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QuickTip: Juice Artifacts

posted Nov 5, 2012, 6:53 PM by Israel Torres
Here's what remains from a normal juicing session pictured in four parts - sans the juice itself. 

1. These are a few leaves from the bundle of Spinach I juiced. They are bound to fall about.
2. These are the little strings of pulp that come out of the juicer and into the bin.
3. This is annoying foam that I usually get through the straining process.
4. This is the additionally strained pulp that slipped through the first masticating phase.

What results is a smooth "particle free" juice where you don't end up chewing your juice. Served best chilled :)