How to Make the Best Watermelon Juice

Alright! This is John Kohler with, and I’m with my beautiful girlfriend.
Lauren, hello everyone. And I have a special episode for you guys
today, and it’s going to be very fun because actually Lauren and I, we have a bet today,
and I figured no better time to make a video to share with you guys our little bet that’s
going on in between us. And basically the situation is this – Lauren buys these bottled
jugs of water, she refills them at the store with two gallons of filtered reverse osmosis
water, and I want to encourage you guys to drink a filtered water, not just your tap
water, because your tap water may contain things like chlorine, and the fluoride and
other chemicals in there, and they’re not probably too healthy for you, and so she was
thinking “Yeah man, that’s a lot of water,” and I know that water is about maybe eight
pounds a gallon, and we bought this big watermelon which was only six dollars for this whole
thing, and this nearly weighs 20 pounds, and I was betting Lauren, we were looking at it
on the counter like if you look at these two things side by side, like this thing’s a
little bit bigger than this thing, and I’m like “There’s more water in the watermelon,
than water in this jug,” And she’s like “No way,” and I’m like “Yeah way.”
So, what we’re doing today is we’re going to juice the watermelon to find out if there’s
more water in the watermelon than one of these juice jugs, and we have a special bet happening.
So Lauren what’s the bet? What’s your part of the bet?
Well if I win and John loses, then we’re going to have to go to Barton Springs, which
is a really cold spring in Austin and John doesn’t like cold water, but I don’t mind
it so much, and I like going to Barton Springs, so that’s what’s going to happen if I
win, and then if you win… Yeah so if I win because I like YouTube so
much, I’m going to find a crazy video on YouTube, I don’t know what kind of video
yet, and whatever’s in the video, she has to do it, so if it’s making a recipe or
something, she’s going to have to make me the recipe, or if it’s doing some crazy
dance or who knows what, she’s going to have to do whatever’s in the video and this
is just kind of like how we have fun. Yeah. [laughter]
We bet on how much water’s in the watermelon. So to give you guys a heads up, the weight
of this, because we did weigh these in advance, this is about 21 pounds in the container.
This watermelon’s about 19 pounds 14 ounces, and then this empty container which is where
we’re going to put all the watermelon juice that I’m juicing weighs about a pound. So
it’s going to be really close. Now online sources say that watermelon is 92 percent
water, so if watermelons are in fact 92 percent water and the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer is
efficient at getting the water out, more than 92 percent, then actually I may win, but if
it’s just 92 percent and the Kuvings is not efficient, then I lose. Then I blame it
on the Kuvings juicer because it wasn’t’ efficient. So that’s pretty much the bet.
Also I want to let you guys know that we do need to stay hydrated, and hydration is super-critical
and super important to your health, and while you can drink water to get hydrated, I always
encourage you guys to drink a structured, living water. So my favorite water and I think
maybe Lauren’s too, is coconut water, and that’s the water filtered by the coconut
palm and it goes into the coconut. But after that, I really like to drink fruit and vegetable
waters. So something like celery juice with cucumbers juiced up in there is super-delicious,
super-hydrating, and besides just the water content of fruit and vegetable juices, you’re
also getting other things such as vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals, and phytonutrients
that are essential for our life. The vitamins and minerals, we need these things to stay
alive and in water, they may have some minerals, depending on how the water was filtered, but
the minerals in the fruit and vegetables are much more assimilatable by us because they’re
in a more organic instead of inorganic form that’s in the water because they’ve been
filtered already through the plant and put into the plant, so in my opinion, plants are
the best water filters bar none. In addition, the water that you find in fruits and vegetables
is a living, structured water. So the water out of the reverse osmosis has been forced
through pipes and forced through a membrane to take out all the minerals and contaminants.
It’s really not a living water and if you looked at the works of Dr. Moto[?] in Japan,
he takes pictures with a high power microscope of water crystals in water that’s not happy,
it’s just really fragmented and looking crazy, and water that’s happy is structured
and really brilliant, nice, snowflake-like crystals, right? And so that’s all the crystals
of the water in all the juices [inaudible]. And so that’s just yet another benefit of
using the juices. Do you have any comments on this Lauren?
Oh, well in the beginning when we were making the bet I thought John just meant juicing
the watermelon fruit, but he’s juicing the rind too, so that makes it a little bit more
scary for me [laughter]. Yeah, I like [inaudible] not really cheating
here, but normally many people think of juicing they just cut off the skin of the vegetables
