In this section of our website you will find an additional database of spinach based juice recipes. Some of them are way off the beaten path, but do be sure to try them all at least once, even if you're not sure how they'll taste. I can't guarantee that you'll like the taste of all of them, but I can assure you that they are all extremely healthy, and contain many vital minerals and nutrients that your body needs to keep itself healthy and vibrant. Our spinach juice portal is the largest website on planet earth which is dedicated entirely to this extremely healthy juice blend, offering tons of recipes that you will find nowhere else. I would also like to point out that our staff accepts user submitted spinach based juice recipes. If you have a recipe that you would like us to share with our visitors, then simply send it to us by email. Our only requirement with regard to user submitted recipes, is that they be originally authored by the person submitting them.
Over the years, I have found that spinach juice goes great mixed with other vegetables. For example the next time you make some homemade spinach juice, try juicing four to six large carrots with it. Spinach carrot juice tastes absolutely wonderful, as the carrots have a high glycemic index, and will sweeten up the somewhat bitter tasting plain spinach juice. Other vegetables that work great juiced with spinach, are beets, celery, kale, leafy green lettuce, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, fresh ginger root, and many others. These mixed vegetable juice tonics can provide your body with an absolute mega dose of essential vitamins and minerals. If you are a regular home juicer, then be sure to get yourself acquainted with what type of vitamins and minerals are contained in each specific vegetable, that way you can sort of regulate your nutritional intake, making sure that you regularly cover the whole vitamin and mineral spectrum with your juicing.
Spinach juice obviously tastes wonderful juiced alongside most fruits. My personal favorites are spinach apple juice, and spinach coconut water juice. If you are a regular spinach juice drinker, then be sure to juice your spinach along with locally grown seasonal fruits. Spinach tastes great juiced with peaches, plums, figs, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, cherries, black grapes, green grapes, kiwi, pineapple, and many others. As is the case with vegetable spinach juice blends, spinach juice fruit blends are usually loaded with tons of essential vitamins and minerals. Fruit will also help to mellow out the somewhat grassy or herby tasting plain spinach juice. I do like plain spinach juice, however I will admit that it does take some getting used to. Many juice drinkers never allow themselves to get to the point where they can enjoy plain spinach juice, which in my experience only took a few weeks to fully adapt my taste buds towards.
Spinach juice can be mixed with not only other fruit and vegetable juices, it also tastes great mixed with other more off the beaten path ingredients. For example, I absolutely love fresh spinach juice mixed on a half and half basis with homemade honey sweetened almond milk. Spinach juice will also taste great mixed with rice milk, soy milk, hemp milk, oat milk, or any other non dairy based milk. You could try to mix it with regular cows milk, however you might have some issues with the milk curdling on contact with the acidic juice. Spinach juice also tastes great in creamy smoothies mixed with yogurt, raw rolled oats, whole fruits and nuts, honey, agave nectar, and many other ingredients. So don't limit yourself to what you can mix spinach juice with, especially if you aren't particularly fond of the natural plain grassy taste. Spinach juice is so healthy for you that it would be a shame to miss out on it just because you don't like the herby flavor.