Contains a variety of minerals and nutrients, juice is often referred to to help cleanse the body. With a variety of antioxidants, beet juice is a simple and important supplement to any healthy diet. By preserving the juice, the power of beets can be added to recipes and juices throughout the year. The juice can be either frozen or canned.
When juicing your own turnips, choose the ones with smoother, firmer skin.
Pour the beet juice into the freezer pans and fill each bag in about three quarters. This can cause the juice to expand upon cooling.
Place the trays in the freezer. Place them on a flat surface for even cubes.
Freeze the cubes for 24 hours or until completely solid.
Take the cups from the freezer. Push the cubes from the tray.
Put the cubes in the large freezer bag and close them. Put it back in the freezer and remove the cubes to put in the recipes.
Put the juice in the pot and boil it on the stove. Hold the heat until it is in the jars.
Place the simmering juice in the clear solid jars and place 1 inch on top with the hopper on top. Wipe the juice with a damp paper towel. Put the lids over the glasses. Screw the edges around the lids and secure them with your fingers.
Pour water into the pressure vessel on the specified line. This is usually about 1 to 3 inches from the ground. Place the sealed containers at the designated points on the container. Secure the lid securely and make sure the openings are clear.
Insert the pressure vessel into the oven and turn on the heater until the 10 lb meter is detected. Refrigerate the vessels at this pressure for 30 minutes. Turn off the heater and let the pressure reach zero.
Remove the pliers and allow them to cool completely on the towel-covered counter. Check the sealing of the jars by pressing the center of the lid. If it remains involved and does not appear, the jars are sealed. Store in a cool, dark and dry place.