Juicing in Bulk

by Rachel
(San Antonio, TX)

Q: I would like to drink my juices for breakfast and lunch. Can I juice enough for two servings in the morning, saving one portion for my lunch?

A: Hi Rachel! Yes, absolutely, you can juice your juices in the morning and then save the rest for later. People do this all the time. It's always best to juice and then drink it immediately because it starts to lose nutrients and oxidizes as time passes on.

However, it's fine to drink your juices within 8 hours, but unless you have a very good juicer (green star, norwalk, etc) then you really shouldn't drink your juices if they are older then 24 hours, and that's sort of pushing it. But if you are just going to wait about four hours or so, that's just fine.

If you are at home for breakfast and lunch, you can just store it in a glass in the fridge(amber or dark colored, the better). If you are taking it on-the-go or for errands, then a stainless steel container is the best.

My article about juicing on the go might interest you.

Happy Juicing!

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