Artichokes certainly don’t look like ideal candidates for juicing. However, once disassembled they fit easily into most juicers. Both Jerusalem and globe artichokes juice well raw. Artichoke juice is full of vitamins, fiber and antioxidants. However, it has a very strong flavor. If this is your first time drinking artichoke juice, mix it with celery or tomato juice to make it a little more palatable.
Things You'll Need
Cut the artichoke’s stem off even with the base of the artichoke bud – if that has not already been done.
Pull off any dry and tough lower leaves.
Pull off the leaves of the artichoke and feed them to the juicer per the manufacturer’s instructions for juicing.
Cut the artichoke’s heart into pieces that are small enough to fit into the juicer.
Feed the artichoke heart pieces to the juicer.
References and Resources"The Juice Lady's Guide to Juicing for Health"; Cherie Calbom, MS; 2000
"Getting the Best Out of Your Juicer"; William H. Lee; 1998
"The Art of Healthy Eating: Let Food Be Your Medicine"; Frantz Delva MD Mph Phd; 2010