White grapes are rich in glucose (get it?? simple sugar harhar ), effective in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases. They promote metabolism and help to eliminate hazardous substances from the body. White grapes contain twenty times the potassium than red grapes, helping with osteoporosis. They’re just full of helpful agents.
Which is great, because sometimes you really don’t want a bunch of different ingredients to make juices.
Of course, fruit-only juices tend to have higher sugar-concentration, so mixing vegetables in is recommended for those who don’t want such high sugar levels. But once in a while, I just want to keep it simple and pure.
One of my absolute favorite one-ingredient juices is Hurom’s White Grape juice (or Green Grape, if you will).
If I want my juice to be clean and without pulp, I simply assemble my Hurom juicer with the fine strainer. I can gulp down one of these glasses easily.
On those hot summer days, when I want something a little cooler, I’ll freeze the grapes overnight, thaw them slightly, and then put them through my juicer with the coarse strainer, which results in a more pulpy juice, almost like a slushie but about 1000x better.
You can choose which way you’d like it, but I would definitely suggest trying both!
A Hurom juicer
350g White Grapes
What you’ll do:
1. Remove grapes from the stem and wash each grape thoroughly.
2. Put juicer lever on “close/juice.” Extract the white grapes.
3. When most of the ingredients have been put in, switch lever to “half-open/clean” position. Allow pulp to be expelled from drum.