Juicing Pumpkin Leaves

Can you Juice Pumpkin Leaves? You might be surprised to find out that pumpkin leaves, stems, flowers, seeds, and fruit are all nutritious food sources that can be juiced. I have not tried pumpkin leaves yet myself, but the nutrition data looks good. … [Read more...]

Juicing Watermelon Seeds

Question: Can you juice watermelon seeds? Yes, you can juice watermelon seeds. In fact, not only can you juice the seeds, they can be roasted and eaten just like sunflower and pumpkin seeds. Watermelon seeds provide an excellent source of … [Read more...]

Banana Juice

Can you juice bananas? You will go bananas trying to juice a banana. Trailing just behind avocados, bananas are the second hardest fruit to juice. There might be a little juice in there, but unfortunately, there is no efficient way to get to it.  If … [Read more...]

Juicing Citrus Peels and Seeds

Can you juice lemon and orange peels? Citrus peels from grapefruits, lemons, limes and oranges contain a chemical called D-Limonene.  Commercially, the oil expressed from citrus peels are powerful enough for use as cleaning solvents. Juiced peels … [Read more...]

Juicing Carrot Tops

Can you juice carrot greens? The simple answer is... There is no simple answer. Wikipedia lists the greens as an edible leaf vegetable and many other sources, mention carrot greens as a good source of vitamin K.  Meanwhile, this document published … [Read more...]

Juicing Apple Cores

Can you juice apples whole with the core and seeds? While there are plenty of people who juice whole apples with core, stem, seeds and all, I feel more inclined to core the apple and dispose of the seeds. Apple seeds are slightly toxic.  The … [Read more...]