Let the juice drip into a container for an hour or so.***
Once you have all the juice you can possibly get, pour the juice into a pitcher or cups for drinking.
For what to do with leftovers, see the Recipe Notes.****
* We used Gala apples for our juice, but you can use any kind of apples. The best apples for juicing are Gala, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Honeycrisp, Rome, and Pink Lady.**When straining the juice from your apples, try not to squeeze the ingredients too much, so you don't get a lot of pulp in your juice. Instead let the juice drip into a container for an hour or so.***We hung our flour sack towel from a cabinet door handle (make sure it's strong enough to support the weight) and let it drip into a small bucket.****Got leftovers? You can strain the leftovers in a food mill to make applesauce. And you can either drink the juice or make homemade apple jelly with it.