'An apple a day keeps the doctor away', we’ve all heard this at some point in our lives. From parents, experts, dietitians, doctors, and so on. And who knows it might be true too. What’s the harm in eating anyway? One of the most versatile and nutrient-dense fruit, apples are a low-calorie fruit besides being fat-free and fibre-rich. And when it comes to versatility, there’s so much you can do with a few apples. From crumbly apple pie to creamy apple rabri, or a delightful apple salad - there are various recipes that use apple as the main ingredient. Yet a glass of apple juice remains one of the most popular. A refreshing drink for sure, freshly-squeezed homemade apple juice is any day better than the canned versions from the market. As per experts, homemade fresh apple juice tends to preserve nutrients better without adding any artificial flavours or sugar. And if you think that you would need a blender to do the same, you’ve mistaken. Now you can enjoy freshly squeezed apple juice at home without a blender! Yes, you read that right. This genius hack shows how one can make fresh apple juice at home without any use of blender or juicer. Take a look:

In the video, chef Eitan explains how the trick simply involves apples to be put in the freezer for about eight hours. This will make them quite hard, post which you can simply defrost them for a couple of hours by placing them in a clean bowl. Now when the apples become extremely soft and mushy due to the defrosting, the juice will squeeze out easily by using bare hands. All you need to do is gently press the apples from all sides to obtain the apple juice. Don’t forget to use a sieve to filter out the peels and apple bits. Isn’t it amazing how easy and convenient juicing an apple is? He even tasted the juice, which he said tasted great.  

Shared on Instagram by chef Eitan Bernath, who goes by the handle @eitan, the reel has received over 350k views and 27k likes since the time it was shared. What do you have to say about this amazing way to juice apples? Would you try? Let us know.