in hand, of course. On her lifestyle blog, Curated Corner, Colleen features her favorite recipes, in which she uses clean, bold flavors to put her own fresh twist on classic recipes. She draws most of her inspiration from seasonal, locally available ingredients, and enjoys scouting out the local Baltimore food scene.

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Originally Published: July 4, 2013

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