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Fennel, Apple and Ginger with a juice

Apple, Ginger and Fennel Juice combine just three ingredients. They blend so well and make a deliciously refreshing and nourishing sweet drink. Each ingredient is a nutritional powerhouse on its own, but they share a common trait: they all help create a healthy gut.

So when I say this Apple and Fennel Juice is a potent mix of nutrients, this is why:

Apples – gut healing, antioxidant-rich and a natural anti-histamine

Fennel – excellent carminative properties (helps relieve gas)

Ginger – immune building, gut healing and soothing

The ingredients really do a lot for our digestive system, individually and collectively.

Fennel, Apple and Ginger Juice

These ingredients combine to make a sweet and refreshing drink. Ginger, apple and fennel are all health promoting on their own, combined they are gut friendly and immune boosting. Perfect for a summer mocktail!
Prep Time15 mins
Total Time15 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: apple, autoimmune, dairyfree, fennel, ginger, juice, low histamine, lowgi, sugarfree, vegan, vegetarian
Servings: 2

Equipment

  • Juicer
  • Knife
  • Chopping board

Ingredients

  • 225 g fennel (about 1 bulb) fronds removed, cut into chunks
  • 320 g red apples (about 2) deseeded, cut into chunks
  • 15 g fresh ginger (about 1cm) peeled, cut into chunks

If using a blender

  • cup water cold

Instructions

Using a Juicer

  • clean, prep and cut all the ingredients and prepare your juicer equipment
  • feed ingredients into juicer
  • Serve immediately over ice and enjoy

Using a Blender

  • clean, prep and cut all the ingredients including 1½ cups of water
  • add all ingredients including the water to the blender and blend on high for at least 1 minute or until smooth
  • Remove from blender and strain ingredients through a fine mesh sieve or muslin cloth
  • *Discard pulp and enjoy the juice over ice

Notes

Storage: Use within 1 - 3 days. Separation and browning may occur, be sure to shake before serving. Frozen, it can be kept 5 - 7 days, but it is best to have fresh. 
Freeze: Can be frozen immediately after making. Be sure to leave space at the top of the container. Liquid expands when frozen and can cause the container to explode if there isn't enough room. Defrost and shake well before serving.
Ginger: If you are new to adding ginger to your diet, start with less and scale it up as you become more accustomed.
*Blender: When using a blender it may heat the ingredients up a little. You may need to put the pressed mix into a bottle and refrigerate before serving.

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Fennel, Apple and Ginger with a juice

Apple, Ginger and Fennel Juice combine just three ingredients. They blend so well and make a deliciously refreshing and nourishing sweet drink. Each ingredient is a nutritional powerhouse on its own, but they share a common trait: they all help create a healthy gut.

So when I say this Apple and Fennel Juice is a potent mix of nutrients, this is why:

Apples – gut healing, antioxidant-rich and a natural anti-histamine

Fennel – excellent carminative properties (helps relieve gas)

Ginger – immune building, gut healing and soothing

The ingredients really do a lot for our digestive system, individually and collectively.

Fennel, Apple and Ginger Juice

These ingredients combine to make a sweet and refreshing drink. Ginger, apple and fennel are all health promoting on their own, combined they are gut friendly and immune boosting. Perfect for a summer mocktail!
Prep Time15 mins
Total Time15 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: apple, autoimmune, dairyfree, fennel, ginger, juice, low histamine, lowgi, sugarfree, vegan, vegetarian
Servings: 2

Equipment

  • Juicer
  • Knife
  • Chopping board

Ingredients

  • 225 g fennel (about 1 bulb) fronds removed, cut into chunks
  • 320 g red apples (about 2) deseeded, cut into chunks
  • 15 g fresh ginger (about 1cm) peeled, cut into chunks

If using a blender

  • cup water cold

Instructions

Using a Juicer

  • clean, prep and cut all the ingredients and prepare your juicer equipment
  • feed ingredients into juicer
  • Serve immediately over ice and enjoy

Using a Blender

  • clean, prep and cut all the ingredients including 1½ cups of water
  • add all ingredients including the water to the blender and blend on high for at least 1 minute or until smooth
  • Remove from blender and strain ingredients through a fine mesh sieve or muslin cloth
  • *Discard pulp and enjoy the juice over ice

Notes

Storage: Use within 1 - 3 days. Separation and browning may occur, be sure to shake before serving. Frozen, it can be kept 5 - 7 days, but it is best to have fresh. 
Freeze: Can be frozen immediately after making. Be sure to leave space at the top of the container. Liquid expands when frozen and can cause the container to explode if there isn't enough room. Defrost and shake well before serving.
Ginger: If you are new to adding ginger to your diet, start with less and scale it up as you become more accustomed.
*Blender: When using a blender it may heat the ingredients up a little. You may need to put the pressed mix into a bottle and refrigerate before serving.

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