Juices and Tonics

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2000 - Cooking - 61 pages
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Lately juices have taken center stage on the beverage, scene -- and thanks to juicers and blenders, we can make our own drinks out of ripe and inexpensive ingredients, whenever they are plentiful in the markets. In this book Elsa Petersen-Schepelern has created 30 recipes for great juices and tonics. Delectable creations include Carrot and Ginger Crush (a good source of vitamin A) and Golden Mexican Salsa Crush (plenty of vitamin C.) Delicious recipes, captured in vibrant photographs by the ever-talented William Lingwood, will ensure that healthy living goes hand in hand with great flavor.

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Contents

introduction
6
fruits
8
vegetables
24
teas and tisanes 54 nut milks and yogurt 64 index
64
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About the author (2000)

Elsa Petersen-Schepelarn is a Danish-Australian food writer based in London who spends much of her time sampling food and wine from around the world.

In 1990, inspired by the writings of Elizabeth David and jane Grigson and the photographs of Robert Freson and Tessa Treager, William Lingwood decided to start a career in food photography. From his London studio and also on location worldwide, he has specialized in food and drink photography for fifteen years. His work appears in numerous magazines, books and advertising campaigns.

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