The color of this juice is bright green, and it smells like grass that has just been cut, however it doesn't taste like grass. According to my husband is "blend", but that's because he likes really sweet juices.
If what you want to achieve is a very sweet green juice, use more apples. I don't because I don't want my sugar level to spike. Another note... be careful with the Kale, it has a bitter taste so the more you put, the bitter the drink will be. The recipe says two kale leaves, however I only put one. Play with the recipe to your taste.
♥ Handful or parsley or wheatgrass
♥ 2 Granny Smith Apples, cut into wedges
♥ 2 Kale leaves
♥ Handful of spinach
Juice the parsley or wheatgrass first, then one of the apples, the kale, spinach, and the second apple. That will allow for the juice to flow better in your juicer.
Approximate Nutrient Content
Calories 189, Protein 4g, Carbohydrate 47g, Fat 1.4g, Vitamin A 766RE (RE - Retinol Equivalent), Vitamin C 56mg, Vitamin E 8.4mg, Thiamine 0.13mg, Riboflavin 0.44mg, Niacin 1.1mg, Vitamin B6 0.6mg, Folic Acid 244mcg, Sodium 94mg, Calcium 145mg, Magnesium 104mg, Potassium 996mg, Iron 4.4mg.
♥ Natalia ♥
Recipe from "The Complete Book of Juicing" by Michael T. Murray, N.D.