Juices

Juices

Juices are made by squeezing or pressing fruit or vegetables to release their liquids. You can drink most juices as is, or as mixers for cocktails or other beverages.


Cooks use juices to flavor marinades, baked goods, sauces, dressings, and pickled vegetables.


Varieties:

apple cider
apple cider
Apple juice and apple cider are very similar, except that all of the apple pulp is filtered out of the juice, while some remains in the cider.
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apple juice
apple juice
Apple juice and apple cider are very similar, except that all of the apple pulp is filtered out of the juice, while some remains in the cider.
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cranberry juice
cranberry juice
See the recipe for Cranberry Juice posted by Veggies Unite!
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grape juice, red grape juice, sparkling grape juice, white grape juice
grape juice
This category includes red grape juice, white grape juice, and sparkling grape juice.
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grapefruit juice
grapefruit juice
This comes either sweetened or unsweetened.
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key lime juice, Mexican lime juice
key lime juice
Freshly squeezed lime juice is vastly superior to what you'll find in bottles. Key limes and bottled key lime juice are widely available in the Southeast, and in specialty markets elsewhere. Liquor stores sometimes carry Rose's lime juice, which is sweetened key lime juice.
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lemon juice
lemon juice
Freshly squeezed lemon juice tastes much better than bottled juice.
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pomegranate juice
pomegranate juice
Don't confuse this unsweetened juice with grenadine, which is a heavy, sweet syrup. Look for it in health food stores and Middle Eastern markets. Knudsen is a well-regarded brand.
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tomato juice
tomato juice
To make your own: See the Tomato Juice Recipe posted on Recipesource.com.
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V-8 Juice
V-8 Juice
To make your own: See the Mitch's V-6 Vegetable Juice Cocktail Recipe posted on Fabulousfoods.com.
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