Ah kiwis, there is something about the cute little egg-sized fruit that makes me happy. I remember eating my first one as a child. My Grandma gave me one, and I had never seen them before. She served it to my like a boiled egg, with the top sliced off and tea spoon to scoop out the goodness inside. Little did I know that these fruits would be making it to my juice extractor in the distant future. I will refer to the kiwifruits as kiwis or kiwifruits throughout this article.
Ok, enough of my reminiscing, and on with the show.
Choose kiwifruits that are firm but not rock hard and that are free from blemishes. It should yield to slight pressure, much like that of a ripe peach. Avoid those kiwifruits that are moldy, shriveled and have soft spots.
Also opt for organic, locally grown kiwis when you can. This makes for more nutritious kiwifruit juice free from pesticides.
Kiwis can be easily ripened if left at room temperatures for several days to speed the process; store the kiwi in a dry brown paper bag with a banana or apple.
If you want to know how to make kiwifruit juice at home, then it is as easy as can be, provided you have an electric juice extractor. Follow these simple steps: