It doesn’t take much for yours truly to celebrate. There’s no need to wait for once per year. For me, every day is a celebration. So, what did I do? I fetched two of my champagne chutes and went to town. By the way, these two are gifts from a good mate. Seems like we’re always in a celebratory mood. Thanks to her……yeah!!

Had a couple of medium-sized  cucumbers.  But, I know their shelf lives are very low. Can’t afford to let them go to waste. Never felt like having them in a garden salad or pickling them. So, yours truly opted to chop them up and make a refreshing cucumber juice.



  • Cucumbers (2 med)
  • Lemon (1 Large) (lemon would be perfect)
  • Ground Ginger (1 tbsp)
  • Honey (a generous squeeze) (any sweetener is great)
  • Water (1 pint)


  1. Thoroughly rinsed my cucumbers under tap water.
  2. Further did a quick rinse with boiling water to remove any residual dirt or pesticide and cooled with cold water.
  3. Chopped cucumbers in sizable pieces to accommodate blender (standing).
  4. Used my knife to mince ginger.
  5. Added water, juice of lemon and all the other ingredients in blender and pureed same to a smooth finish. (I made sure to further liquefy honey with a little boiling water)

Guys, I served my  cucumber juice in my champagne chutes. I had both chutes (just minutes to chug down). It was refreshing and quite tasty.  I knew for sure that I started my day just right. I’m over the moon knowing that I had incorporated great fibers and other beneficial nutrients to my body. Salud!!

2 Comments Add yours

    1. bblake10 says:

      Thank you for checking out my post. I’m also appreciative of your additional health information on cucumber. Thanks for your interest.

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