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Sweet Tomato Juice


My mom is the inspiration behind this recipe.  She loves to make homemade juice, because it is fresher and healthier. This juice is a surefire way for kids to get their daily serving of a vegetable or fruit. Some people say tomato is a vegetable while others say it is a fruit.  Either way, it’s a great antioxidant!


Prep Time:  15 minutes Serves: 4


4 beefsteak tomatoes, stemmed and halved

2 c. water

1/4 tsp. ground cardamom

6 saffron threads

juice of 1/2 lime

1/2 c. sugar (can substitute low calorie sugar)

ice cubes for serving glasses


Puree the tomatoes in a blender fitted with a steel blade or food processor.  Empty the contents through a sieve into a pitcher.  Add water, cardamom, saffron threads, lime juice, and sugar.  Stir thoroughly and pour into serving glasses with ice cubes.

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