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an alkaline drink to start the day off with

~ alkaline, raw, vegan, nut-free ~

I have been working on creating a few more alkaline drinks to add to my morning routine. This particular one always starts my day off with a smile. I mean, really…  a vibrant red juice with pink foam ( from the apple cider vinegar ) is the new rage in my kitchen.

The three key ingredients are beet juice, apple cider vinegar, and fresh ginger.  A powerful trio to wake up the digestion and to help get things moving.

There is something beautiful about beets.  Not only on the outside but also the inside. They contain choline, which helps detoxify and cleanse both the liver and the entire system. Supporting your liver is essential for ridding your body of toxins on a daily basis.

I shared in my Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey Drink recipe how the alkalinity of apple cider vinegar can help correct excess acidity in our system and help prevent and fight infection by promoting a more balanced PH in the body.

Studies have shown that diseases flourish in acidic conditions. Returning the body to a more alkaline state may help to combat a host of conditions such as bladder infections, aching muscles and joints, fatigue, allergies, and sluggish or poor digestion.

And then there is the fresh ginger. Let’s turn the heat up with this baby. Ginger is right up there, being one of the most alkaline-promoting foods.  It has a pH of 5.6 to 5.9, but of course, we also need to take into account the quality of the foods that we are ingesting.  The alkalinity of foods depends on growing conditions and processing. So choose wisely.

Now, you may not require any sweetening… so go ahead and give it a swig before adding any.  But I did… but to keep this drink sugar free (except for the natural sugars found in the beets), I used my all-time favorite liquid NuNaturals (alcohol free) stevia.  If you want to add in a sweetener and keep it more alkaline, use raw honey.  Start with a few tablespoons and work up until you please those taste buds sitting on the tip of your tongue.

This recipe should last for a few days in the fridge, but remember when juicing, it’s always best to drink it sooner than later.

  Please comment below, and I hope you enjoy this recipe.  Sipping blessings, amie sue

an alkaline drink to start the day off with. got to love the pink foam!



  1. In the blender, combine the water, apple cider vinegar, beet juice, ginger, and stevia. Blend on low unless you want a lot of foam.  Foam is good, just hard to bottle if that is your intention.
  2. Serve right away or store in airtight bottles in the fridge for several days.
  3. It is best to drink it sooner than later since the fresh beet juice as it sits, it will start to lose nutrients.
  4. Tastes incredible over ice with some bruised mint leaves added.
  5. I bottled some up in  (these) bottles, which can be purchased through my Amazon store. I Love them; I ordered two more cases for my kombucha drinks too.



6 thoughts on “Feel the Beet

  1. onebearheart says:

    the presentation is beautiful! can u share how u do ur labels please?

    • amie-sue says:

      Good morning onebearheart,

      I do my labels on a program called Print Shop 2. Nothing complicated it them really. Sometimes I use label stickers and other times I print them on kraft paper, cut and tape them to the bottle. Do you use any type of photo or print shop programs? Have a blessed weekend, amie sue

  2. donna says:

    can the beet juice be replaced with beet powder?

    • amie-sue says:

      I don’t see why not Donna. I am not sure of the measurement, follow your taste buds :) If you try it, please let us know how much you used and perhaps the brand of the powder that you use. Blessings, amie sue

  3. Jesse Pfoser says:

    Hallo Liebe Amie-Sue.
    Ich habe heute diesen Großartigen Rote Beete Saft für mich und meine Großmutter gemacht, ich liebe ihn aber Oma hat mich mit großen Augen angesehen und hat mich gefragt, was ist das das ist nicht lecker, ich musste ganz laut anfangen zu lachen.
    Ich liebe diesen Rote Beete Saft!
    Liebe Grüße, Jesse Gabriel

    • amie-sue says:

      I had Google translate this for us:

      Hello dear Amie-Sue.
      I have made this great beetroot juice for me and my grandmother today, but I love him but Grandma has looked at me with big eyes and asked me what is this is not tasty, I had to start laughing aloud.
      I love this beetroot juice!
      Greetings, Jesse Gabriel”

      lol Jesse, I can just see your grandmother doing that too. Beet juice isn’t for everyone. I am with you though, I love them. :) So happy to hear that you gave the recipe a try. I always love hearing from you. I hope that you are staying warm my friend. Blessings, amie sue

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