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Amazing Green Apple, Lemon & Vanilla

This recipe is our go-to drink when we want to treat ourselves and impress friends. Including the lemon rind not only boosts the vitamin content from the lemon by 5-10x, but it also delivers a wonderful sherbet-like flavour when paired with the green apple. Just make sure you cut that lemon into 9+ pieces as this will help the Hurom press the most out of that tough rind.

The Hurom does a supreme job of scraping the precious vanilla seeds from the bean husk. In order to maximise this process and get the maximum antioxidant goodness and creamy flavour profile of the vanilla, make sure you cut the bean into 1cm pieces which will help avoid the husk clogging the Hurom.

Oh, and just when you thought it couldn't get any better... try throwing in a few strawberries to really send this extraordinary tasting juice into another orbit.

Amazing Green Apple, Lemon & Vanilla
  • 4 green apples
  • 1/2 lemon including skin
  • 1 vanilla bean
  • 4-6 strawberries

Green Machine

As any Hurom owner will tell you, the key to consistent regular juicing is speed and convenience - two things that the Hurom excels in. But there's another almost equally important aspect to juicing and especially juicing for health which is often overlooked. And it's that of taste. You can have the healthiest juice in the world but if it tastes woeful then who's going to want to drink that on a regular basis? We developed the Green Machine after having made all too many green juices which tasted frankly awful.

Now we're not going to tell you that this recipe has everything you'll ever need in a juice, but if you're in a rush and just want to get a good dose of vital green juice into you, and you want it to taste great, then Green Machine is the juice for you. Again, the combination of the green apple (which has a comparatively low sugar content compared with most fruits) and lemon works wonders and overrides any yuk factor that your choice of leafy green brings to the party.

Green Machine
  • 4 green apples
  • 1/2 lemon including skin
  • Bunch of your favourite seasonal greens

Virgin Mary

This is a recipe we shared with one of the world's top cocktail bars, the members club @ The Ivy in Sydney. It's fair to say it blew the staff away at the Hurom demonstration.

A Virgin Mary (or Bloody Mary if you so chose!) is much improved by doing away with the standard bottled tomato juice and instead building the juice up from scratch with an all-fresh ingredient cast that will blow your mind with flavours and nutrients. We encourage you to play around with the quantities to suit your tastes - we love to double the chili and garlic for a particularly spicy palette.

Virgin Mary
  • 3-4 tomatoes
  • 1/2 red capsicum
  • 1/2 cup cucumber
  • 1/2 cup carrots
  • 1 celery stick
  • 1 garlic clove, peeled
  • 1 hot chili

Cocomondilla Milk

Nectar of the Gods? Well modesty prevents us from making that claim in so many words but this all-raw, dairy free milk is about as good as it gets.

Firstly you need to soak your almonds (chemical free or organic if possible) over night in a bowl of water (fill to an inch above the almonds) with 1/2 tsp of good quality salt. We keep the bowl in the fridge to ensure the almonds are cool for processing which ensures the best press in the Hurom. The next day, rinse the almonds thoroughly (this removes the enzyme inhibitors which are not digestive friendly) in a colander and mix in the 1cm cut pieces of vanilla.

Now for the fun part - simply place a handful of almonds into the Hurom feeder chute whilst pouring in your chilled coconut water. Pouring the coconut water from a bottle makes this job easier. For those of you with a Juice Cap fitted to your Hurom, this process is simplified further by closing the Juice Cap and managing the proportions based on the bowl capacity.

Variants of this milk can be made by using different nuts such as brazil nuts, macadamias and hazelnuts. You can switch the coconut water for just filtered water and sweeten with dried fruit (dates and figs work great) which has been soaked in a small amount of water overnight (include the syrup that results in this process!).

Finally, if you want to make the most amazing chocolate milk you'll ever taste, simply soak 50gms of cacao nibs in coconut water over night and process through the Hurom with the nuts.

