Day 6 of Juicing: Homemade V8 Juice

This delicious raw juice is a much healthier version of the store bought pasteurized version. This raw version is full of nourishing vitamins, minerals and living enzymes.

Ingredients:

  • 1 beet
  • ½ red bell pepper
  • 6 carrots
  • 4 tomatoes
  • 2 stalks celery
  • handful of spinach
  • ¼ cup onion, diced
  • 1 garlic
  • sea salt to taste (opt)
  • cayenne pepper (opt)

Directions:

Wash and chop ingredients in order to fit in the juicer feed. Juice and drink immediately.

  1. Looking good and great recipe! I also make my own raw juices and they are the best for vitality and health and always good fun to make too. Enjoy

  2. Ok, I know I’m not right. My absolute first thought was to add vodka to this and serve them for our annual Mother’s Day Brunch! But hey, what better way to get my slacker friends and family into juicing?

  3. DeAnne, if you don’t already have a juicer then I would say go ahead and use your Vitamix, the result be be more like a raw soup/smoothie consistency but I’m sure will taste good. When I posted this recipe I was actually on a juice feast.

  4. Thank you so much for this recipe. I just made it minutes ago and am sipping on it now, so DELICIOUS! I am on day 15 of my 40 day juice fast and this has definitely added variety to my routine.

  5. I love this juice! I have made it at least 5 or 6 times in the last month. I am starting a juice fast tomorrow, and plan to have this juice daily. Thanks for the great recipe!

  6. I have just found your site and am very excited. I am wanting to begin juicing and have all of your recipes. One questions right off the top, is this all you drink and/or eat all day or does it replace one meal?

  7. René de Beaumarchais

    If you guys are looking for the best juicer on the market, consider the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth 67650.

    It’s Consumer Reports’ best juicer (4/5 for juicing, 5/5 convenience and 2/5 for noise).

    It’s 50$ on Amazon USA, cheapo! I got one myself and it’s really respectable, although it does make a lot of noise! Just shut it in-between loading.

    I swear I’m not a Hamilton Beach shill! :)

  8. i invested in a NutriBullet to start juicing. i am interested in doing the juice diet, i have recently discovered a lump in my breast what combination of juices can i use?

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  14. aristonarchist

    Thanks for the recipe on the vegetable based home made juice. The recipe you have suggested include ingredients rich in vitamins and minerals, and the way you have blended them together is absolutely creative. Keep up your good work in sharing the pride to be a veggie.

  15. I just made this and added cucumber and parsley. I doubled the recipe, too, so now I can drink it all day!! Thanks:)

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