I know you can't leave most juices very long without them oxidizing and the enzymes breaking down but would freezing it preserve them? That is, if I took a juice like carrot juice, that has a fridge life of 24h, and froze them in icecube trays and drank it as they thawed, would I be preserving the value of them. I have been led to believe that fresh frozen veggies and fruit still have active enzymes in them, that only unfrozen open time and heat kill the enzymes.
I agree with you, Southern Belle. You might lose a little nutrient value, but not as much as you would letting it sit in fridge. I would hate to see good juice wasted.
What are you planning on freezing them in?????
My research revealed you can freeze freshly juiced raw veggies and fruits for up to 30 days and not lose the benefits of the enzymes. I juice once a week and freeze 16 ounce portions in plastic bottles and then take out what I will drink each day.
You can get 16 ounce cups with screw on lids for $.83 each from www.usplastic.com Item number 66267.