What to Grow in Your Vegetable Garden if You Want to Juice Everyday

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a tour of his front-yard garden to share wtih you what he is currently growing. In this episode, Joh…
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24 Responses to “What to Grow in Your Vegetable Garden if You Want to Juice Everyday”

  1. Hatsune miku watched this video

  2. You should make a video just discussing all the different types of vegetables to grow from A-Z!

  3. Hey john, what about all the fiber from the juice? It still has some nutrients and good solids. Is still better a liquid diet?

  4. corporatejungles Reply June 26, 2013 at 4:41 pm

    I can’t find seeds for tree collards anywhere on the net. You got a source? I even tried ebay and didn’t find it and you can find ANYTHING on ebay.

  5. corporatejungles Reply June 26, 2013 at 4:46 pm

    so they are saying (scientist) that the stinging nettle poison is actually good for arthritis.  And if you do rub the leaf juice on the sting it does stop the pain, I did it once. It totally works.

  6. In order to juice everyday. How many of these plants should be in your garden?

  7. Try getting a vita mixer. They make the motors for the blenders that jamba juice and other companies use. Yes it is like $400. But Once you learn how to use it you won’t turn back. No cleaning up pulp no cutting things way down to size to fit in a little whole. There are awesome recipes all over the net and vids that show you how to use it. They are built like tanks and are so powerful they can liquefy chicken bones. The best thing I have ever bought period. Just google vita mixer.

  8. Isn’t uranium HIGHLY radioactive? Am I remembering it wrong?

  9. the man has a point good weed is good weed

  10. Damnit freakin John you just crack me up…. keep em coming bro.

  11. Too funny! ( “You know what I do with my volunteers? I EAT them.) I think I may have “volunteers” and when I mow my lawn I cut around them until I find out if they are edible or not.

  12. beautiful garden. so inspiring….i can’t wait to have a yard one day soon.

  13. YES, a drink-off indeed sir! How cool would that be, how would you determine a winner though? Would the contest start with sweet simple flavors then move to the more pungent? Who ever pees first looses? Either way I think you should do a drink off video with some friends.

  14. Hey John, hope you see this. You have been a great inspiration to me. I got interested in gardening last year and grew in some containers at my apartment, but just got a house this year and started my raised bed garden. I started this channel because of all the great advice you give. I also started juicing recently and ordered a Lequip 215XL from you. It seemed like the best vaule for my price range. Anyway, thanks again and again. I hope someday I can be growin’ like you!

  15. What kind of juicer do you use? Is there a difference between masticating, centrifugal, auger?

  16. eating algea seaweed and a vegi stock made from my new juicer, thanks for the amazing video!!

  17. Take that stinging nettles! gets me every time

  18. How do you keep bugs and animals from destroying your plants. Squirrels and rabbits abound. I don’t mind them having a bit, but I’m planting to juice, not to feed the rabbits.Did I mention bugs?

  19. Cameron Scharnberg Reply June 27, 2013 at 12:55 am

    You can get B12 from bananas.

  20. Lorraine Robinson Reply June 27, 2013 at 1:21 am

    Hey, don’t be pickin on my John. He’s keeping us all alive and healthy.
    Also, I think he has a great healthy skin tone. Wish I had it!
    You can also juice all color fruits and veggies. Chard, rhubarb, carrots, beets, blueberries, mango, on and on.

  21. MischievousKittie Reply June 27, 2013 at 2:13 am

    you might at first because its like cravings. We get used to processed foods, we get addicted to sugar and caffeine. It best to go slow and slowly juice a meal a day..over time.

  22. isnt making smoothies in a blender better than juicing your plants??

  23. If I am replacing meals with juices, will I become hungry all the time from lack of calories?? or is the juice that satisfying?

    Do you prefer juicing or blending?

  24. How many hours do you spend tending to your garden per week? Thank you for making this video and setting the example.