Homemade Hummus Using a PURE Juicer

Yield: 2.5 cups or 20 oz
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes (including clean up)

Homemade hummus made entirely of raw, whole, natural ingredients? Yes, please. The PURE Juicer makes this process a breeze when you simply grind the ingredients through stage one. This recipe allows for modifications according to personal taste: start with our suggestions below but feel free to play around with the spices, especially the cumin and garlic! We used a #4 PURE juicer grid, but if you prefer a super-fine grind, use the #2.

juice made from veggies on table

Three Juice Recipes for Energy, Brain Health and Immunity

Juice recipes for mental & brain health, energy, cancer prevention, and immunity.
In part one of this blog series, we shared recipes for cardiovascular health and musculoskeletal health. In part two, we have three recipes that help our brains, energy, and immune systems.

They say dancing is one of the best ways to keep our brain and body youthful. And research has even shown that people who started dancing regularly said they had more energy, stamina, and vitality. So, we used brain and mitochondrial health ingredients from the Periodic Table of Juicing to create this rich and delicious juice.

Chai tea

Spicy Chai Recipe Using a PURE Juicer

Can the PURE Juicer grind spices? Absolutely. In our recent test kitchen, we decided to put our PURE Juicer to the test to see how well it did, and we can say with full confidence that it was fast and easy. So easy that we ordered spices in bulk for future tea.

PURE Juicer comes with eight different grids. The smaller the grid, the finer the grind. For example, coffee and spices use the smallest grid, the #2. Grids 3, 4, and 5 are good for nut butter, baby food, pesto, hummus, and ‘nice’ cream. Grids 6, 8, 10, and 12 are used mainly for juicing. We recommend using smaller grid sizes for softer fruits, and for produce like celery and ginger, always use the #12.

Strawberry Almond Smoothie

Two Juice Recipes to Boost Cardio and Strength Performance

Part One – Cardiovascular & Musculoskeletal

We are an active crew at PURE Juicer. With summer only a month away, we are ready to take advantage of local farmer’s markets and fun outdoor activities. We hope you are too. So we decided to use the Periodic Table of Juicer to create active-inspired juice recipes for this blog.

pasta made with PURE juicer

Four Flavorful Pasta Recipes Using Pulp from The PURE Juicer

We hope you enjoyed the elixir blog that showed you how to make four flavorful juices that feed our bodies. Click here to show you step one if you haven’t seen it.

These four homemade pasta recipes with juice pulp are only a sample of the color and flavor you can create. The recipes do not require any special tools or ingredients. Although we demonstrate making pasta with the attachment on a Kitchen Aid, you can also simply roll the dough and use a pizza cutter to create delicious linguini.

PURE Juicer and jars of juice and pulp

PURE Recipes: Four Amazing Elixir Juices that Provide Pulp for Colorful Pasta

Zero-Waste Series – Where we make cold-pressed juices and show you a way to use the pulp and peels.

The PURE Juicer is able to extract insoluble fiber from the juice. This leaves juice from the PURE silky smooth and easy to digest and even easier to absorb. 

fruit and PURE Juicer

Sustainable Recipes for Juice and Tea

Zero-Waste Series – Where we make cold-pressed juices and show you a way to use the pulp and peels.

One of the most popular cold-press juice recipes in the winter in our PURE Juicer community is the lemon-ginger-turmeric shots. Since we posted this recipe last year, we have added the orange and pineapple to take this immune-boosting juice to the next level.

Purple juice

Juicing for Heart Health

Ilene S. Ruhoy, MD, PhD
Chief Medical Officer

Our heart beats 60 to 80 times per minute. It may go higher when we exercise or lower when we sleep. Each beat pumps blood out of a large vessel called the aorta and sends it on its way to all the arteries and arterioles that feed every piece of every organ of our body. These pieces of tissue extract oxygen and nutrients from the blood, both important for functioning. Nutrients play critical roles as substrates and co-factors for all the enzymes and their reactions that work to maintain homeostasis of our organ systems. And oxygen is necessary for these cells to function at all. Oxygen itself is carried by proteins that require an appropriate nutritional state of our body.