How to Make Pear Juice
- Bathe and thoroughly wash the pears with cold water in the sink. Gently rub against scrub all the surface area with a brush or with your hands to get off the dirt.
- Cut through the center and remove any seeds that are there. Discard the center part which has seeds, the seeds, and the stem.
- Slice the pears into chunks that are a perfect size to fit in your juicer’s tray and tubes.
- Cut and set ready any additional ingredients you want to use in your pear juice. Other fruits, such as apple or mango, work really well and so do some vegetables including cucumber, celery, spinach, kale, carrots or broccoli.
Hurl them into the juicer along with any herbs and spices of your choice. These spices often include cinnamon, nutmeg, clove or ginger.
- Set the juicer on and let the pear and other ingredients run through it. Make sure you go according to your model's instructions.
- Take out the pulp that is still there and run through the juicer again, if needed.
- Serve! Pear juice is meant to be consumed fresh because unpasteurized juices should not be stored.
- Pears are one of the world's oldest and dearest fruits. In 5,000 B.C., Feng Li, a Chinese representative, deserted his job when he started to grow peaches, almonds, persimmons, pears, and apples as a business wander.
- In The Odyssey, the Greek poet, Homer, commends pears as "gift of the gods".
- Among all the species of pears, the Chinese pear is known to have the best healing qualities.
Pears are in season amid the late spring, the months from June to September, based on the type and region in which they are grown.