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GREEN GO-GETTER JUICE

$22.55

$3.09 per lbs
$2.36 per lbs
$5.04 per lbs
$2.37 per lbs

Description

The Green Go-Getter Juice is a vibrant and nutrient-rich beverage designed to kickstart your day with energy and vitality. This invigorating juice combines a variety of green vegetables and fruits, such as kale, spinach, cucumber, apple, and lemon, to create a refreshing blend that’s both delicious and packed with essential vitamins and minerals. With its bright green color and revitalizing taste, the Green Go-Getter Juice is the perfect choice for anyone looking to fuel their body and seize the day.

 

Recipe: Ingredients:

  • 2 cups kale leaves, stems removed
  • 1 cup spinach leaves
  • 1 cucumber, peeled and chopped
  • 1 green apple, cored and chopped
  • 1/2 lemon, peeled
  • 1-inch piece of ginger (optional, for added flavor)
  • 1/2 cup water
  • Ice cubes (optional, for a colder drink)

Instructions:

  1. Wash all the vegetables and fruits thoroughly.
  2. Remove the stems from the kale leaves and discard.
  3. Peel the cucumber and chop it into smaller pieces.
  4. Core and chop the green apple.
  5. Peel the lemon, removing the bitter white pith.
  6. If using ginger, peel it and chop it into smaller pieces.
  7. In a juicer, process the kale leaves, spinach leaves, cucumber, green apple, lemon, and ginger (if using) until all ingredients are juiced.
  8. If the juice is too thick, dilute it with water to reach your desired consistency.
  9. If you prefer a colder drink, add ice cubes to the finished juice and stir well.
  10. Pour the Green Go-Getter Juice into glasses and serve immediately.
  11. Enjoy the refreshing taste and nutritional benefits of this invigorating green juice!

Products for Recipe:

  1. Kale leaves
  2. Spinach leaves
  3. Cucumber
  4. Green apple
  5. Lemon
  6. Ginger (optional)
  7. Water
  8. Ice cubes (optional)

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Style Guide

1.Fruits:
– Example: Apples
– Size: Medium-sized apple weighing approximately 150-200g.
– Price: $1.49 per apple.
– Calculation:
– If the apple weighs 175g, the price per kilogram would be calculated as follows:
– Price per kilogram = (Price per apple / Weight per apple) * 1000
– Price per kilogram = ($1.49 / 175) * 1000
– Price per kilogram ≈ $8.51

2. Vegetables:
– Example: Red Peppers
– Size: Large red pepper weighing approximately 150-200g.
– Price: $42.00 per kilogram.
– Calculation:
– If the red pepper weighs 175g, the price for that specific pepper would be calculated as follows:
– Price for specific pepper = (Price per kilogram / 1000) * Weight of the pepper
– Price for specific pepper = ($42.00 / 1000) * 175
– Price for specific pepper ≈ $7.35

3. Herbs:
– Example: Parsley
– Size: Standard bunch of parsley weighing approximately 100-150g.
– Price: $55.20 per kilogram.
– Calculation:
– If the parsley bunch weighs 125g, the price for that specific bunch would be calculated as follows:
– Price for specific bunch = (Price per kilogram / 1000) * Weight of the bunch
– Price for specific bunch = ($55.20 / 1000) * 125
– Price for specific bunch ≈ $6.90

4. Spices:
– Example: Cinnamon Powder
– Size: Small jar containing 50g of cinnamon powder.
– Price: $3.99 per jar.
– Calculation:
– Price per kilogram for cinnamon powder would be calculated as follows:
– Price per kilogram = (Price per jar / Weight per jar) * 1000
– Price per kilogram = ($3.99 / 50) * 1000
– Price per kilogram ≈ $79.80

5. Smoothies:
– Example: Green Smoothie
– Size: Large 16 oz (473ml) smoothie.
– Price: $7.99 per smoothie.
– Calculation:
– To calculate the price per kilogram, we first need to convert the volume of the smoothie to weight. Assuming the smoothie has a density similar to water (1g/ml), the weight of the smoothie would be approximately 473g.
– Price per kilogram = (Price per smoothie / Weight of smoothie in kg)
– Price per kilogram = ($7.99 / 0.473) ≈ $16.89

These calculation examples illustrate how prices are determined for each category based on the size or weight of the item and the unit price.