juices in plastic bottles in the freezer
I was recently doing a juice fast and found it to be very tedious to clean the juicer after every drink. However they say that that is when the juice is the best because after that it begins to lose its nutrients the longer it sits. So I was wondering if I juiced like 10 apples 20 oranges and whatever other juices I could think of and put all the juice from all the fruits or even veggies to if possible into 20 oz old washed out arrowhead( or whatever brand) water bottles, put it in the freezer and on Monday morning take the juice out and let it defrost over a couple of hours then drink it. Would most of the nutrients still be there or while defrosting would they dissapear just the same as juicing and then putting them in the fridge? Has anyone ever tried this, or has any suggestions/comments to this? :confused:
Thanks for your responses
I'm going to make some juice today and try freezing it and drinking it tommorrow.
Has anyone tried fruit and veggies juices, frozen and then thawed that were good? Also what is the longest I can keep the juices in my freezer?
And in response to your question Doe I have a Jack Lalaine Juicer. When I make ice cream I just eat it right out of the juicer by scooping spoonfuls out from under the lid and also the bottom, sorta off topic here but I love banana ice ream, I could eat it everyday. :p
you made chocolate that way too
You meant bananas and carob mixed and frozen to make chocolate ice cream. That's what you meant, right?
It ejects the pulp.
Although it did stop the other day while I was making ice cream. But I think I was using the baby bananas so I had to turn it off and then start it again and it works fine now.