Biotta juices are super versatile – for most varieties we recommend you drink 100ml per day to achieve the associated health benefits. However, exactly how you do this is completely up to you!
Although they taste great on their own, having some variety is always nice, so why not get inventive and try incorporating them into some recipes. Let’s give you some Biotta inspiration and talk through some ideas!
As we know, the fibre content of Biotta juices is lacking – only because they’re just so jam-packed with nutrients instead! However, making a smoothie allows you to get some essential fibre back in.
Mix 100 ml of your fruit or vegetable juice of choice (why not try using some fruity Wild Mountain Cranberry?), then add some whole fruit and vegetables of your choice (spinach or a banana are nice options). Why not include some sources of protein or healthy fats for a more all-round balanced snack – try out variations including peanut butter, yoghurt, milk alternatives, avocado, flax oil, nuts or seeds. The choices are endless!
Supercharge your soups by replacing some of the liquid elements (water or stock) with some Biotta juice instead. Add the juice at the end of cooking so the juices aren’t subjected to high temperatures – this will help retain more of the nutrients. Try out using some of the nice veggie options such as Biotta’s Vegetable Cocktail.
Similar to soups, Biotta juices can be used as part of risotto recipes in place of some of the stock. We’ve found that vegetable juice varieties such as Beetroot or Breuss work particularly well.
Naturally occurring L+ lactic acid very gently lowers the pH of many of our juices. Certain varieties such as Biotta Potato Juice, have a distinctive, fragrant taste which can work well as part of homemade sauces or dressings.
Try being more creative in the kitchen and experiment with different veggie flavoured breads. Again, instead of using water in the recipe, simply add some juice instead. Purple Carrot or Beetroot varieties work nicely as they not only give a lovely subtle flavour to the bread, but also inject some lovely natural colour!
The choices are endless – feel free to let us know how you get on and share some of your own recipe ideas in the comments box below!