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    • Homemade V-8 juice

      15 lb fully ripe tomatoes, chopped
      2 c celery, chopped
      3 lg onions, chopped
      3 garlic cloves, minced/mashed
      2 t salt
      3/4 t pepper
      2 t prepared horseradish
      1/3 c lemon juice
      Worcestershire to taste
      1/4 c sugar, or to taste


      Combine all ingredients in a large pan over med/high heat. When mix boils, reduce heat to med and continue to cook for 20 minutes. Remove from heat, cool 10 minutes. Using a blender, puree until smooth, using about 1/4 of the mix at a time. Strain and discard pulp if using as a drink. If using as a base for Beef/Venison recipes, simply vacuum seal and store in fridge or freezer.
      To make a meal: add 4 c. juice blend with a red meat roast in a crockpot, cook on med/high all day. Delicious!

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      Try this delicious lower sodium vegetable juice recipe that tastes just like V8 juice

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      Comments 1 Comment
      1. Madeupagin's Avatar
        Madeupagin -
        This looks good, but isn't truly V8. V8 has literally 8 vegetables. This only has three. I know that at least the carrots and beet juices are missing. But this looks really good anyway! Thanks!


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