This “juice” was the second recipe I made from the Dr. Oz weekeend cleanse. The first was breakfast quinoa. Annnnd the third was supposed to be the soup, but all 20-ish dollars of ingredients are sitting sort of rotten in my fridge right now. I’d say oops, but I’m not too bothered by it. I’ve decided to say “yes” to the invites I’d ordinarily turn down to work on a post and not let the pressure of creating new content get the best of me.
So here it is, a pressure-less post about some juice. Someone else’s juice in a pretty cup with an umbrella straw. Drinking this juice almost felt like vacation. Rather a healthy, little, non-alcoholic stay-cation (the kind where you stay in, avoid emails, and get all of your laundry taken care of). I doubled the pineapple to reaffirm the stay-cation-ness.
I drank half of the juice right away and put the remaining half in the fridge to bring with me to work. I’m usually pretty grossed out by day old smoothie, but I think the straining away of the elements allowed this juice to keep. It kept so well that I’m thinking of experimenting with creating bulk quantities of juice and keeping some in the fridge for early in the week and freezing the remaining juice for later in the week.
Any recommendations for freezing homemade juice?