How To Juice With Your Food Processor | Cooking Light

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Here's a quick "how to" kitchen hack for using your food processor as a juice. You don't need a pricey juicer to make fresh fruit and vegetable juices at home. Instead, make delicious juices like our Glowing Green Juice in your food processor. The yield will be the same with this technique.

1. Wash produce, and remove inedible peels, pits, seeds, and woody stems. Cut into pieces just small enough (3 inches or less) to fit through the food chute.

2. Use the grating disk to grate everything but leafy greens (such as kale and spinach). Place grated mixture in a bowl.

3. Switch to the standard blade. Add grated mixture and any leafy greens to processor; process until a smooth pulp forms.

4. Pour pulp into a fine-mesh strainer set over a bowl. Let stand 10 minutes. Press pulp gently with the back of a wooden spoon to extract any remaining juice.

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