or the fruits, and then they juice it right? I want to encourage you guys always to juice
the skins if they would normally be edible. So for example, we know that most of the nutrition
in carrots is near the skin. Most of the nutrition in apples is near the skin. So you want to
be juicing those skins too, and much like same in the watermelon, you know there’s
plenty of times when I’ve actually cut the skin off the watermelon and juiced it for
a sweet delicious juice. Obviously on something like oranges you will want to remove the peeling
because there are some indigestible chemicals in the outside orange peel of orange and tangerine
and grapefruit, but you can juice that white pith where actually most of the nutrients
are. But on the watermelon, a lot of the nutrients are actually in the outside, the skin itself.
I mean look at this, this is dark green, much like leafy green vegetables, and this is where
all the chlorophyll is, and there’s nutrients in here, right? And it’s completely edible,
but most people check out the watermelon. Now worms, if you’re composting your watermelon
rinds, they love watermelon rinds, but normally you wouldn’t eat this because it doesn’t
necessarily taste good. But the beauty of the juicer is when you’re able to extract
the delicious chlorophyll-rich vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals out of the rind, plus all
of the nutrients and vitamins, minerals and sugars from the inside into one juice, it
really mellows out the juice, so it’s not super-sweet, tastes like just juicing the
inside, you’re getting a well more balanced, living juice or living water full of nutrients
as well. And if the watermelon’s a good one, then you’re really not going to taste
the rind too much. And especially this one, I think it’s going to be pretty ripe.
Alright, let’s do this! Let’s do this, alright. So what we’re
going to do is today we’re going to use a juicer to do this, I’m not going to be
blending up the watermelon. Some of my cohorts on YouTube, they show blending watermelon
to make watermelon juice, now that’s a blended watermelon smoothie, it’s not a juice, because
when you blend you’re keeping all the fiber. And if I want to blend this, if I did blend
this in the blender and then we filled the container, number one it wouldn’t really
come out the spigot because it would be too thick, but number two, I’d probably win
at that point because when you do blend things actually you create more volume. You’re
like, “How are you creating stuff out of thin air, John?” Well think about it, when
you’re blending, the blades are spinning at 20,000 rpms plus in a Vitamix, you’re
actually aerating the mixture. So when you’re aerating the mixture, that oxidizes the mixture,
the nutrition goes down, you’re adding micro air bubbles to the mixture, that’s actually
partly how the blender works, and you create more volume. So no, we do not want to do that
because we do not want to aerate whatever we’re eating, that reduces the amount of
nutrition in there and antioxidants. In a study where they actually juiced some broccoli
in a slow juicer, blended broccoli, and then juiced broccoli in a high-speed juicer, there’s
50 percent more cancer-fighting protection from the juice made in the slow juicer when
they did a test tube testing of the actual cancer in test tubes. So I don’t know about
you guys, but I want the most amount of cancer protection. And as you guys may know, the
watermelon, much like tomatoes, contains lycopene, and this may be a valuable phytonutrient that
may protect against things like cancer and other diseases. So I want to really maximize
these nutrients in the juices I’m drinking. Now I did a recent test maybe about a year
ago now with a whole class of 30 people where I juiced watermelon in a slow juicer, a high-speed
juicer, and a blender, and I got to sample that out to everybody in the audience, and
I had everybody vote on which one they liked the best, and nobody said they liked the blended
watermelon, nobody said they liked the high-speed watermelon, but everybody said they liked
the juiced watermelon by far, in the slow juicer. So that’s what we’re going to
do, so let’s go ahead and get juicing. So one of the things I like about the Kuvings
Whole Slow Juicer and why I’m using this juicer today, is because it actually has a
nice wide three inch feed chute, so this means that I’ll have to not cut the watermelon
up into little itty bitty tiny pieces like many vertical slow juicers that I would use.
Now one of the negatives of the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer is that it does tend to put more
pulp in the juice, so actually we’ll be using a little strainer here to remove all
the fiber that comes out to make sure we only get the juice or the living water out of the
watermelon. I do like that the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer runs at a low and slow 60 rpms,
that’s really low, and basically you put the produce in there, and it works by this
little auger in here, and literally what happens is you put the produce in here, and literally
the produce is crushed and squeezed and all the liquid comes out the front here, and the
pulp comes out the side. And so I have juiced watermelon in the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer
before, and if the Kuvings is pretty efficient, and then I’m going to win and if not, Lauren’s
