This recipe is endless, because from a pulp of squeezed fruits a tasty banana vegan, non-wheat-flour muffins could be made later!
- for warm days to refresh the body
Before you start:
|Passive time||active time||equipment needed||servings|
|4-8 h||15 min||juicer||2|
|PASSIVE TIME is time before, during or after food preparation when nothing should be done, just waiting||soaking, sprouting, cooling down, freezing|
|ACTIVE TIME is factual time spent in a kitchen for preparation||cutting, washing, boiling, crashing, mixing|
|EQUIPMENT NEEDED||specific kitchen equipment, if not counting regular tools like pots, spoons or knifes|
PASSIVE TIME for this recipe is time for fruits to sit on a counter overnight or at least 4 hours before juicing (if fruits were in a refrigerator before). While fruits are taken out from a refrigerator and put to a warmer place (on a counter), warm will produce more natural sugar in fruits, they will be much tastier and juicy.
|water||100 ml||3 oz|
|cup||US measuring cup, equal to 240 ml of water|
How to make it:
- peel grapefruits and remove fiber partitions form a pulp
- remove the seed section form apples and cut them into pieces
- turn on a juicer and juice!
- take a pulp of processed fruits and put it into a juicer once again
- dilute the juice with water and it’s ready!
TIPS & WHY
- fiber of grapefruit should be removed before juicing, because:
- it has bitter taste
- banana-vegan muffins will be cooked later, so, there is no need to chew non-tasty bitter fiber in muffins!
- pulp of processed fruits should be squeezed twice, because:
- it produces more juice
- pulp for banana-vegan muffins should not be too moist, it should be squeezed well for not to over-moisten a dough
Recipe of vegan-banana muffins is coming in a next Wednesday’s post!
Photos by Dr. A. Palatronis on www.z-antenna.com
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