How to start a daily green juice routine when time is short

Add green juicing to your daily diet without overloading your routine.
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  • Lectures 16
  • Contents Video: 33 mins
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 10/2015 English

Course Description

Ever wondered how you can drink more green juice in less time? Is your goal to reach for a green juice instead of a coffee every morning? This course will help you design a simple strategy to achieve your juicing goal.

In this course we will together fix the reasons you don’t juice often enough by looking at the ways the process can be simplified. By the end of the course you will:

  • Add new twists to boost the flavour of a juice instantly
  • Feel motivated to use a juicer daily
  • Discover vegetables that make a juice you love
  • Know how to clean your juice machine fast

This course will help those who are new to juicing and have a busy laptop-lifestyle find the juice recipes that will fit easily into a hectic life style.

The course walks you through this with 5 short modules showing you how to put together a green juice that is so enjoyable you will want to make every day. For example, by using earthy seasonal plants to make a vegan juice there are ingredients to soften the taste. Using local seasonal produce also supports sustainable ecology.

I designed this course to be fun and useful for busy people with sit down lifestyles who are new to juicing and want to be motivated to drink green juice fast.

What are the requirements?

  • Find a juicer you will enjoy using and one that can sit out in your kitchen. A smoothie maker e.g. nutribullet will also come in handy so we can try the juices together.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Choose the best green vegetables to make a juice you love in the fastest time
  • Spot the best way to clean a juice machine in the fastest way
  • Discover exciting ingredients to change the flavour of a juice instantly

What is the target audience?

  • This green juicing course is meant for newbies or anyone wishing to get re motivated in their juicing. This is probably not for you if you are on your third juicing machine and grow your own wheatgrass.

What you get with this course?

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

00:40

Put the juice machine on a kitchen worktop where it can be left out all the time. Seeing the machine ready for use is helpful to growing a juicing habit.

03:18

Beginning by juicing your favourite fruit helps you kick start regular use of the machine.

Section 1: Which green ticks your box? Pick the perfect vegetable for you
04:25

Check out the best juice for your taste buds and find the right green veg to create it

02:18

Vegetables with a high water content make cooling juices that make a welcome rehydrating drink in Summer.

03:40

Food combinations that work on the dinner plate e.g. salads can work in juice recipes.

5 questions

Test your knowledge to find which greens work best for you so you can take your pick from the supermarket aisles and be done in no tiime

Section 2: Make a shot of it
01:28

Try making shots out of strong tasting vegetables to get a fast dose of green juice.

01:45

Find how strong kale is neat and how to sweeten the punch

01:43

Spinach is great steamed and eaten on the plate or it can be blitzed into a smoothie. Try drinking it as a shot to feel the full force of the vegetable. A small amount of juice is gained from a few handfuls of leaves.

5 questions

Find fun ways to push your juicing comfort zone

Section 3: Add natural flavours to get more out of greens
01:06

A good way to make a long green juice taste nice is to juice a small amount of fruit just be careful not to overload your drink with too many natural sugars,

01:44

A variety of sweet fruits can be used to improve the taste of a long green juice of earthy seasonal vegetables. Try pear as well as apple.

3 questions

How to make a great mix of vegetables you haven't thought about yet

Section 4: Raw Food Smoothies fit in tight schedules
00:29

Recipe idea for raw food lovers. Use green leafy veg like kale or spinach in a smoothie maker with banana, a soft fruit (e.g. mango or papaya) and coconut (or almond) milk for a smoothie full of green goodness.

01:42

Add a soft exotic fruit (e.g. papaya, kiwi or soft pineapple chunks) to a blender with green leaves such as kale or spinach plus a banana for texture. Add a liquid to get the right consistency for your smoothie (e.g. coconut or almond milk) and blitz for a great green raw smoothie. Chia seeds also make the smoothie thicker and wheatgrass powder can boost the nutrients.

3 questions

Which ingredients make perfect smoothies fast


Section 5: Clean Break
01:28

Get into a habit of cleaning your machine the fastest way so it is always ready for you to juice

Leaving the machine ready to go
03:42
3 questions

Establish a system that gets you juicing as often as possible

Section 6: Q and A
01:39

Green juicing has helped me stay productive and energised so that I can make the most of what I do. Putting together this course and sharing the recipes that motivate me with others keeps me on track. Make a commitment to what will keep your daily green juicing on track now you have the recipes that will work for your life style.

01:31

There are two popular types of juicers on the market, cold press juicers and centrifugal juicers. Cold Press Juicers are slower, more expensive and keep more nutrients in the juice it makes. Centrifugal juicers are cheaper, faster, more noisy and loses some of the nutrients in the juice it makes.

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Instructor Biography

Theatre critic and writer with over 200 reviews published. I have had 2 reviews published with The Guardian, 3 Art reviews on the Saatchi Gallery website and blogged about the Edinburgh Fringe for Whatsonstage. I have won two writing awards from Oxfordshire Theatre Company and the Oxford Playhouse. I review regularly for Daily Information.

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