Blackberry Carrot Juice Recipe
Blackberries are ideal for juicing, as it filters out all of those little pesky blackberry seeds. To begin this recipe you will first want to take out your juice machine and plug it in.
If your juicer has been stored away for a lengthy period of time, be sure to inspect it so that it's clean and sterile.
Next scrub and rinse your carrots under cool running tap water, following that step by washing and rinsing your blackberries. Since we are based in Oregon, we use Oregon blackberries, which are still to date the best tasting blackberries I have ever had.
You are now ready to begin juicing, so place a tall glass under your juice spout, turn it on, and begin feeding your produce into the juicer.
Depending on the moisture content of your fruits and veggies, you may want to adjust your proportions accordingly. Once your juice is done, give it a quick stir using a teaspoon or swizzle stick.
For an optional garnish, place a fresh mint sprig in your glass.