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Look Younger Live Longer Juice

Course: Drinks

This is a great juice to make in fall when most of the ingredients are in season in September and October. Grapes, apples, cucumbers, and kale are all easy to find in stores right now, and if you grow a garden you may even have some of your own homegrown produce. The cucumber plants in our garden have been huge producers this year, and we have been blessed with gorgeous dark green cukes that just keep coming. And our kale is thriving in the cooler days and nights of the Pacific Northwest and we expect to harvest it well into November.



  • 2 cups of green Grapes organic, as all your ingredients should be. Grapes are routinely at the top of the Environmental Working Group's Dirty Dozen List, so buy organic and keep the pesticides out of your body.
  • 2 green Apples Granny Smith are best, but other green(ish apples work well too, such as Gravenstein)
  • 2 medium to large Cucumbers
  • 1 stalk Celery
  • 3 leaves of Kale
  • 1/2 Lime


  1. Juice all ingredients except for the lime. You can change the amounts of the ingredients, but the amounts listed here will give you a GREAT tasting juice, so I encourage you to try this recipe as is. You will get about 48 oz of juice, that's four large juice glasses or four 12 oz mason jars. Drink one or two fresh and put the rest in the fridge.
  2. Squeeze the lime into the juice just before you drink it to maximize the Vitamin C content. Start with a few drops first and taste it, it's easy to make the juice to "limey" and drown out all the other delicious flavors that harmonize so beautifully.... Can you tell I love this juice? :)