SO, this is one of the most basic, delicious, go-to juices I make. It's sort of my lazy juice recipe. I usually like to include some sort of leafy green and about 1/2 fruits and 1/2 vegetables in my juice, but this particular recipe does contain more fruit and is just meant to be super easy. I'll post more palate intriguing and complex recipes later.
Apple, carrot & strawberry juice recipe:
(Relatively self explanatory, but play around with the amount of each veggie and fruit while trying to stay close to the 1/2 & 1/2 ratio of fruits to vegetables-- this is a general rule I use for all juices)
2 large apples
2 large carrots
Acquire a juicer. This step may be harder than it seems. I took weeks researching, reviewing, and saving to buy my juicer. Get informed and know what kind of juice you want to make and how much $$ you want to spend. I purchased a Breville Juice Fountain Plus (http://www.brevilleusa.com/juice-fountain-plus-je98xl.html) for $150. That wasn't pocket change for me, but I knew I wanted to buy a "top of the line" juicer which was easy to use, even easier to clean and produced the most juice the most efficiently. This just happened to be the juicer for me, but there are both cheaper/ more expensive products on the market. While you're at it, watch Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead (http://www.fatsickandnearlydead.com/). Just sayin', great documentary. See? not such a simple step after all.
NEXT... Juice all fruits and veggies.
If you make a lot, like I did, and have leftovers, store it in an air tight container and out it in fridge.
Leftovers can be used for compost or as a nice air freshener for your garbage: