It sounded dense & watery when tapped, it was a good size, no blemishes…
Brought it home, cut into it and it looked amazing. Mostly rich, pink flesh, no seeds and minimal rind. When I bit into it, I was sadly disappointed by the lack of sweetness and slight mushiness it presented us with.
So, I decided to juice it into my fire & water juice recipe, a cancer-fighting juice recipe with a kick of ginger and chili powder. By juicing it, I can control the sugar content, my biggest complaint, by adding the sweetness I desire.
Watermelon, being an alkaline food, is also a known cancer-fighting agent, and the rind is even more so. Therefore, when you juice a watermelon, you are sure to extract ALL of its goodness, even that which you may not eat.
I promised I would leave the link to my Homemade Lemonade Recipe in this post as well. 🙂
Also, here’s my Jack LaLanne’s Power Juicer Review.
Type: Beverage Recipe
Prep Time: 5 mins
Yield: 2.0 litres or 8 1/2 cups
Please watch the video below to see how to prepare the fruit and juice it all up:
- 1/4 watermelon – with rind
- 2 tbsp sized piece fresh ginger
- sprinkle cayenne pepper or chili powder – to taste
- Wash fruit with fruit spray & water or soap & water.
- Cut watermelon into chunks that will fit through entry hole of juicer.
- Juice ginger and watermelon.
- Stir, pour into beautiful, chilled glasses, and/or over ice.
- Sprinkle with cayenne pepper or chili powder to taste.
I hope you enjoy this Juicer Recipe on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…
P.S. If you’d like to check out the Jack LaLanne Power Juicer for Purchase, here’s a link:
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- Jack LaLanne’s Power Juicer Review
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