Mix Your Own Vegetable Juice

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mixing vegetable juice in jarIf you like to sip at something during the day or prefer a light, between-meals snack, vegetable juice is an excellent option, hot or cold. Staying hydrated isn't always easy, and eating the recommended amount of vegetables every day can be challenging. Vegetable juice is a good solution, cold from the fridge or heated in a mug. Naturally, juice does not replace vegetables; think of it as a supplement not a substitute.


Mixing your own vegetable juice can be extremely economical. No juice-extraction appliance required. Check the price difference between a can of tomato paste and a litre jug of veg juice.


Mix Your Own Vegetable Juice ingredients

Options include but are not limited to:
carrot juice
a bit of tomato juice (for a thicker, finished juice mix)
favourite herbs and spices (particularly anything you might like to try from the homeopathic/home remedy list, such as turmeric or garlic)
liquid reserved from steaming or blanching vegetables
cold homeopathic tea instead of water (the vegetable juices and herbs/spices mask unpleasant taste)



  1. Combine tomato paste with water using whisk.
  2. tomato paste and water in bowl
  3. Use funnel to add all ingredients to jug.
  4. mixing tomato paste and jar with funnel
  5. Add lid to jug, tighten, and shake well.
  6. Refrigerate. Shake well before using.

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December 28, 20170 found this helpful

I was hoping you would post this because it's brilliant. I'm so happy you also said "think of it as a supplement not a substitute." Thumbs way up :)

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