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Old 01-12-05, 06:50 PM
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Question for people who do their own juicing with Vegs and Fruit.

I have a juicer and make lots of juice but always drink it pretty quick after its made. I make fruit and vegtable juice sometimes separate sometimes mixed. My Question is can I make some juice in the evening and put it in a sealed container and in the fridge and will it still be good in the morning or afternoon the next day?
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Old 01-12-05, 07:15 PM
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yes. It will not stay as fresh as whole fruit would, but should still be find for at least 2 days minimum.
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juicer, juice is meant to be drinked right away.
it will lose most of the vitamins the longer it sits, plus it wont taste so good.

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Old 01-12-05, 09:19 PM
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Damn it I can't get up any earlier to make my juice in the morning, I want to be able to save it over night.
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Use frozen fruit and put in the fridge after juicing.

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Originally Posted by kvrdave
yes. It will not stay as fresh as whole fruit would, but should still be find for at least 2 days minimum.
So you have to wait 2 days until you can drink it?
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i read that u can if u put it in an air tight container then wrap it up in tin foil to keep the light out.
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So you have to wait 2 days until you can drink it?
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You could get away with overnight, but it's not going to taste as good. Let it sit there longer than a day (in my opinion/experience) and it'll start to taste nasty.
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Originally Posted by Wooderson
My Question is can I make some juice in the evening and put it in a sealed container and in the fridge and will it still be good in the morning or afternoon the next day?
Juice left in the fridge -12 hours = Okay
Juice left in the fridge +12 hours = Deadly poison
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