Here’s how it’s done:
Step 1 – Buy your celery of choice – organic or conventional, it still needs to be washed. So I buy what’s on sale.
Step 2 – Run water through the stalks of the lettuce to get a lot of the dirt off
Step 4 – Chop the stem off, cut the stalks in half and place them in the tub for about 3 minutes agitating it a bit to get all the gunk off
Step 5 – Place celery stalks in a strainer and run water through it one last time
Step 6 – Juice, enjoy and store the rest
I juice enough for 24 hours and save the rest in the fridge knowing that since I’m storing my celery clean, it’ll last well over a week. But who am I kidding. I’m hooked on this juice now so it won’t be stored for long.
I follow these steps every single week. And it goes for all our fruits, herbs and vegetables, not just celery.
I invest about $20 a month on my Eat Cleaner and I know for a fact my body and health are paying me back tenfold for it. Not just mine but my family’s as well. You can’t put a price t ag on that. It’s a wonderful feeling and for that I am forever greatful. Thank you Eat Cleaner. ?
“It’s much easier to embrace life and it’s challenges when we feel strong and healthy”