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While strolling through the farmers market, I saw the most beautiful apples ever "Arkansas Black Apples" and I had to have them. Well, needless to say I can't get enough of these apples.
Arkansas Black Apples
- First produced in 1870 in an orchard in Arkansas
- In season in mid-October
- Skin is dark red to almost black
- Excellent flavor
- Crisp and ideal for juicing
- Slight tartness
The very first time I tried the Arkansas Black apples in fresh carrot juice, I was hooked. The carrot-apple juice actually has a sweet-tarty taste and is very delicious.
4-5 organic carrots
1 small Arkansas Black Apple
Directions: Wash carrots and apple. Push through the hopper of your juicer. Add a little distilled water if you desire.
**This makes 1 serving, but if you want a larger serving add more carrots and apples.**
Have a juicy day! :)