Cocomondilla
  • 200-250g Raw Almonds
  • 800 ml Coconut Water
  • 1 Vanilla Bean
  • 50g cacao nibs (optional for chocolate milk)

Orange Juice

Oranges have Vitamin C, flavinoid and beta-carotene to prevent ageing, strengthen the immune system and raise resistance against sickness and cancer.

orange juice
orange juice
  1. Peel the fruit and cut into sixths.
  2. Use either strainer - the finer one will result in a clearer juice
  3. Put the prepared orange pieces into the Slow Juicer

Run the extracted juice through the Slow Juicer a second time for even clearer juice and less residue left in the strainer.

Grape Juice

The purple colour of the grape juice is caused by the presence of flavonoids which can prevent blood clots, strengthen the heart and promote muscular strength. Also present are pectins and tannins which are great for the digestive system.

grape juice
Grape Juice
  1. Wash and separate the grapes
  2. Run grapes through the Slow Juicer
  3. Run the extracted juice through the Slow Juicer

Add a watermelon! Juicing watermelon with grapes increases absorption and makes for an effective diuretic.

Don't run the extracted grape residue through the Slow Juicer as this may damage the machine.

Strawberry Juice

Strawberries are high in Vitamin C, a key ingredient for cell healing, detoxifying. One serving - around eight strawberries - contains more than an orange and will provide your recommended daily dose.

strawberry juice
strawberry juice
  1. Wash strawberries and remove the stem
  2. Run strawberries through the Slow Juicer
  3. Run the extracted strawberries through a second time to maximise juice

Apple Juice

Apples are abundant in vitamins and minerals and are a great source of fibre. They can assist digestion and absorption of iron and contain citric acid which relieves stress and fatigue.

apple juice
apple juice
  1. Wash apples, leaving the peel on, cut into sixths and remove the core
  2. Use the fine strainer for a clearer juice
  3. Run the prepared apple through the Slow Juicer

Add a tangerine or an orange to your apple juice for a great tasting juice that won't oxidise and turn brown.

Kiwi Juice

Kiwis are abundant in Vitamin C which can help controls ageing and prevent cancer and cataracts. It is helpful in smoothing skin and stress and is also good for smokers

kiwi juice
kiwi juice
  1. Cut the top and bottom off the kiwi and lightly brush with a brush to remove the fine hairs. Cut into halves, leaving the peel on
  2. Use the fruit strainer and run the prepared kiwi slowly through the slow juicer
  3. Run the extracted kiwi through a second time to maximise juice

Kiwis come in gold and green varieties and the nutrition in each differs slightly. The green kiwi is more sour and good for dietary purposes. The gold kiwi is sweet and is a great snack for picky kids that need vitamins and minerals

Pomegranate Juice

Pomegranates contain the female hormone estrogen so it is effective for women going through menopause. The seeds contain estrogen and the pulp contains vitamins to give energy and treat high blood pressure and blood clots.

Pomegranate Juice
Pomegranate Juice
  1. Open the outer peel and take out the fruit
  2. Put the prepared fruit into the Slow Juicer

Add an apple to your juice. Not only will it taste great, but it will aid extraction of the pomegranate.

Don't run the extracted pomegranate residue through the Slow Juicer as this may damage the machine..

Wheatgrass Juice

Wheatgrass is abundant in vitamins and minerals. It increases circulation, lowers blood pressure and keeps blood vessels strong.

wheatgrass juice
wheatgrass juice
  1. Group wheatgrass into a bunch and run through the juicer
  2. Give the juice time to extract before inserting the next bunch
  3. If the cover won't open, press the reverse and then normal rotation button several times

Wheatgrass can be easily grown at home or bought from the Internet or local growers.

Carrot Juice

Carrots are full of beta-carotene, a type of Vitamin A, which can improve eyesight and prevent the effects of ageing.

carrot juice
carrot juice
  1. Wash the carrot and remove the ends. Leave the skin on and cut into finger-sized pieces
  2. Run the carrots through the juicer. If the operation stops, press the reverse button.
  3. Run the extracted juice through the juicer a second time

Alternate carrot with apple for more moisture and better extraction.

