If you haven’t read my Juicing Experiment for Beginners (part 1). You may do so by visiting and reading it first. If you already have, good! This is the second part of my juicing experiment.

This is my second time to juice!

My leftover fruits from the market are the following:

  • Lemons
  • 1/2 Cucumber
  • Green apples
  • Pear
  • Orange
  • Mangoes
  • Carrot

I juiced the fruits and put each fruit in each individual bottles. This is how they looked:

2 Green Apples + 2 Ripe mangoes + 1 Pear + 1/2 Cucumber + 1 Carrot & 1 Orange (I was out of bottles, so I just combined these two.)

On this second juicing experience, I noticed that I was more organized. My hands are dry most of the time. But I used the juicer ‘presser’ to turn on and off the switch. Is it bad for the juicer?

Bowls, chopping board, spoon, and knife have their own designated places. I have a bigger container for the pulp.
Here are a few things I have observed while juicing:
  1. Pears make a loud noise. Like the juicer will break down.
  2. Green apple pulp turned brown very quickly.
  3. As well as its juice. It turns brown.
  4. I stored my leftover fruits inside the refrigerator overnight. It made the carrot dry. I got a little juice out of it.
  5. Cucumber, pear, and green apple juice have low viscosity. Opposite of bananas and mangoes.
  6. Pear and green apple juices are so sweet!
  7. I am still not a fan of cucumber juices. I like it when they are mixed with other fruits.
The next thing I did was follow the recipe and combine the fruit juices. They were:
  • Cucumber + Pear + Green apples
  • Carrot + Orange
  • Mango (alone on its own)
I took them out for a walk and photo op. They turned out a little photogenic in my eyes:
Carrot+Orange+Juice Mango+Juice
Okkkaaaaaayyyyy, that’s it for today..
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