going to win and I’m going to have to face the frigid waters of Barton Springs, oh no!
Alright so let’s go ahead and cut this guy open. And many of you guys ask “John what’s
that white knife you’re using, is that a plastic knife?” This is a ceramic knife,
and I like using ceramic knives, they stay sharper longer instead of metal knifes, and
oh m an check out this watermelon look at that, man that’s a nice watermelon in there.
So basically we’re just going to go ahead and cut this up, rind and all and just start
juicing this up. We’re going to go ahead and place this down. Alright so we’re cutting
up this watermelon, what we’re going to do is we’re going to go ahead and just cut
big pieces and put it in a bowl, and we’ll have Lauren do that while I turn the juicer
on and we’re going to just start literally juicing the pieces here. So one of the things
I like about the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer that you should not really be using the pusher,
because whatever you drop in there it will take up and just kind of suck in and it will
juice on its own. And this goes relatively quickly, just dropping pieces in and it gets
juiced. So as you guys can see, we got the pulp coming out here, we got a lot of juice
coming out, but this is a lot of fiber, and if the fiber weighs more than a pound, then
I’m a goner, then I’m going to lose, and I don’t k now, at this point it looks like
there’s a lot of fiber coming out of the juicer. Alright so I’m continuing to juice,
and Lauren is continuing to cut the watermelon up, and this is actually making a fair bit
of pulp in the little strainer here, so we’re straining that out and it’s making a fair
bit of pulp too, so I think I’m going to be a little bit concerned, because I think
I’m going to have to [inaudible] the frigid waters of Barton Springs. Hopefully we’ll
go on a nice hot day so it’ll be refreshing. So [inaudible] that’s one of the things
about the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer as much as I like it because it actually does have
a wide feed chute and makes feeding the produce easily like when you’re juicing things like
fruits which it actually does quite a good job on, when juicing things like leafy greens
and celery I do still recommend you cut the leafy greens and celery into eight inch pieces
because it will get stuck in the juicer. So it looks like we’ve pretty much got one
whole collection cup of the juice, we’re going to go ahead and put the stopper down,
and we’re going to go ahead and move that out of the way, and we’re going to go ahead
and bring in another one, and we’re going to go ahead and take the pulp here and I want
to show you guys how much pulp is in there, I’m going to goa head and shake all the
juice out. Alright so check out this, this is a lot of pulp that the Kuvings Whole Slow
Juicer generated when making the juice, so this pulp is not going to be included in the
test, and what I like to do normally is actually just pour the pulp through, because the pulp
is actually still kind of wet, and the juicer will be more efficient at extracting some
of the juice out of that pulp and getting it in the container, so I have every possibility
of winning this bet. Alright so what we’re going to do next is
we’re going to go ahead and move these to the side here, and I want to show you guys
the levels. So this is actually just a standard water level, and this is the empty container
level here, and we’re going to take this off, and every time I fill up one of these
containers with the watermelon juice, Lauren’s going to pour it in there so we can see how
much it yields. So we’ll let her do that while I continue juicing in the Kuvings Whole
Slow Juicer. Now one of the things I want to caution you guys against, I know some of
you guys like to use a feature of your juicer such as the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer with
this little spout cap and keep it plugged up and let the juice collect inside there,
I actually want to warn you against doing that. The main reason is because while you
can mix your juices if you’re juicing a couple of different things inside the machine,
what I’ve noticed also happens is that the pulp coming out is wetter, so optimally Lauren
would want me to keep that shut because the pulp would be wetter, that means there will
be less juice so she has a better chance of winning, I want to keep that open to make
the most amount of juice, because I’m going to need every little bit of help I can get,
I mean wow. So as you guys can see the pulp that’s being generated this is already pretty
heavy, and I think actually I’m probably going to be losing at this point. So don’t
bet your girlfriend this same bet, or if you do at least get a watermelon that weighs five
extra pounds in the water. Alright so it looks like I filled up my next little four cup measuring
cup of the juice, and this is just your standard Anchor Hawking measuring cup, I like to use
this to collect my juice in glass instead of the plastic BPA free collection cups that
come with the juicer, and once again we’re going to go ahead and take this, and we’re
going to go ahead and sift out all the pulp. Now one of the things the Kuvings Whole Slow
Juicer does not come with which I’ve told them many times they should include is an
inexpensive strainer such as this one. Actually we got this at the Dollar Store. So I do recommend
