See? I told you we would return! My my my, this move to Maine has been DRAINING!!! Wonderful – but DRAINING!! As a matter of fact, I’m still in need of volunteers to help organize and unpack…Any takers?
More about our lives as Maine-iacs on Wednesday, but today, let’s get down to the nitty gritty – The CORE of today’s blog, so to speak…Today, it’s all about JUICING! (Anyone catch the food/texture humor?? 🙂 ) Catch the video below for our take on juicing, and why we love it so much:
Grandma & Mama Dee – If you’re watching, just click the title of the blog in your e-mail (at the top, where it says “Juicy!”), and you’ll be re-directed to the video! If you have any questions, call me and I’ll walk you through it! 🙂
Here’s the ingredient list for my juice, in case you missed it:
Pier’s Groovy Green Juice
- 2 small yellow apples
- 1 bunch fresh kale
- Several ‘stalks’ of broccoleaf
- About 1 inch of fresh ginger root
- 5 small radishes
- Fresh mint, to taste
- 1 scoop chia seed
- 1 green bell pepper
Seriously. This may sound off-putting, but this juice is EASY to drink and delicious!! The amount above easily makes 2 juice servings – one for now and one to replace your next meal!
If you’re interested in our juicer, here is the one we purchased:
And… here are some great juicing recipes to get you started:
Until tomorrow, folks!
2 thoughts on “Juicy!”
We love juicing at our home! I’ve recently added beets (golden and red) as well as sweet potatoes to our juicing. It’s actually quite good! 🙂 It’s a must have in our home, although I’ve found that I never get full for long off of the juicing. I’m always hungry like an hour later!
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I definitely agree with you about STARVING an hour later, but the positives totally outweigh the negatives! Have you seen the “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” documentary about juicing? It’s really an eye-opener!
I’ve tried juicing beets, but sweet potatoes sound yummy!