7 fruits and vegetables you should never juice

The beauty of juicing is that it can save you from the abundance of fruits and vegetables. (It’s a good problem to have, but a problem that needs a solution none-the-less.) ย Juicing means you’ll still get the nutrients, but you won’t have to nosh of raw produce for days, or come up with recipes for obscure ingredients like kohlrabi. Still there are a few fruits and vegetables that are better left whole. If you find you got carried away at the farmer’s market, or your summertime CSA overloaded you on any of these fruit and veggies, you would have a hard time turning them into juice. For this crop, the blender going to be best. Here’s a list of unjuiceables: Avocados Avocados are great in smoothies, salads โ€” and just about anything else. They’re loaded with healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals, so you definitely don’t want to let them go…

Quick and easy Indian mango lassi recipe

If you’ve ever gone out to eat at an Indian restaurant and didn’t order a mango lassi, you’re seriously missing out! The mango lassi is a popular Indian drink made by combining yogurt with mangos and milk. This cool, creamy drink is the perfect accompaniment to spicy Indian food and the subcontinent’s hot weather, yet, it’s so good, you’ll want one all of the time no matter where you live. It’s like the most delicious milkshake you’ve ever had, but so much healthier! Here’s an easy recipe that will take you 5 minutes or less. Mango Lassi Ingredients 2 ripe mangoes, peeled and diced 5 tbsp honey (or agave nectar) 1 heaping cup plain yogurt 1/4 cup milk (whole, 2%, 1%, or skim โ€” your choice!) 1 cup ice (optional) Directions Add all ingredients into blender and blend well. Scrape down sides if ingredients are getting stuck. Sample, and adjust…