you get a strainer if you don’t like pulp in your juice because the Kuvings will produce
some pulp in the juice. Now the pulp, you can keep it in the juice and drink it if you
don’t mind pulp in your juice like some people like the orange juice with the pulp
and some people don’t. I personally like the juice without the pulp. There are benefits
to the pulp, it’s just more of a preference thing for me. Now I know some of you guys
might be thinking, “John, you’re juicing the watermelon man, you’re removing all
the fiber.” Well that’s technically wrong, I’m not removing all the fiber, there are
two different kinds of fiber, there’s actually soluble fiber and insoluble fiber. So the
soluble fiber is the kind that’s water soluble, and that’s the kind that dissolves in water,
and so we’re getting all the water soluble fiber when we’re juicing the watermelon.
We’re removing the insoluble fiber, the kind that does not dissolve in water. So we’re
still getting fiber, and based on my research, it’s the insoluble fiber that slows down
the absorption of the sugars into the blood stream. In addition there may be other elements
and other phytochemicals and phytonutrients in the watermelon such as there are in apples
that actually also slow down the absorption of the sugars in the fresh fruits we eat.
So yeah so I’ll save that, so let’s go ahead and hand you this next pitcher here
Lauren, and I’ll take this one, and I’m going to go ahead and continue to juice in
the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer. Alright so it looks like I filled up another
container here, so that’s going quite well, we’re going to go ahead and turn this baby
off, put that stopper down, and once again we’re going to go ahead and take this out
and strain off all the fiber in here. So if you guys look, we’ve got maybe a quarter
of the pitcher full, and we still got a whole bunch of watermelon to juice, like over half
the watermelon, but I think my estimation at this point is we might make three quarters
of the container. But the watermelon juice is going to taste good anyways even if I have
to face the frigid waters of Barton Springs. Alright, so let’s go ahead and pour this
pulp in there and trade it out. Alright so it looks like we’ve created four
containers of the watermelon juice from this watermelon here, and we’re going to go ahead
and once again strain this out, this is actually [inaudible] full this time. And so each one
of these containers is about 32 ounces of juice, so that means we’ve created 1 gallon
of watermelon juice, and it looks like I’ve got a gallon left, but we’ve already juiced
more than half of the watermelon, so this is not looking good for me. Alright so let’s
go ahead and switch these guys out, pour the pulp in the top[?] here. Oh and what I wanted
to recommend for you guys is when you guys purchase watermelons to juice, we got a seedless
watermelon, there are a few seeds in here, I would always encourage you guys to purchase
watermelons with the seeds actually, number one, they’re cheaper at the store if your
store has them, but number two, the watermelon seeds actually contain nutrients in there,
and the juicer is powerful enough to literally grind up the seeds and extract some of the
nutrients that are in the seeds into your juice, and it’s going to make the juice
taste just a little bit better. So yeah that’s one other tip for you guys. Let’s go ahead
and continue to juice this watermelon. Look at this nice large piece man, this will fit
nice and easily into the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer without any further cutting.
Alright so it looks like we’ve got another container full, so that’s I think what,
the fifth container here of the juice. So I think in total we would need eight containers
full for me to win this bet, and we’re getting close, I don’t know if we’re going to
make eight, I think we’re going to make seven for sure, maybe. But I’ve got to strain
every last bit of this juice out. Now I do want to let you guys know, if you’re making
this much watermelon juice, this will not keep for a week in the fridge. Do not let
this keep in the fridge in this container. Actually don’t let any juice stay for a
week in your fridge. All juices, no matter what, you should drink within three days,
but even better than that I recommend not storing your juices over 24 hours. So for
the next 24 hours we’re going to be drinking all this juice, and actually this juice we’re
making right now is actually part of our breakfast, so we can’t wait to get done with this juicing.
So let’s go ahead and open that up and we’ll continue juicing.
Alright so we’re on the sixth 32 ounce container that we’ve filled up now, we’re going
to go ahead and shut it, and we’re going to strain out the juice here. So each one
of these is four cups, and basically four of these is one gallon, so we need eight total
to fill up that thing completely. And here you go Lauren. So man we’re getting real
close, and I’m getting real thirsty. I think we’ll continue to juice.
Alright it looks like I’m getting a little bit rambunctious and we’ve got to go ahead
and stop this because it’s going to overflow, and we’ll go ahead and put that stopper
down. And we’ve got a fair bit of pulp in here. So I got a nice large full container.
