Juicers are typically used to extract juice from food items –Use a juicer to make your natural fruit juices like pear juice, grapefruit juice, orange juice, and apple cider, or extract homemade tomato sauce from fresh tomatoes. Extract juice from kale leaves to make green smoothies. Juice root crops like carrots, turnips, and beets. Juice wheatgrass and barley grass for use in juice fasting Other uses of a juicer include the following: Make homemade pesto by blending basil, olive oil, pine nuts, salt, and Parmesan cheese.
Extract juice from mangoes and other fruits to make homemade fruit ice cream or sorbet. Add sugar, lemon juice, and water.
Juice beetroot for use in healing arts like reiki, acupuncture, and other holistic practices. (Consult your doctor before going through alternative medicine.)
Prepare homemade broth or soup stock by juicing carrots, celery sticks, apples, cucumbers, ginger root, and garlic cloves.
Make guacamole by blending ripe avocados with lime juice and salt. (You can also add finely chopped onion, tomato, and cilantro leaves.)
Make soy milk by grinding soaked soybeans then straining them through a cheesecloth.
Use a juicer to extract homemade carrot cake icing. Mash ripe bananas, then use them to replace butter and cream in baking.
Prepare baby food by blending steamed vegetables with water.
While there are many uses of a juicer, this kitchen appliance requires thoughtful operation and extra care to make it last longer.