How To Winterify Your Favorite Juice

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Oh juice, how we love thee. Your rainbow of colors and your treasure trove of nutrients make our hearts go pitter-patter. But when the air starts to chill, our tastes shift. Not sure what to do with your cold-pressed during a cold front? Never fear, your faithful juice can have a place in your daily diet all year long. Just a few simple steps make any juice winter-ready.

Sync with the season.

A hearty green juice can provide you with a full meal's worth of vitamins and minerals. Garnish your favorite grab-and-go variety with ripe winter fruits like ruby-red pomegranate seeds to savor the flavors of the season.

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Spice it up.

A dash of warming spices can transform a beloved juice into something exciting. Dust the top of your glass with freshly ground cloves, nutmeg, ginger, or cardamom, and swirl with a cinnamon stick for a nourishing and festive drink.

Editor's Pick: Naked's fruitful juices, like their Orange Carrot, sing with a touch of spice.

Take off the chill.

Apple, lemon, and ginger suddenly tastes like the season when warmed through. Set on the stovetop for just a few minutes and you'll awaken the citrus notes, turning it from a summertime staple to a healthified hot toddy. Carry a full ceramic mug or portable thermos to keep your hands toasty.

Editor's Pick: BluePrint's Spicy Apple offers a kick whether hot or cold.

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