So this is the seventh container. So if we’re able to fill up this last container with this
one piece of watermelon, then I’m going to win. I don’t think that’s happening,
so I think I lost, and I think what I want to show you guys is that we got a whole thing
of pulp here, and if this Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer was a little bit more efficient, I
think I may have won, I mean we’re going to take the pulp here and squeeze it out for
you guys and look at that, it squeezed it out and I can squeeze a few drops, but we’re
mostly squeezing pulp through my hands, so it’s actually done a fairly good job. One
of the things I want to encourage you guys to do you know, after you put the last piece
in, sometimes I just like to take a handful of the pulp that I just got out and just put
that through and that’ll help push that last piece that’s quite juicy through the
machine to extract a little bit more of the juice. Now while you could re-juice the pulp
for more juice, and you would get probably a little bit more out, in many cases it’s
just going to clog up and back up the juicer, and you’re not going to get a lot of the
juice out and it’s just going to make pretty much a mess, so I don’t really recommend
doing that. Let’s go ahead and close this stopper for the last time, and let’s go
ahead and take this guy out
and look at that nice little pulp patty here, and this is pretty much how much juice we
got, now the last bit and check it out, I mean that one 20 pound watermelon made a lot
of juice, but it didn’t quite make as much juice as I thought it would.
That’s right. [laughter] Alright so, the cool thing is now is we’re
going to go ahead and get to tap off the fresh watermelon juice. Alright now we get to enjoy
fresh watermelon juice for breakfast. Alright so now we got our juices filled up, now check
out this nice rich dark color, you know it didn’t make a green color because of the
rind, we had a lot of rich, dark lycopene in there and that was the overall color that
dominated but it’s a nice rich burgundy watermelon juice color, so let’s go ahead
and try the juice, honey. Okay.
Mmm. What do you think? It’s really, really good.
Is that better than drinking water? Yes. [laughter].
This is so full of vibrancy full of life, of vitamins and minerals, just a tad bit of
sweetness it’s not overly sweet. Yeah, I like it more than regular watermelon
juice without the rind. I like it. This is like my favorite watermelon juice.
Yeah I mean, if you guys haven’t juiced a watermelon with the rind, make sure you
get an organic one so it’s not sprayed with pesticides and all this kind of stuff, and
that’s when you would juice the rind, and it makes a nice really balanced flavor, it’s
not just sickly sweet like some of the juices, but it’s really good because it’s more
balanced, and oh man it’s just hitting the spot. Now maybe you’re thinking “John,
man that’s a lot of watermelon juice.” But just between us right here, this is a
half gallon, it made almost one and three quarters gallons in all, and if we just fill
this up again we’ll have half of that gone and later today throughout the day because
it’s a hot day outside we’ll drink some of this instead of water, and it’ll be gone.
Now one of the things I want to let you guys know is number one, I do not necessarily recommend
storing your juices in a container like this for one very important reason – this spigot
here is going to get all kind of funky, like with carotenoids or lycopenes or whatever,
the sugars and the juice, so I only recommend you guys use these for water, we just did
this for this demo and then we’re going to have to take it apart and wash it out really
good. And the other I want to say is if you do end up juicing a watermelon and having
this much juice and you can’t drink it all, there’s two good ways I was thinking you
guys could store it. Number one is you could basically make watermelon ice cubes. So you
could take this and put it in an ice cube tray and then freeze it, and then use that
in different drinks or in blended smoothies for example, and you could also put this in
a wine bottle with a wine saver so it basically sucks out the air out of the bottle and that’ll
ensure your juice stays fresher longer because it’s pulling out the air so it cannot oxidize.
I think the final thing and final comment I’d like to say is I want to always encourage
you guys to eat more fruits and vegetables and simply the juicer is just a simple tool
to do just that. Any final comments Lauren? No, but I’m looking forward to going to
Barton Springs. Alright so I guess I’ll be going to Barton
Springs with Lauren and I’ll be enjoying myself, and hopefully we’ll go on a hot
day and she won this bet, maybe I’ll win the bet in the future. I was close though,
we were close and the juicer was more efficient and there was more water in the watermelon.
Ah excuses, excuses. [laughter]. But anyways, the watermelon juice is good,
and I’m glad to be drinking it with my sweetie. Hopefully you guys buy a juicer and are able
to enjoy it with you and share the blessings of fruits and vegetables with your family
so that they can start eating healthier as well. If you’re interested in purchasing
a Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer, be sure to visit me and support me at
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25 thoughts on “How to Make the Best Watermelon Juice

