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carrot juice

In Jamaican household, the Sunday dinner is a huge affair! The family must have dinner together, and the juice must be plentiful. Among the many juices that may be served with the Sunday dinner, is carrot juice.

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10 large carrots
3 cups water
1 tsp. grated nutmeg
2 tbsps. Wray & Nephew white rum (optional)
2 tsp. vanilla flavouring or 1 tsp. vanilla essence
Condensed milk to sweeten

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1. Remove carrots tops and tips and wash them thoroughly under running water.
2. There is no need to peel the carrots. Cut each carrot into 3 or 4 pieces


Blend carrots and water in a blender until smooth. Blend in batches if needed to

4. Strain carrot juice through a piece of cheese cloth.
5. Sweeten with condensed milk. Add rum, vanilla  and nutmeg
6. Put to be chilled or serve with ice


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