Carrot, celery, and apple juice with sorrel
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Carrot, celery, and apple juice with sorrel
  Vegetables    Celery    Apple    Juice    Carrots  
Last updated 6/12/2012 12:44:37 AM. Recipe ID 4127. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Carrot, celery, and apple juice with sorrel
 Categories: Vegetables, Fruits
      Yield: 10 Servings
 
      3 lb Of fresh whole carrots
      1    Or 2 stalk of celery
      1    Granny Smith apple
      3    To 6 sorrel leaves to taste
 
  This juice requires the use of a juice machine such as the Champion,
  the Juice Man, Olympic, or the like. The sorrel adds a nice lemony
  tartness to the drink that helps the celery balance the sweetness of
  the carrots. For the apple, use no other than the Granny Smith, its
  sour flavor is an essential ingredient to this juice.
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  Clean the carrots and remove any green parts. Wash the celery but do
  not remove the leaves. Cut the granny smith apple into 1/8th segments
  and remove the bitter seed pod. Rinse the sorrel leaves. Run
  everything through the juicer starting with the carrots. After one or
  two carrots have been run through the machine put the celery and
  sorrel through and then alternate carrots and apples until they are
  gone. Strain the juice through a couple layers of cheesecloth or a
  fine strainer to remove the pulp that makes it through the juicer
  screen if desired (this will produce a clear juice devoid of the
  grittyness, that some people do like).
 




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Recipe ID 4127 (Apr 03, 2005)

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