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Wednesday, 22 April 2015

My Fitness Routine: How to make Abeduro Juice

Abeduro juice/smoothie

Good afternoon! Hope you are all feeling great! Yes! I know it's afternoon, and that's when most of us feel"some way". Don't worry, night would soon come around to go and lie on your comforter-your bed.

Well, some time ago, I wrote my fitness routine and promised to write a post on how to make the abeduro juice /smoothie. I'm about to give you the recipe this afternoon. I did not forget. In my planner, I wrote that I would write this post for you.

Mostly, our elderly people advise us to drink it. They believe it serves as a natural blood donor.
Abeduro or Solanum incanum, scientifically called,  is some little green peas that are sold in every local market. Their nutritional value is very high. It contains iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamins A, C, D, E6 and other minor minerals. You can add it to your meals while cooking.

Ingredients
Fresh Abeduro
Water
Milk

Method

  • First, remove the branch from the fruit and wash them thoroughly



  • Pour it into a saucepan with water and put it on fire
  • Boil for about 5-7 minutes for it to cook



  • Sieve it out but don't throw the water away
  • Pour the boiled fruits into the earthenware pot(ansaka) and grind or you could use a blender




  • Pour the ground /blended substance into a plastic sieve and drain the liquid juice out of it. You can now pour the previous filtered water into the sieve to help drain more water, until it remains chaff .

  • Sieve the juice again into a cup /jar/bowl to remove any hidden chaff
  • Your juice is served.

Some of us do not like the bitter taste behind it, like me, so you can add a little milk to the juice. Do not add too much milk since it could give you gas in your stomach and the most important thing is the abeduro juice, but not the milk.

Your juice is served


A cup is enough for a serving. It can also be taken one in the morning and one in the evening before bed.

I take this juice twice a day, most especially before my workout. It provides more blood cells and it's very healthy.

Do you have any other juice you would like to share with me. How has abeduro juice blessed your life?

Stay sweet

23 comments:

  1. This is a new juice idea for me! I'll definitely have to try it!

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  2. What a cool idea! Thanks for sharing! I'll have to try it!

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  3. You really have to try it. It's nutritious

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  4. You have to, my friend. It's evergreen

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  5. I love finding new juicing recipes & bitter is my favorite! I'm going to have to find some abeduro!

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  6. I don't know whether it is available in your country, but if it is, I suggest you try it

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  7. I hope you find some in your country. It's very essential

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  8. I've never heard of abeduro juice, but it sounds like it has a lot of great benefits. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Abeduro is mostly found in Africa. I don't know about you guys but I hope you find some there. It can be ground and added to soups and stews

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  10. I must try this! Thanks so much for sharing!
    xo
    Lauren Ashley
    www.thefashionistasdiary.com

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  11. I still have yet to juice anything, but this sounds yummy so I may just need to finally give it a try!

    XOXO

    Marie H.

    Progression By Design

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  12. I've been wanting to get into making juices...this seems like a great one to try!

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  13. You really have to. It's has a whole lot of nutritional value

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  14. Yeah it is. It might be difficult at the first start. But it is worth a try

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  15. It is great. I really believe in it

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  16. Oh, this looks great! Thank you so much for sharing :) I really enjoy green juice & carrot-apple-beet juice, so this seems like it would be something I'd enjoy!

    XX, SS || A Little Seersucker Sass

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  17. I've never heard of this before but it sounds very healthy! I'll have to look for abeduro next time I'm in the store!

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  18. Carrot apple beet juice! Haven't tried it yet! I'll see if I can try that

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  19. Abeduro is the Ghanaian local name for it. I do not know the English name for it.

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