Introduction: Juicing Without a Juicer

A simple way to make juice without using an expensive juicer.

Step 1: Supplies

Gather the following supplies:

-Blender
-Nut milk bag
-A bowl or Tupperware container
-Item to be juiced (ex: carrots, apples, etc.)

Step 2: Prepare Produce

Clean and slice produce into small pieces that will fit in a blender.

Step 3: Blend Produce

Blend the produce until it is pureed.

*Note: Be sure to follow the manufacturer's guidelines when operating the blender.

Step 4: Pour the Pulp

Place the nut milk bag in a bowl to avoid spilling, and pour the pulp into the bag.

Step 5: Strain

Grab the bag and squeeze the pulp, straining the juice into the bowl.

Step 6: Pour Juice Into a Glass and Enjoy!

You may now enjoy the fruits of your labor.

Comments

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Ggungaby made it!(author)2016-04-20

Could you use cheesecloth?

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SABBaS made it!(author)2009-02-05

nice, but just one question: whats a nut milk bag? thanks!!

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PKM made it!(author)2009-02-05

Seconded- what is nut milk, for that matter? If you used carrots would you be enjoying the vegetables of your labour?

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romanyrebel made it!(author)2011-02-06

you blend nuts of choice with water, vary amount of water to taste and consistency, a little gives nutcream, more gives nut milk. also can use apple juice etc in place of water. use cream in place of cows milk cream, blend with a capsicum to cream cosistency and use on pizza in place od cheese. yummy

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allen made it!(author)2009-02-07

Nuts and water in a blender then strain through a nut milk bag. If the bags were a more reasonably priced I might give it a try but at $25 for four, forget about it.

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fireguard made it!(author)2009-02-13

I looked on ebay, and you can get 5 for 13.40... better deal than the other, eh? At least this way's not triple figure like the info-mercials!

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canida made it!(author)2009-02-08

Looks like a couple of layers of cheesecloth or a cotton pillowcase/kitchen towel will do just as well.

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ihrtglfx10 made it!(author)2009-02-05

tons on ebay, just google nut milk bag

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jongscx made it!(author)2009-02-07

...I did... Tip: Turn ON Safe-search...

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ihrtglfx10 made it!(author)2009-02-08

LOL

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tech-king made it!(author)2009-02-09

eeeeewwwwwwwww

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firefletcher made it!(author)2010-08-22

HAHAHAHA

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allen made it!(author)2009-02-05

Looks like just a fine-mesh nylon bag. I found them over at rawguru.com for an insane $25 for four of them. It appears they're also available in cotton if, I suppose, you don't like synthetic fibers. Seems like a good candidate for an instructable if you can find the material.

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MonkaySquad made it!(author)2009-06-24

You can also find mesh bags at the dollar store

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allen made it!(author)2009-06-24

Not this fine. The mesh looked to be more like heavy weight panty hose material. Unless there's a different kind of mesh bags at your dollar store the mesh bags I've seen are more like netting, not filter material.

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GreenMagGuy made it!(author)2010-08-15

What a great idea! I had no idea that you could make juice that way! Also, check out http://www.greenplanetparadise.com and check out their nut bags for sale.

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fragmaster4 made it!(author)2010-02-19

I think he means Cheese cloth (Used in making cheese) xD

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purplekitty made it!(author)2009-02-06

which blender is this, i want to buy one.

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jongscx made it!(author)2009-02-07

This is the magic-bullet blender. They retail for about $59.99 at Walmart and feature a 12A motor. The selling-point for them is that the blender blade is actually the cap of a small reusable cup, and you get several cups instead of the traditional top-loading blender where you get one pitcher with the blade at the bottom. This means that when you are done blending, 1)the blade is actually removed from the food receptacle, and 2) it, is now a the top of the container, allowing for easy removal of obstruction or the like without having to dump out the contents first. There is also a battery-powered Bullet blender for when the occasion calls for it. It is not nearly as powerful, but good enough for smoothies at the food court, etc.

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foobear made it!(author)2009-02-06

What is a nut milk bag? I didn't know you could milk a nut

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wgarciamachmar made it!(author)2009-02-06

I have no idea either. I have heard the term, but it's kinda "porn-ish".

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foobear made it!(author)2009-02-07

D'oh!

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icebird made it!(author)2009-02-05

My blender is nice, but it won't pulp things like this without adding a significant amount of liquid. It just kicks them around inside the jar, cutting some, but mostly getting things stuck where the blades can't get to it. Am I doing something wrong or do I need a new blender?

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pineapplenewton made it!(author)2009-02-05

I think that the real problem is that you have too much space in your blender. As you see the blender in the ibble is a magic bullet and he fills it all the way with the charots so there is p way for them to get stuck above the blades so you could add more veggies/fruit or make some kind of press like a round pice of wood that fits cleanly into the blender so you could push the contents down to the blade.

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pineapplenewton made it!(author)2009-02-05

correction: not a magic bullet but a smaller blender with less space.

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ihrtglfx10 made it!(author)2009-02-05

mix them with your favorite fruit juice when blending and then you will have nice juice and it will be well blended. i like cranberry with carrot juice

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atombomb1945 made it!(author)2009-02-05

New Blender. Get one that has a "Liquefy" button on it.

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dung0beetle made it!(author)2009-02-05

i make juice using the Liquify button in Photoshop. Tastes kinda funny tho.

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bowmaster made it!(author)2009-02-05

LOLZ

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bowmaster made it!(author)2009-02-05

Cool!!

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frollard made it!(author)2009-02-05

I'm really tempted to make a press to remove the juice...a pneumatic one like they use for crushing grapes en masse to make wine or apple juice. Great writeup!

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mynameisjonas made it!(author)2009-02-05

very nice! I used to make apple cider like this. do you think instead of a nut milk bag, I could use a cheesecloth?

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swordwield made it!(author)2009-02-05

Although I haven't tried it with cheesecloth, I'm sure it would work as well. The important part of this is to strain the pulp without getting the pulp in the juice.

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Sandisk1duo made it!(author)2009-02-05

cool! i'll have to try this!

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taka21 made it!(author)2009-02-05

Thats quite useful.. good creativity.

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omnibot made it!(author)2009-02-05

Hmm .. good use of a blender.

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