september juice recipe

September 6, 2014

september juice recipe // forage + fodder

september is a strange time in texas. by definition, this month signifies the start of cooler temps and long anticipated sweater weather, but it never quite looks like that here. this september juice recipe is refreshing enough for the 90 degree heat, but still has a hint of those savory fall flavors that we simply cannot wait to see.

september juice recipe // forage + fodder

september juice recipe // forage + fodder

i realize that most of the time my measurements are pretty subjective – a handful of this, a pinch of that, and that’s because our tastes are subjective too! we truly want to encourage y’all to play with flavors and amounts til you find what you love. isn’t that the whole point really? this is also the case with our september juice. it can be as sweet or as savory as you’d like. not a fan of pineapple? swap it with an apple or two. and the ginger amount is a mild suggestion that is easily palatable. if you love ginger, then really go for it! if parsley doesn’t do it for you, try some fresh mint in it’s place.

september juice recipe // forage + fodder

september juice recipe

1 small pineapple

12 carrots

2″ piece of fresh ginger, peeled

2 handfuls of fresh parsley

quarter and core your pineapple, and be sure to rinse all of the produce before processing through your juicer. we recommend starting with the pineapple and carrots, and then adding the ginger and parsley to taste. juice what we recommend, taste, and see if you want more of that flavor. other than that, juice it, stir it, and enjoy!

*makes 1-2 quarts because we like to juice a few days worth at a time

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