The title is pretty self-explanatory: I finally got Instagram, and I’m sharing a recipe for ginger orange carrot juice. First thing’s first: follow me on Instagram if you want to (… you want to). Secondly: make this juice and feel the good ole fruit and veggie vibes! Carrot juice and beet juice are my faves right now. I love adding ginger and garlic for extra flavour and nutrition; and cucumbers, celery, apples, oranges, bell peppers, greens and pineapple for volume (and equally because they’re obviously super healthy). The colour of carrot juice is legit inspiring (same goes for beet juice)! You can’t NOT want to drink up a glass of this vibrant, glowing juice filled with life. Get it in ya.
Now, moving onto Instagram! I mean I suppose there’s not too much to say about it; but I am really excited to have this new social media platform to share my life with you guys on. My Instagram feed will be a good picture into my daily diet and lifestyle, which I sometimes don’t show on my blog (instead I generally only share my “wow!” recipes, not what makes up the bulk of my diet). If you guys want to only see the food I eat, that’s totally fine; but if you’re also interested in how I spend my days personally, I’d be happy to share that with you too! Just let me know. *smile*.
In other news: I just got my manuscript for my second book back from my publisher today, with their notes attached for what I should change or fix. *excited*! I can’t wait to bring this new book to all of you. It’s bursting with juicy goodness and the food porn you’ve hopefully come to expect from me. *wink*. (I don’t know why there are so many asterisks in this post). This book has 100 recipes for mostly juices and smoothies, as well as about 15 for energy bars and snacks. There are chapters for ingredients, equipment, methods, tips and tricks… everything you need to begin or master a juicing- and blending-filled life! Cheers to living long and being sexy (because you will, and you are)!
1 tablespoon chunk of ginger
Wash, peel and chop as needed, then juice it up and drink it down! Mmm.
Note: this is a snack-sized juice. Double or triple this to get a full tummy…. although if you do, watch out for the ginger. Even with huge juices, I keep my ginger to about 1 tablespoon.