Make your own apple juice: how do you do it?

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People with apple trees are undoubtedly familiar with the phenomenon: September is synonymous with (an abundance of) apples! You can of course eat it right away, process it in applesauce or use it for apple pie . But it is just as tasty to make a fresh fruit juice from it. One where you immediately feel the vitamins flowing into your body. But how can you make the best apple juice?

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Apple juice with a blender

Peel the apples, remove the core and cut them into pieces. Put the apple pieces in your blender and add a splash of water. Blend until everything is mixed, it is normal that you still see pulp.

For nice clear apple juice, you can strain the contents of the blender jar. This is best done with cheesecloth, although you can also use a fine sieve. Either way, try to squeeze as much juice out of the pulp as possible, maximum profit is what you want!

Making apple juice without a machine

To be fair, apple juice is best made with a machine. If you don’t have one, you can try peeling the apples and then grating them in cheesecloth. Once grated? Then make a bag of the cheesecloth and squeeze out as much of the juice as possible.

You can help that process by freezing the grated apple overnight (and thawing it again to room temperature) before squeezing the juice from the pulp. This will cause the apple to soften and release moisture more easily.

Variations on apple juice

Pure apple juice is already very tasty, although there are of course plenty of variants to vary it. For example, we are fond of apple-beet juice. Not only do the beets give the apple juice an earthy taste (which you have to love), the two are also in season at the same time. That makes it not only a tasty, but also a practical combo to make juice together.

Ginger is also such a seasoning that actually provides every type of fruit with a pleasant reinforcement. And if you want to consume as many vegetables as possible, don’t shy away from adding carrots, cucumbers and/or celery to the mix.

Enjoy it!

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