The pure taste of mother nature in one glass of Cold Pressed Orange Juice will leave you wanting more. With a naturally sweet flavor and no additives, cold press juicing has become a regular thing for us to make at home.
Nothing better than a full flavor of fresh fruits and with the Nama Juicer it is so much better. We have been using our Nama Juicer all summer long and it has not disappointed.
We love cold-press juice and traveling in Portugal, the one thing that is available in every bakery is fresh orange juice. It is the most common thing to see and yet in America, the one place I have seen that has it on a regular base is Whole Foods for $24.00 a bottle. Cold press juice is very expensive to buy and if you buy it at the grocery store all benefits are lost just from sitting on the shelf.
Grocery Store to Shop
The best places to buy a large number of oranges at an affordable price are wholesale centers such as:
- BJ Wholesale
- Farmer's Markets when in season will be the peak of freshness and cheaper.
I use the Nama Juicer after buying 4 different machines (that I returned!) this by far is the best. I could not believe how easy it is to clean. It has a high-pressure processing center when grinding the center. It does not come cheap but has paid for itself with all the juicing that I have done. Get More Info on My Juicer > Nama
Step By Step Instructions
You will need a Cold Press Juicer for this recipe.
Step 1: Wash the oranges.
Step 2: Slice the skin off of the orange.
Step 3: Cut into sections and place inside the juicer.
Step 4: Turn the nob and juice away!
- Low-Carb: Yes
- Gluten-Free: Yes
- Vegetarian: Yes
- Vegan: Yes
Cold Press Orange Juice Health Benefits
The benefits of cold press juicing in a cup is so much more.
- Excellent source of antioxidant vitamin c
- Natural ingredients with no additives
- Natural flavors with no flavor enhancers
- Total fat is Zero!
Tips And Tricks
When using real ingredients, things will not last as long. I use glass bottles because they last a little longer. The average is 72 hours after juicing. I keep the fruit out on the kitchen counter so it is easy for me to grab to eat or juice. Like they say, "Out of sight out of Mind" if you don't see it you won't pick it up to eat it.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the average daily value serving size?
The Mayo Clinic says 75 milligrams which equal 1 cup a day for women and 90 mg a day for men.
How many oranges for an 8 fl oz glass?
It took me about 5 medium size oranges for me to get a cup.
Once you try fresh cold-press juice it's easy to get hooked. It's amazing to taste and a fast way to get all veggies and fruits for the day. During the Covid Era, we decided to up our game for better health, this was a quick and easy way to do it. I hope you love this recipe as much as I enjoy drinking it. See ya next time as my quest continues in search of the perfect bite!
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Cold Press Orange Juice
- 1 Nama Juicer
- 10 oranges
- Wash the oranges.
- Slice skin off of the orange.
- Cut into sections and place inside the juicer.
- Turn the nob and juice away!
- When using real ingredients, things will not last as long. I use glass bottles because they last a little longer. The average is 72 hours after juicing.
- I keep the fruit out on the kitchen counter so it is easy for me to grab to eat or juice. Like they say, "Out of sight out of Mind" if you don't see it you won't pick it up to eat it.
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