🥕 500 g carrots
🍠 200 g ginger
🍠 50 g turmeric
🍋 150 g lemons (three small or two large lemons)
🥄 1/2 teaspoon black pepper (to taste)
Ginger-turmeric shot recipe
While celery is currently the most popular vegetable to juice for health, we think that ginger-turmeric shots are even healthier. Ginger and turmeric can have a beneficial effect on digestion, pain, inflammation, and immune system support. We've tried a few recipes and this is our favorite.
- This recipe will make about a half liter of juice, depending on the juicer and the quality of the produce.
- This is a strong recipe, and designed to be consumed in small quantities. We recommend no more than 100 ml at a time.
- You can also dilute the juice with water if it is too strong.
- Make sure to store any unused juice in the fridge. It will keep its nutritional properties up to 48 hours.
- To keep it longer, we recommend a vacuum pitcher like the Sana Vacuum Pitcher.
🥕 500 g carrots
- Wash and clean all ingredients. We recommend the Sana scrubbing gloves for the carrots and ginger.
- Cut the tops and bottoms off the carrots. For a better juice yield, soak the carrots in a bowl of water for at least 30 minutes.
- Peel the lemons and cut into quarters.
- Use the fine juicing screen of your juicer includes both a fine and coarse screen.
- To lessen discoloration from the turmeric, juice it and the lemons at the very end and immediately rinse the juicing parts.
- Add the pepper to the finished juice. Black pepper increases turmeric absorption uo to 20 times.
Video: Ginger-turmeric shots
- great at juicing any ingredient, but excels with root vegetables and leafy greens
- good juice yield
- slow speed juicing to minimize oxidation
- includes both fine and coarse juicing screens
- includes homogenizing screen for nut butters, nut milks, sorbet, baby food, pasta, herb and coffee grinding, and more
- includes high-quality stainless steel pulp container and glass 1-liter juice bowl
- 5 year warranty on parts, 10 year warranty on motor