All over the world, fruit juices are one of the most popularly consumed drinks. They are tasty, healthy and best of all, easy to make. Little wonder why most healthy diet plans recommend drinking a full glass of fresh juice as often as possible. There are a wide array of fruits that are grown and it will be inappropriate not to make good use of them. Fully ripe fruits cannot be stored for a very long time; in most cases, the shelf life is about two weeks or even less. If you have lots of fruits and you have no idea what to do with them, just turn them into juices. Here are a few tips you should put in mind before making fruit juice;

Get the right formula

Before making your fruit juice, ensure that you have the right formula in place. A good juice contains something earthy, something spicy, something sweet, something high-yield and something tart. This formula however has so many variations, so it is advisable that you choose your favourites in the desired quantity from the categories listed.

Peeling

 

Some fruits can be juiced with the skin- even pineapples. That is if it is done the right way. If you are using the skin, the fruits have to be very fresh and organic. However exceptions like kiwi fruit, some citrus fruits.

 

 

Juice together what you can eat together

 

This sounds quite simple, but some people don’t do this. It is important that you juice fruits that are taste alike. For example, it is okay to juice pineapples, lemons and oranges together. However when you juice something like kiwi fruit and mango, it gives your juice a whole different taste that you might not eventually like. However, you can juice any kind of fruit combination you want if it is based on some particular health reasons.

Taste as you go

 

To get the perfect taste and blend of juice, you have to taste as you go. This way, you will definitely be able to adjust accordingly. You need not bother about taking too much since it is all natural ingredients without any additives and conservatives.

Colour

An additional tip here is on the fruit juicer. It is advisable that you clean your fruit juicer as often as possible; preferably right after you are done with the entire juicing process. If you wait, the fruit residuals will stick to the juicer and after that, the juicer becomes difficult to clean.The last thing you will want to consider while making your fruit juice is the colour you want it to be. The way it looks affects the perception of how it’ll taste in your mouth. If you want your juice to look yellow or orange in colour, stick with fruits that have that colour. If you want your juice to look green, stick with apples and pears and not something else.

Finally, if you really want to enjoy all the full benefits of fruit juices, it is better to consume it fresh by making it yourself.

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