Noni juice has been credited with a vast array of benefits, including reducing pain, preventing cancer, alleviating diabetes, helping with memory and scaring away people who can’t stand the smell.
Today I share how to make fresh noni juice. Juicing noni fruit isn’t particularly easy as the pulp holds in the juice, so I add some water to the blender and blend up noni fruit, then push the fruit pulp through a sieve. You still get a thick noni juice this way, so it’s not good for you pulp-free aficionados, but it’s good juice.
Making noni juice only takes a few minutes for a small amount. I made over a gallon of fresh noni juice the evening I filmed this video and it took me about an hour. Using a juicer would probably work but I don’t have one. Other people juice noni by letting the fruit turn to mush on the counter, then pressing out the juice with a fork. That’s a little scarier, though noni seems to have a strange preservative effect which keeps it from spoiling like some fruit do. Even fruit flies don’t like eating noni.
I have gotten used to the taste and like it. Wikipedia claims it’s bitter but it isn’t – not really. The taste of noni is slightly sweet and cheesy – like a strong cheese – with black pepper undertones. Drinking noni juice is a unique experience but not a terrible one. I find it quite drinkable, though your mileage may vary. After you drink noni juice you feel healthy – it makes your whole body tingle. I’ve been drinking noni juice every day.
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