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The Naked Radish Recommendation: Stainless Steel Ladle

Ladles are not just for serving soups; they are important in juicing too. The same principle with soups applies to juicing: you are moving liquid and the best way to do that is with a ladle.

Depending on your set up, you’ll likely need to move juice from a large bowl into smaller mason jars or glasses for drinking. Ladles are the easiest way to do this without spilling the green gold.

Ladles come in a variety of sizes, colors, and materials, but for juicing it’s best have a large ladle and a small-to-medium size cup. This ladle is perfect for transferring juice into a small glass (it’s fun to drink juice in a champagne glass!) or for transferring larger amount of juice into mason jars for storing.

It’s a good time to note that juicing is a lifestyle and not a fad or crash diet. The easier you make juicing, the more likely you are to stick with it long-term and reap the many health benefits for years to come.

Stainless Steel Ladle offers the following features:

- A long handle that lets you reach deep into a bowl or jar allowing you to better move the juice without spills or messes.

- A deep cup that allows you to move the maximum amount of juice at a time.

- The stainless steel material that makes them easy to wash, clean and shiny.

Sometimes I even like to take a little sip from the ladle as I’m moving juice into to my magic mason jars.

The Naked Radish Recommendation: Stainless Steel Ladle

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