Best Watermelon Juice Recipe

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Watermelon is one of the most popular fruits in America, particularly in the summer, and its juice is available at grocery stores and markets around the world. If watermelon juice isn’t widely available in your area, it is quite simple to make it at home. While some people may not easily take to its sweet, almost saccharine flavor, it can make a major difference to your health. So let’s take a look at the watermelon juice recipe!

Best Watermelon Juice Recipe
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A delicious thirst-quencher!
Prep Time
20 minutes
Prep Time
20 minutes
Best Watermelon Juice Recipe
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A delicious thirst-quencher!
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20 minutes
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20 minutes

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Instructions

  1. To make fresh watermelon juice, first cut the watermelon into fine pieces. Then add the pieces, along with ginger, and lemon juice in a blender and blend it thoroughly until the consistency is smooth.
  2. Pour the blended juice through a fine sieve to remove fibrous material.
  3. You can add mint leaves or a teaspoon of sugar before serving. If you wish to have it chilled, add ice cubes or keep it in the refrigerator before serving. Enjoy this delicious drink!

Recipe Notes

You can store the excess juice in an airtight jar or jug in the refrigerator. You can add rock salt to enhance the taste.

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About the Author

Vanya is a passionate writer with interest in the field of health, nutrition, culture, and lifestyle. She wants to spread awareness about mental health and how to tackle it. Apart from work, she spends her time reading books, watching movies, listening to music, and sometimes just collecting her thoughts. One may often find her interacting with nature and its various aspects.