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Is your green juice no longer green to you? Your carrot-orange-ginger losing its zip? While vodka might be the first option that comes to mind for improving the matter (just me?), there's another, work-appropriate way to bring life back into your juice routine.
At New York's Maialino, they have a carrot-apple-ginger juice on the menu, but after one sip, you know something else is going on. They sneak thyme in there, which gives the juice a more interesting, rounded flavor (and probably some health benefits, too). Just like mixing savory, hearty root vegetables and sprightly, sweeter citrus makes a juice more balanced, blending in herbs adds another layer of flavor to the mix.
Whether you choose cilantro for tropical sweetness or rosemary for savory darkness, there are a lot of ways to play—take a look at some flavor combos below. And in terms of how much herb you'll need to juice, more is generally more—a bunch (stems and all) will produce a few tablespoons of juice. So the solution to that droopy bunch of basil in your fridge is to drink it up (bet you never said that before).
- carrot + apple + ginger + thyme
- blackberry + celery + thyme
- beet + lemon + strawberry + rosemary
- carrot + pear + rosemary
- kale + ginger + spinach + cucumber + pineapple + cilantro
- green bell pepper + jalapeno + cilantro (make a bunch and warm it into a soup)
- spinach + dandelion greens + pomegranate + lime + basil
- grapefruit + basil
- pear + lime + tarragon
- celery + cucumber + tarragon
- carrot + orange + turmeric + dill
- wheatgrass + green apple + dill
- cabbage + arugula + apple + parsley
- beet + carrot + orange + parsley
- fennel + cucumber + celery + mint
- carrot + papaya + mint
What are your favorite juice combos? Tell us in the comments below!