Do you know that other than common fruits and vegetables, there is a diverse range of ingredients to experiment with in the world of juicing? We are all aware of the benefits of juicing traditional fruits and vegetables such as apples, carrots, and kale. Some juicers have taken the idea of “endless possibilities” to heart and even begun exploring the capabilities of unusual juicing ingredients as there are lots of beneficial nutrients.

Here are 5 unusual foods that Malaysian Kuvites have tried and loved! Determine whether you want to include them in your next juicing.

1. Mushroom 

Mushrooms, known for their unique flavor and texture, add a fresh touch to your juice recipe. Mushrooms are high in B vitamins, selenium, and potassium, as well as other essential vitamins and minerals. Adding mushrooms to your juices creates the unusual and savory flavor is what gives your immune system a boost. Juicing them normally begins with heating them before pressing them through a filter to get the juice. Organically grown mushroom are favored since they contain fewer pesticides and artificial fertilizers.

2. Horseradish

With horseradish in your juice mixes, expect a spicy sensation! Horseradish, known for its strong flavor, provides a spicy kick to any juice. This strong root vegetable is high in vitamin C, which is necessary for a healthy immune system. Because of its natural antibacterial characteristics, it is a popular choice for treating seasonal allergies and colds. 


While onions are commonly used in savory meals, their involvement in juicing may surprise you. These bulbous beauties are high in vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidants. Onions have anti-inflammatory effects and may help with heart health. Juicing them alongside other fruits and vegetables can result in a balanced and unique flavor mix.

4. Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes are here to bring a touch of golden sweetness to your juice, taking the place of carrots. Sweet potatoes, which are high in beta-carotene, vitamin A, and fiber, add a naturally sweet and smooth texture to your mixes. Embrace their adaptability and get the benefits of their nutrient-dense sweetness in every juice.

5. Brewers yeast

Brewers' yeast is just what it sounds like - yeast used to make beer. However, unlike the live yeast required for brewing, nutritious brewers yeast has been "deactivated." Brewers yeast is a nutritional powerhouse that should be included in your juice mixture. Brewers yeast adds a somewhat nutty and bitter flavor to your juices while being high in B vitamins, protein, and important minerals. Its advantages include improved digestion and skin health.

As the world of juicing expands, so does our appreciation for the unusual and outstanding ingredient choices. Give in to the temptation of these 5 unusual foods, and your juicing adventures will raise to a whole new level. The possibilities are endless with Kuvings Malaysia's dedication to innovation and excellence. So, the next time you approach your juicer, dare to go outside the box and incorporate the unusual. 

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Shao Wei