Salad Water Infusions, as well as, fruit infusions are great ways to stay hydrated throughout the day. We just recently heard about Salad Infusions and thought we’d give it a try in our Libre Infuser. Here we have tomato, spinach, cucumber and celery.

salad water 2Vegetables to add to your Salad Infusions:

  • Celery
  • Kale
  • Spinach
  • Cucumber
  • Carrots
  • Peppers
  • Tomato
  • Lettuce
  • Spinach
  • Beets

 

β€œTo insure good health: eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life.” ~William Londen

Easy to make:

Pick and choose which veggies, fruits and herbs you want to use.

Wash, slice and place in Large Libre or Water Pitcher

Add water to cover and let sit 2-4 hours, add more water until your infusion tastes just right. Enjoy!

For a switch make with coconut water.

Salad water was so popular in Japan that in 2004 Coca-Cola made their own canned version. Pepsi came out with Ice Cucumber in 2007.

What vegetables would you include in your water infusion?

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Comments (46)

  1. Rachael

    Reply

    I do this all the time, lol…some of my faves are cucumber-celery-lemon, and, believe it or not…tomato-strawberry!

  2. Christina

    Reply

    I tried cucumber with some other things once and didn’t care for it. I’ll stick with fruit.

  3. Vesper Meikle

    Reply

    I think I would go for all one colour – green – and have lettuce, peas and beans

  4. crystal

    Reply

    I love this! I would have cucumber and tomato and some herbs that were growing in the garden

  5. Amanda Alvarado

    Reply

    I’ve heard of cucumber water and I LOVE it but never heard of adding in other veggies. I think cucumber, beets and kale would be an interesting combo!

  6. Reply

    I absolutely love the taste of cucumber water but this post has me curious as to what peppers in water would taste like. I think I’m going to try that one of these days! πŸ™‚

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  7. Mim B

    Reply

    I’ve only tried cucumber in my water. This post has given me so many ideas. I definitely need to try tomato or kale in my water.

  8. Michele T

    Reply

    I’ve never heard of this before…. I’d like to try celery, tomatoes, peppers, and carrots.

  9. Beverly Thiessen

    Reply

    Love the lemon cucumber but will now try some of these other ideas! Love these options that I’ve never considered before!

  10. sally john

    Reply

    Freshness of lemon, mint , beets – nice and refreshing with a dash of Himalayan pink salt .

  11. Laura K

    Reply

    never thought of this; what great idea! I’d do carrot, tomato, celery, pepper, onion and garlic.

  12. Claudia Ellis

    Reply

    I’ve made water infused with cucumber and mint before, which is excellent! Not sure about tomato or celery though. I think I’d rather stick with fruit!

  13. Carla P.

    Reply

    I love making cucmber-mint water during the summer, and I drink lemon water constantly. “Salad water” with more ingredients sounds intriguing, and I will try anything once!

  14. Jossie Garcia

    Reply

    My favorite combination is cucumber, raspberries and mint. I leave out the mint now because I’m still nursing so now I just add lemon. I’ll have to branch out to try other vegetables. Thanks for the ideas!

  15. Ashley

    Reply

    What vegetables would you include in your water infusion?
    Would love to try it with bell peppers, kale, cucumbers and maybe a spicy pepper to add some kick. Fruits & Veggies mixed sounds amazing too!

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