A Juicing Neutralizer: Cucumbers

This post may contain affiliate links. See my disclosure policy for more details.

juice

Cucumbers are perfect to add to many juices whether they are cleansing juices or green juices—sweet or more bitter—add cucumbers to act as a neutralizer! Cucumbers are called vegetables but they are really fruit. More importantly they are almost 100% water!

Cucumbers are easily found at local grocery stores—-and many local area grocery stores may even carry up to as many as three or more varieties! If you buy one of each, you’ll see that there are small but some variations in the varieties. But again most important is that they are comprised of mainly water. With this in mind, think about your fresh juice. Is it too sweet? Too salty? Do you need to stretch out the juice into three cups instead of two? Add cucumbers.

Cucumbers will fill your fresh juice supply without really altering the taste of your favorite green juices but it more or less BALANCES out the flavor. If you were drinking lemonade that was too sweet or sour, you could add a touch of water to it to get it just right—the same with fresh juices. You can add water or again you can add cucumbers that contain mostly water. However, when you choose to add cucumbers to neutralize your fresh juices, you are also packing in Vitamin K, A, C, Calcium, & Potassium—-as well as adding the many other benefits of cucumbers!

Try balancing out your favorite juices with cucumbers today!

You can find more information about juicing in the following posts:

Try Something New: Juicing

21 Day Juicing Challenge

The Power of Juicing

Vegetable Juicing Vs. Blending

Health Benefits of Juicing

Other juicing recipes: Apple, Carrot & Spinach Juice, Super Juice Recipe , Pineapple Carrot Zinger, Apple Ginger Juice, Very Green Juice and Apple, Carrot & Celery Juice.

Make sure you checkout the rest of the juicing posts for more information and recipes!

The following two tabs change content below.
Litsa is a stay at home mom to a beautiful little girl. She is a native of Greece and now resides in Tennessee. As a former teacher, Litsa wears many hats that it takes to make a home a functioning home!

Latest posts by Litsa @How to Have it All (see all)