Happy St. Patrick's Day to everyone! Enjoy your favorite green beverage, some Irish Stew and the luck of the Irish!
Sunday, March 17, 2013
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Vegetable juice provides a wonderful way to get a variety of nutrients in liquid form. It is ideal for those fasting or simply wanting to get nourishment without chomping on something.
An interesting thing happened the other night that I feel is worth sharing. It involves a very easy and tasty way to make your own vegetable juice.
Fill the bottom of a dutch oven with about an inch of water. Place a metal steamer into the pan.
Cut up your favorite veggies. Mine included a yellow beet, onion, carrots, broccoli and mushrooms. Place the veggies onto the steamer.
Place the dutch oven onto a stovetop burner. Cook over medium heat until veggies can easily be poked with a fork or knive. Remove from heat.
Remove the veggies and place on serving platter. Then, remove the steamer and notice there is colorful liquid remaining in the plan. This is your tasty and nutritious veggie juice.
Let the juice cool. Either serve immediately or pour into large container and place in fridge for future enjoyment. You can store this juice for up to four days.
How easy is that?! Find interesting? Kindly share...