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Flavorful Fruit Juice Combinations

Think of juicing as you would tossing a salad, and mix and match fruits and vegetables. For the blends shown here, follow the equation on each picture. Add the ingredients in the amounts specified, and you'll end up with an eight- to twelve-ounce serving of nature in a glass.
Martha Stewart Living, September 2004

Fruit Juice Tips and Combinations:

Individual Fruit Ingredients
Apple: 1 whole

Apricots: 2 whole

Blueberries: 1 cup (5 ounces)

Honeydew: 1/4 whole

Lemon: 1/4 whole

Lime: 1/4 whole (for juice with watermelon and raspberry) or 1/2 whole (for juice with papaya and orange)

Nectarine: 1 whole

Orange: 1 whole

Papaya: 1 small (14 ounces)

Pear: 1 whole

Pineapple: 1/4 whole

Raspberries: 1 cup (5 ounces)

Strawberries: 1 cup (5 ounces)

Tomatoes: 2 medium (1 pound)

Watermelon: 2 cups chunks (12 ounces)

Fruit Juice Combinations

Blueberry, Strawberry, and Apricot

Pineapple, Pear, and Ginger

Papaya, Lime, and Orange

Watermelon, Lime, and Raspberry

Honeydew, Apple, and Mint

Honeydew, Nectarine, and Orange

Vegetable Combinations

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