HOW TO JUICE A WATERMELON
Today I will be showing you how to juice a watermelon.
You will need your juicer & a 1 gallon pitcher
A watermelon is 92% water while the other eight percent consist of vital nutrients and antioxidants. Once juiced, it should yield at least 1 gallon of juice. This is where the gallon container comes in. When you prepare your watermelon for the juicer, cut as closely to the rind as possible. I have juiced with the rind on before, which is great for you. The rind does contain higher amounts of citrulline. The choice is yours if you want to juice with or without it. I just prefer not to. If you do decide to, like any and all fruit you juice, be sure to rinse thoroughly. Of course organic is ideal because you won’t have to worry about harmful chemicals on the rind.
As you will see in the video below, you will need a pot to place all of your cut up watermelon in. Once all of the watermelon has been cut, JUICE IT! It will come out fast so don’t try to force it through. Depending on the size of watermelon you purchase, you may or may not have a lot of excess. I would store any excess in one of your quart size bottles in the freezer until you’ve run out of juice from your gallon jug. Watermelon juice is good in your refrigerator, 5-6 days max! It’ll start to ferment and have a nasty sour taste to it so be mindful (to preserve the juice you can add lemon to it). This is why you want to make sure you’re consuming more of the watermelon fruit smoothie. I hate for juice to go to waste. Finding this out the hard way, it forced me to drink smoothies so it wouldn’t go to waste. Drinking watermelon juice by itself is also good. You’ll have so much of it on hand that it won’t hurt to drink it as often as you desire. Too much of the juice by itself can cause gas so be careful.
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