The Mighty Raspberry

Summary raspberry juice Today I’d like to shine a spotlight on the mighty raspberry. Perhaps you know the raspberry best as a series of tasty little morsels that when eaten are found to contain smaller, not-so-tasty morsels that get stuck in your teeth. Yes, the raspberry is great and tangy, but sometimes it’s difficult to abide all of the seeds that come along with the territory of consumption. You’re likely to spend more time removing seeds from your teeth than you’ll actually spend eating the berries themselves. For this reason, juicing the raspberry becomes that much more appealing of a proposition. Luckily, it’s also a strong flavored fruit that plays well with others. This means that you don’t have to have two pounds of raspberries on hand in order to render a proper amount of juice that still carries the raspberry’s flavor. If you follow the recipe below, you’ll have firsthand knowledge of the power of the great raspberry to deliver satisfying flavor even while being only part of a larger ensemble. If you follow this recipe faithfully, it should yield a large serving of juice. If you’re not looking to take quite as much juice on board, or don’t have the requisite amount of some of the ingredients, simply halve the recipe.
Ingredients 5 Carrots 1 Pear 1 Cucumber 12 ounces of raspberries
Instructions

    1. Simply juice all involved parties
    2. If it’s hot out or you just need to chill, pour it over ice.
}