1 Bunch Of Fresh Organic Spinach
1 Large Fresh Pomegranate
Serving Size 1
64 Calories Per Serving
0 Grams Of Fat
I need to personally thank Peter from London England for sending us this spinach pomegranate juice recipe for publishing. To begin the creation process, first you will want to thoroughly wash and rinse your produce under lukewarm running tap water. Next take out a sharp serrated knife, and remove all of the thick outer skin from the pomegranate. You really don't want to juice this skin for two reason, one it's rare to have a pomegranates grown organic and locally, and two the skin is quite bitter to juice. Once your produce is ready for action, take out your juice machine and set it up. Next turn the machine on, and begin feeding through it your spinach leaf first, and then your handfuls of little red juicy pomegranate seeds. Don't worry about the hard part of the seeds, your juicer will screen those out. Once you are finished, you should have a nice deep red and green liquid in your collection container. Stir the juice well, then serve it immediately. The juice also tastes great chilled over ice.