Is there anyway to make carrot juice in a food processor?
How would you do that?
- CrustyCurmudgeonLv 712 months ago
Yes. Process until very fine, then put in cheesecloth and keep twisting until all the juice is gone. Or, buy a Breville Juice Fountain appliance, and do it automatically.
- JanetLv 712 months ago
No .. you really need a juice EXTRACTOR. They are rather expensive.
Use a food processor and you end up with very fine pieces of soggy carrot.
- ckngbbblsLv 712 months ago
process the carrots very fine, then put into a cheese cloth and allow the juice to drain away.
- Anonymous12 months ago
peel and chop the carrots and put it in a blender and keep blending until smooth
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- Nikki PLv 712 months ago
You will have a puree rather than "juice" and actually what you will have would be "healthier" due to the added fiber that you will consume.
You may also have to add a bit of water to fully process the carrots.
If you want only juice you will have to strain the mixture through cheesecloth or a towel (do not use a real thick one) but doing this you will loose a lot of the juice and you will loose the pulp that has a lot of fiber and nutrients.
- 12 months ago
I hope you're not trolling..
- TardisAndTheHareLv 712 months ago
Press the mash.