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Juicing | New World Seeds & Tubers

Last time I talked to Tom on the phone, he was all fired up about juicing vegetables.

I’ve been giving thought to vegetable juice too. For one thing, I don’t like my kids drinking all that sugar. Fruit is too sweet. When you juice it, the sugar hits your bloodstream all the faster.

Of course some vegetables are pretty darn sweet too, and precisely the ones that tend to get juiced: sweet potatoes, beets, and carrots!

How about non-sweet or less-sweet vegetables? So many possibilities. We’re going to start experimenting.

Then of course there is our favorite not-too-sweet fruit (to me, a tomato is obviously a fruit, and a berry at that): tomatoes. Tomatoes are already popular as juice. How about using exotically colored tomatoes, to get new mixes of phytonutrients, and new colors of juices?

What do you think?

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