Cabbage Juice

Cabbage is a great source of fibre, boosts cell repair and can reduce the risk of some cancers. Boiling cabbage can reduce these benefits so juicing is a great way to make the most of its nutritional value.

cabbage juice
cabbage juice
  1. Wash the cabbage and cut into two-inch chunks
  2. Run the cabbage through the juicer
  3. Run the extracted juice through the juicer a second time

Add a pear for a sweeter juice and to aid extraction.

Broccoli Juice

Broccoli contains selenium which can help prevent cancer.

broccoli juice
broccoli juice
  1. Wash the broccoli, leave stems attached and cut into florets
  2. Run the broccoli through the juicer
  3. Run the extracted juice through the juicer a second time

Celery Juice

Celery has an abundance of fibre and can aid digestion, as well as lower cholesterol and prevent the signs of ageing.

celery juice
celery juice
  1. Wash the celery and cut into short lengths so the fibres don't get caught in the mechanism
  2. Insert the celery slowly. If the operation stops, press the reverse button.
  3. Run the extracted juice through the juicer a second time

Add an orange for flavour and more pleasant smell.

Walnut Soy Milk

Walnut Soy Milk
Walnut Soy Milk
  1. Soak soybeans overnight
  2. Boil soaked soybeans in water for 2-3 minutes, cool
  3. Mix equal quantities of soybeans, walnuts and milk
  4. Put the mixture through the Slow Juicer
  5. After juicing, run a little extra milk through to extract the remaining residue in the strainer

Use water for a dairy-free alternative.

Almond Corn Milk

A delicious drink that is abundant with essential vitamins and protein.

Almond Corn Milk
Almond Corn Milk
  1. Cut the kernels off the corn by running a sharp knife down the length of corn using a sawing motion
  2. Mix equal quantities of corn, almonds and milk
  3. Put the mixture through the Slow Juicer
  4. After juicing, run a little extra milk through to extract the remaining residue in the strainer

Natural Fruit Sorbet

Sorbet is a delicious way to enjoy your favourite fruits. And with no added milk or cream the natural fruit flavours are the star. Some suggested flavours are watermelon, grape or orange or you can experiment with combinations.

fruit sorbet
fruit sorbet
  1. Cut fruit into half-inch cubes and run through the Slow Juicer
  2. Mix the extracted juice with honey or agave syrup to taste (approx 1 tbsp per 100ml of juice)
  3. Pour mixture into a shallow metal dish, cover and freeze
  4. After three hours remove from freezer, scrape with a fork and return to the freezer

When fruit juice is frozen, the sugar content decreases which is why it is beneficial to add a sweetener before freezing the juice.

Pineapple Frozen Yoghurt

A delicious treat with tangy fruit juice and fresh yoghurt.

frozen yoghurt
frozen yoghurt

Ingredients: 300ml pineapple juice, 200ml plain yoghurt, 3tbsp condensed milk

  1. Peel the pineapple, cut into one-inch chunks and run through the Slow Juicer
  2. Mix the juice with the yoghurt and condensed milk
  3. Pour mixture into a shallow metal dish, cover and freeze
  4. Every 1-2 hours, remove from freezer, scrape with a fork and return to the freezer

Citrus juices taste better with yoghurt than they do with milk or cream.

Strawberry Ice-cream

A tasty treat that's full of flavour and nutrients.

Strawberry Ice-cream
Strawberry Ice-cream

Ingredients: 300ml strawberry juice, 5tbsp powdered skim milk, 3tbsp condensed milk, 1 egg yolk, 100ml cream

  1. Rinse the strawberries and run through the Slow Juicer
  2. Mix powdered skim milk, condensed milk and egg yolk together
  3. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until mixture comes to a boil. Set aside to cool
  4. Whip the cream then mix in the strawberry mixture
  5. Pour mixture into a shallow metal dish, cover and freeze
  6. Every 1-2 hours, remove from freezer, scrape with a fork and return to the freezer