An autumn energizing vitamin bomb – a picture story on the production

Due to the fact, that my tiny tot was sick and I am at home with her, I decided to do a basic version of an autumn energizing vitamin bomb. Therefore I invite you to take a look, with indulgence, at the picture story on how to make it 🙂

To execute this recipe you need: equipment, ingredients, the head chef and the sous-chef; in my case those are: my own kitchen, a juicer, eight carrots, four apples, a half of celery, ginger, me and my daughter – and it all looks like this:

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Generally, when you use this type of juicer, you don’t have to peel your vegetables and fruits – it is sufficient to wash and scrub them well, but today we have chosen a peeler after all.

After few minutes of peeling, cutting and motivating my sous-chef, our working place was ready 🙂

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Now the best part of the whole fun – juicing…

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Yeees… another few minutes and it’s ready. As can be seen, the head chef and the sous-chef are satisfied with the cooperation.

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Now it is time to fill in the glasses…

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…and testing…

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…finally, by the mutual decision the product has been accepted and recognized as fit for final consumption :)))

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 I recommend this kind of juice for everyone, not only during sickness, but also prophylactically – especially during the season of catching cold.

  • Carrots are rich source of carotenoids and microelements which increase your immunity;
  • Apples are underrated by most of us, great source of vitamin C, pectin, potassium and iron;
  • Celery –only few people realize that it has two times more vitamin C than popular citrus fruits, it also has considerable amounts of vitamin B and E. It also has the greatest amount of phosphorus among all root vegetables, calcium, zinc, potassium, and even some amounts of magnesium and iron;
  • Finally ginger – it’s full of vitamin, it contains also calcium, phosphorus and potassium. Ginger has warming and anti-inflammatory effect, improves brain blood flow, promotes circulation and helps to burn fat – and in addition it has a fantastic energizing aroma.

All in all – it’s a bomb made of vitamin, microelements and more. This is of course a basic version; it also goes great with citrus fruit juice, red beet and parsley. For adults I also recommend hot spices containing capsaicin, which provides a warming effect, increases metabolism and improves burning fat, and also herbs, which can dramatically change the taste of a juice and transform an ordinary vegetable mix into a Mediterranean delicacy.

Me and my sous-chef recommend to use this recipe as frequently as possible 🙂

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