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Old 08-25-2017, 05:50 AM   #11
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@tenspeed, how did the pasta turn out?
Wasn't worth the effort. If I want spinach pasta I'll buy it.

I have a Philips pasta machine, which makes fresh pasta a breeze to make. There are some dishes where fresh pasta makes all the difference. The machine gets used on a regular basis.
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Old 08-25-2017, 09:55 AM   #12
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I would like to make spinach pasta with my pasta machine (Philips extrusion machine). Philips calls for using spinach juice, of course made with a Philips juicer ($300 ). I asked Mr. Google how to make spinach juice without a juicer. There are a few references on how to make spinach juice with a blender. Cut the leaves from the fibrous stems and cut the leaves into smaller pieces so they pulverize instead of wrapping around the blades. Put a cup of water in the blender and slowly add the leaves to puree them, and then strain through a sieve.

As it's an extrusion machine I don't want fibers in the juice, as they may interfere with the extrusion process by plugging the small holes in the discs. I'm thinking that straining through a cheesecloth after the sieve would do the trick.

Has anyone made spinach juice with a blender?
No but I have used finely chopped spinach instead of juice. Not at home so can't find the recipe but Google may help.
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