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You made the transition much easier than I imagined it would be. I tried this with my not high-speed blender and it was all pulp, no juice.

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The pulp is fabulous by the spoonful in hot water; zippy and warming. Any reason why you labeled this as not freezer-friendly? Oh, I think that would be fine. I say go for it if that works best for you! Were there some suggestions on what to do with leftover pulp? As always, your recipes are simple yet sophisticated, and nourishing. And I love that approach. Thank you Thanks for this. I used ground turmeric and peeled everything left the pith on the orange and lemon and it came out of the blender so thick.

Would you recommend just consuming as a puree or is there something I could have done differently to ensure it had enough liquid to strain through? I just retested for blending and found another workaround that might be helpful. Adding this to the recipe! Hi Dana! Wonderful recipe! I did it by blending in my Vitamix and straining, and I am wondering if you have any suggestions on things to do with the leftover pulp?

I composted the last batch, but it would be great to know if there are any recipes that you use it in.

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Thanks for all your recipes!! I love your site! This looks incredible Dana! And just the type of recipe I need in our arsenal for a fresh start to the New Year! Didnt work for me.

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I made this in a Nutribullet blender, not peeling the orange or lemon as stated by Dana in the comments. I added a little water to help it along. It did not work as a juicer substitute, as I ended up with a pulp too fine to strain and too bitter and potent to drink as is.

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The instructions for blending have been updated! Hopefully that helps next time! Well, I used my vitamix, with rinds of orange and lemon and I added a cup of water, and it blended it into the consistency of a THICK smoothie. When I tried to put it through the strainer, I had to push it through with difficulty.

I gave up. So I put it back in the blender and added another cup of water. Then I tried straining it again, only to find that I had to do the same thing. This time I pushed it all through, but there was nothing left over in the strainer. This ended up definitely not being juice. And since I ended up adding so much water, it is WAY more than 2 servings.

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Hmm, sounds like you added too much water. I updated the blending instructions to be more clear.

ancelpeurosshealth.gq Thanks for the tips! The dish towel was really thin, but I think I will get a nut milk bag, and try again. Second try is a charm! Those instructions have been amended! Hopefully it goes a little smoother next time, Sarah! Could a high quality turmeric essential oil that is safe to ingest be substituted for fresh turmeric? Thanks for all the great recipes throughout the year. Happy New Year! Same question. Do we peel the ginger and turmeric?

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If using a blender, juice the lemon and orange before blending using a smaller hand held juicer. The instructions have been updated to reflect that! I just made this in my little Ninja food processor then strained and it was flawless. Next time I will add a few drops of olive oil per shot after straining, as someone suggested above.