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    • I would reduce the kale to 1 leaf, celery to 1 stalk, and omit the lemon in the Vitamix. Please let me know how it turns out!

      • I followed this exact recipe using my Vitamix. No issues at all. You just need to cut the celery, carrots and beets into smaller pieces. You also need to add cold filtered water, 1/4-1/2 cup. I mixed a couple items first, and then added the rest a little bit at a time. Then I strained out the pulp. Delicious!! Thank you for this awesome recipe!

    • I’m not sure! I got the hot pink color with all of the ingredients I listed. Sometimes they just come out looking differently, I’m not sure why!

      • I re made it this am and it came out beautifully! I think my carrots were too big and over powered the beats turning it brown before lol

    • If it’s a regular blender I would probably cook them first so they are soft. I think a vitamix would be able to handle them raw, though!

  1. I made this just now and it was delicious. So excited to see what other recipes I can find to use my new juicer, this is fun! 🙂

  2. I made it just as the recipe calls for in my vita mix it came out great!! I did add several ice cubes and also peeled my lemon I’m not sure if I was supposed to do that or not. If anything I maybe would cut back on the ginger a little bit mine was pretty gingerly but I know Ginger is good for you

  3. Can I steam the beet and the carrots because I’m using a blender and whatvcan of apple can I use and can I peel the lemon?

    • Hi Lethi!
      I have never tried blending these, so I cannot vouch for how it will turn out! I’m thinking steaming would definitely be a good idea! I’d use any kind of apple except probably not a Granny Smith. And I would peel the lemon, yes! Hope you enjoy 🙂

  4. Hi again, okay what I have is a combination of food processor and a blender. I really want to try this juice with all my heart : )

  5. Hi- i’m brand new to juicing, just started this week. Do you peel the lemon? Also, do you juice the greens on the beets? And what is a normal size carrot and Very? I want to try this juice tomorrow ☺

    • Hi Amy! I do peel the lemon. For this recipe, the beets I used didn’t have any greens, but I’m sure that would work and add extra nutrition! I think if you just use 3 carrots that are around 75-100g each (not baby carrots) your juice will turn out amazing 🙂

  6. I am kind of new to juicing. Can I purchase vegetables in advance and would the juice have the same potency through a week’s worth of storage?

    • Hi Nancy!
      I’m not too familiar with the Ninja but I’m pretty sure it’s more of a blender than a juicer. If you’re blending all of this together, I would definitely add water – I’m sure it will still taste delicious!

    • I’m not entirely sure, but in my experience it starts losing some of its potency and the flavor starts deteriorating by the next day. I recommend drinking it as soon as you can for maximum taste and benefits 🙂

  7. Is this type of water taken daily for weight loss or not, Annie? And how long? I am interested in this matter.
    Have a nice day!

    • Hi Standa! This isn’t necessarily a juice intended for weight loss. It is a delicious juice with tons of health and nutrition benefits 🙂

  8. Hi standa !this isn’t necessarily a juice and food intended for weight loss. It is a delicious juice with tons of health and nutrition benefits

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