The Big Book of Juices bySavona

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Rebecca of Amazon "The Rebecca Review" says:

Creative Juicing In the past few months I’ve read quite a few books on juicing. “The Big Book of Juices” is one of the most creative books I’ve seen so far. The fruit and vegetable blends are especially delicious. Who would have thought that grapefruit would go so well with carrots and celery. I’ve also never seen anyone blend broccoli with pears. Yet these all seem to work well. I especially enjoyed making the juice with passionfruit, orange juice and seltzer.While you need a juicer for most of the…

elenagracia says:

an encyclopedic recipe collection … but only if you combine fruits and vegetables First, this is a gorgeous book. Beautiful photographs of almost all the recipes, and compact yet comprehensive sections on juicing (and smoothie) ingredients, suggested juicing regimens, and recipe recommendations for specific ailments or nutrients. The majority of recipes are for juices, but recipes for smoothies (with and without dairy or nut/seed milk) and quenchers (juice blends diluted with sparkling water or other beverage) are also included.I’m new to juicing, but I’ve been…

Amazon Customer says:

Happy Juicing and more!! The Big Book of Juices is the one of the best books ever!! Each recipe is “graded” on 5 areas with 0-5 stars; energy, detox, immunity, digestion and skin. It gives the recipe title, ingredients, author comments, and the grade. I read all 400 since it was delivered this morning and I am so excited to try them. It has 5 chapters; juice basics, making juices (more than half the book), making smoothies (anything with a banana or yogurt), making quenchers (drinks including sparkling water), and…

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