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Old May 16, 2016   #30
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Location: Brantford, ON, Canada
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I juice most of the produce that I grow. Usually 8 celery plants are grown. I usually use celery in the juices. I keep picking the outer stalks as needed. The plants survive until freeze up and I and hardly keep up using all the material produced. Late in the season the whole plant will be pulled and used. 26 August 2015 Onion Celery Juice
Thirty pounds of onions and ten pounds of celery was made into 14 liters of juice. The perfect onions were washed and quartered and added to the celery in the cooking pot. Ten liters of water was added to the pot. Material was cooked until soft about 20 minutes and blended into a homogeneous slurry. The slurry was strained through a Victorio food mill. The residue of the food mill was put through a Champion Juicer to extract all nutrients. The juice was then placed on liter jars and pressure canned at 15 PSI for 15 minutes.
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