  • Hello John, i am in the market to replace my high speed juicer for a slow juicer. I'm still on the fence on witch one it will be, the Slow Star, or the one you are using here. I know you have a VS video, but when used in dayly life, witch one would you go for? I know a lot from your videos, but for me it's hard to choose, as they seem both very good and competent juicers!

    Oh, before i forget, great video, i love to listening to your tips about health. Keep up the good work.

    Have a nice day.

    Kind regards, Ronald.

  • That looks so yummy, and it was nice to meet your girlfriend, enjoy your trip to Barton Springs, really nice video! Best to you both!

  • Smiles all around. I plan to juice lots of melon this summer.

    Bonus points for making a bet you knew you'd lose. Gotta keep the gf happy.

  • Nice video, and Lauren is very cute and seems very sweet. You make a good pair, I think! Enjoy Barton Springs – bwahahahahahaha!!!!

    This is a great idea to do with kids or grandkids – they get to help make an easy juice and they'll really like it on a hot day. I live in Tucson, AZ, so we know all about hot days here!

    Question I was wondering about is what you think of the Fusion juicer? It's between the fast and slow. Would love to hear you thoughts and maybe see juice offs with one of those vs a slow juicer and even fast juicers.

    Keep up the good work and I always enjoy your videos.

  • Hey john youve been a huge motivation for me to make a huge change with my lifestyle incorporating your green juices would love for you to follow my channel thanks @discountjuices

  • I got a juicer about a year ago but lost interest in because I was doing it everyday and it was a pain to clean up. But a friend got me back in to it. And now doing it everyday but unknowing to me at the time I could put it fridge for a couple of days so I only need to do it every two or three days. Now back to you, you have giving me every more information about juicing I have just bought myself the Omega VSJ743 which I am waiting for it to be delivered. As I had the centrifugal one so I am looking forward to having a better juice and less waste. I will let you know what I think afterwards. Also already I feel better not craving food in the same way as before. Two weeks ago I weight in at 145kg I have not weigh myself yet but I do feel lighter. Also watch the movie fat, sick and nearly dead. When recommended. Now you have a good holiday and thanks for all your great information. And in my next post I hope to much lighter and healthier.

  • Please do a video on making a chicken substitute with  eggplant using the Kuvings whole slow juicer blank……………………..

  • Thanks for the video, I bought a melon yesterday and juiced it in my single auger Matstone juicer, and it was delicious. I peeled the skin with a V-peeler as it wasn't organic. The pulp came out a little wet but I re-juiced it and extracted much more from it, leaving the pulp dry. I also added the juice from a slice of lemon to give it a kick. Melon yeilds a large amount of water and I'm going to make watermelon juice on a regular basis. I always wanted to get a water distiller but they are expensive and require maintenance so naturally filtered water from melons is a good alternative.

  • I'm totally going to make watermelon juice tonight! 😀

    John seems like such a nice guy, and his girlfriend is lovely. Have a great time at the springs! 😉

  • John, this question has nothing to do with the above video.  My husband & I just started juicing 10 days ago, we bought the Kuvings Whole Slow Juicer.  I see spinach being juiced by many, but I heard you shouldn't have spinach raw (and other things) due to phytates.  Will you please let me know your thoughts on it?

  • hello where did you get those mason jar & glass straw that's awesome I been trying to stray away from plastic I love all your videos!

  • I think they make a great couple too. 🙂 So glad they crossed paths. Praying God's blessings on you two. Bring him to church Lauren 😉 Thanks so much for the video.

  • These captions do not visually add to the video. I understand the benefit that the captions can have for a particular group of people, but the captions should be relocated. This probably seems like a Youtube tech issue.

  • you may have lost but that is an amazing amount of liquid from a 19 pound watermelon.  I think you would have been a bit closer if you had stated with a melon exactly the same weight as the water less the containers.  Seems like your a pound off or so.  That said, I still think you would be on the losing end!

  • ✨John & Lauren , you sure know how to make the whole healthy process of juicing , informative & Fun !!! #Thanks ✨😃👍🏼🍓🥥✨

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