- Shannon Payne
This look refreshing, Luna. Pineapple would naturally loaded with flavor an I think with or without sugar it could perfectly balance it out. Definitely my kind of drink.
I tried it and was very tasty
- Luna Regina
- Juice Guy210
how much is 16oz of a Mango? How much is 1oz of Ginger?
- Luna Regina
Hi Juice Guy!
We used about 2 pineapples, 3 mangoes, and one 1″ knob of ginger. These are estimates only, because the fruits and vegs can have very different weighs. It may take 3 pineapples for smaller ones and only 2 mangoes if they’re jumbo, for example.
We usually measure solid ingredients with a kitchen scale so that the food or drink comes out perfectly every single time. It also helps with controling the calories and nutritional profile.
We hope this helps! Thank you for choosing us.
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