You cant eat spinach all the time, there are so many varieties of fruits and vegetables out there, feel free to experiment with your juice. This is what makes juicing fun, and you should have fun, if it isn’t fun, then why even do it?
Go for the weird stuff, look up the benefits, wash it and throw it down the chute, DRANK! You might be surprised how great some combinations taste especially with something you have never even heard of.
Additionally try to find recipes for the left over pulp of the fruit and vegetables instead of dumping it every time.
There are a ton of recipes out there you can take advantage of like adding it to banana bread, making raw biscuits or even adding it to soups. Get adventurous and bake something.
Do Not Put The Juicer* Away
A green juice every few months might taste delicious but it will do very little towards a permanent improvement to your health. You definitely want to create a habit of juicing and many of us for whom a major change in routine does not come naturally, this involves creating an atmosphere that encourages the habit.
Make some permanent counter space specifically for your juicer*. With the contraption sitting right there and staring at you daily, you are constantly reminded to get that juice made and drank. If you have to bump the fryer to get counter space for the juicer, better still!
Make Enough For Two Days
Usually freshly extracted juices are at their best 20 minutes after making them but if you have a busy schedule and cannot make time to juice daily then juicing every two days is fine too.
If you must save juice, then the shelf life is typically 2 days in a very cold fridge. A good tip is to juice half a lemon along with your other ingredients. The antioxidants in lemon prevents oxidization of your juice keeping it fresher for longer.
If you would like to find out more about juicing I can’t recommend this book by Jason Vale highly enough. Juice Master: Turbo-Charge Your Life in 14 Days