Organic Ruby Red Quencher

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This is a super cool drink – a great thirst quencher.  Super health benefits from the ingredients – you just wanna dive straight in there . . .

Makes 2 glasses

INGREDIENTS (use organic for better health benefits)

15-20 fresh stawberries

2 fresh medium sized beetroots (stalks and all)

2 green apples

1 fresh lemon, peeled

a few ice cubes (add when you serve in glasses)

METHOD

Pass your ingredients through your juice extractor.  Then pour into glasses, and add some ice and drink to your delight !

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19 Responses to “Organic Ruby Red Quencher”

  1. P. Luis A. Chaves Says:

    I’m looking forward to having a Ruby Red Quencher this weekend. This recipe was liked by one of your Facebook followers.

  2. Miriam Says:

    Hi there P Luis, welcome here and thanks for dropping by with your comment. I hope you enjoy this quencher as well as other recipes from my blog. Have a good weekend in the meantime.

  3. Melanie Says:

    This looks yummy! Will try when back from vacation!

  4. Miriam Says:

    Hi there Melanie, thanks for dropping by here with your comment – I hope you enjoy it when you get back, let me know how it goes as and when. Very best to you in the meantime !

  5. Veer Says:

    Hi Miriam, Can you please elaborate on the health benefits of this quencher? Thanks in advance… :D

  6. lisha Says:

    would love to try this one especially..thanks.!

  7. Miriam Says:

    Lisha Hi there and hope you make and enjoy this recipe. Very best wishes to you !

  8. Gustabo Says:

    I love it. Thanks a lot.

  9. Miriam Says:

    Hi ther Gustabo and welcome here – I am delighted that you tried and loved this Quencher. I hope you try more of my recipes and look forward to your future comments on my blog. Best to you in the meantime.

  10. claire nimue Says:

    Hi! Thanks for this recipe– it sounds great– but could you tell me what a juice extractor is, and maybe where I might find one?? I look forward to more recipes in the future!!

  11. Miriam Says:

    Hi there Claire. Here is a link for information, prices etc of juice extractors that should be able to help you :- http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=juice+extractor
    Best to you !

  12. Sharron Says:

    Oh I am so glad I tried this out – what a wonderful drink. It just made me feel good to drink it. I have some left over so I will have that for breakfast instead of my usual coffee.

  13. Miriam Says:

    Sharron Hi and so glad you enjoyed this ‘Quencher’ of mine ! Best your way.

  14. Catherine Moore Says:

    Hi Miriam, we have just made this at my work (couple of us have become juice addicts! I provided all the stuff and it made around five glasses. I didn’t know what to expect as my last beetroot juice was very ‘earthy’ but this is simply delicious. Got a zest to it from the lemon (I put them in skin and all!). Everyone is raving about how nice it is. Those of them brave enough to taste it anyway :)

  15. Miriam Says:

    That’s great to know Catherine, and I hope you enjoy my other smoothies and juices from my blog too (and may be some of my food recipes too at some point ! :) ). Cheers your way in the meantime.

  16. Catherine M Says:

    I have tried plenty of your food Miriam … Avid follower

  17. Miriam Says:

    Thanks Catherine I am happy to hear this. :)

  18. Iza bugatti Says:

    Have some beets and was looking what to do with them. This looks just the thing- thanks Miriam!

  19. Miriam Says:

    Hope you enjoy it Iza ! :)

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