Tomatoes, green onion, celery, and raw saurkraut make up this delicious and unique juice.
One of the most helpful juicing discoveries I ever made was in a YouTube video where they guy suggested that you can juice your raw saurkraut, and also use the liquid. This was a breakthrough idea for me! I wish I could find the video and include it here. If I ever find it, I’ll give the guy credit.
This idea helped me to make one of my favourite juices. When juice feasting, I find this tomato cocktail to be especially refreshing and a great change from the usual lemony green vegetable juices that I drink throughout most of the day.
- 3 large tomatoes, or 6 roma tomatoes (preferably organic)
- 2 stalks of green onion
- 8 celery stalks
- 1/3 cup of raw saurkraut, including the liquid
- When using a slow juicer, it’s helpful to alternate between the wet tomato and the dry celery stalks.
- Tomato gets very pulpy through the juicer. If you’re doing a juice feast and you’re paying strict attention to limiting your fibre, make sure to strain the juice. If you’re not being strict, don’t sweat it. It’s super tasty.
- This juice separates very quickly so I like to keep it in a jar with a lid so that I can put the lid back on and shake it up a few times as I drink it.
It’s a tasty, very *different* kind of juice. I hope you enjoy it!