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When it comes to juicing, sweet potatoes may not be the first vegetable you think of, but you can mix them with other juices to add richness and a smooth, thick texture. Strawberries, with their acidity, pair well with the sweet potatoes, as does fresh apple juice. Go all-vegetable and mix carrot juice, orange juice, a dash of lime juice and sweet potato juice together for a nutrition powerhouse with zing. As with all fresh juices, drink it straight away.

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Wash the sweet potato thoroughly with clean water and peel it.

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Chop the sweet potatoes into strips or chunks small enough to fit into your juicer.

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Juice the sweet potatoes as instructed in your juicer's operational manual.

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Wash, chop and juice carrots, oranges, or any other fruit or vegetables and add to your sweet potato juice.

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Add the juice to a blender with a handful of crushed ice.

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Blend the juice and ice to create a refreshing frothy juice drink.

Warning

Unpasteurized fresh juices carry some risk of foodborne illness. Drink them straight away and only refrigerate those that have been pasteurized.

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