Ready In: 15 Minutes
- 1 knob ginger
- 3 apples
- 2 medium-sized zucchini
1. Prepare ginger
Peel the ginger using a small knife and cut it into small pieces. I love ginger but have
to say that it’s incredibly spicy.
2. Wash & cut
Wash the rest of the vegetables and fruit and cut them into bite-sized pieces. I usually soak the veggies and fruit in 1 tsp of baking soda for ten minutes, especially if
they are not spray-free and organic.
Pass the ingredients through the juicer.
4. Ready to serve!
Stir the juice and then pour over ice or freeze into popsicles.
This recipe was adapted from Joe Cross, who is an Australian entrepreneur, author, and filmmaker. Cross promotes a diet rich in different vegetables and fruits and also enjoys juicing.
I have to say that I do not endorse going on juice diets. However, juicing could be a handy way to add extra nutrients to diet and give the digestive system a bit of a break.
Rentia is a qualified dietitian and chef who has worked in the food industry for the last decade, collaborating with companies such as Nandos and McCain, helping them with food product and recipe development.
She has had, and overcome, her struggles with food allergies and sensitivities and learned to navigate a pain disorder. She is well aware of the impact that food has on our physical and emotional well-being and believes that the food we consume is one of the best tools for healing available.
Rentia sees herself as a champion for healthy eating but is also a foodie at heart. Her passion is to enable people to eat foods that heal and nourish without making them feel deprived, and her special focus lies in child and maternal nutrition.
Rentia is hosting cooking classes at different venues around Auckland and is also seeing clients at her practice, and through a tailored and client-based approach is assisting them to get back on the path of health and recovery. You can find Rentia at The Healing Plate.