The Complete Idiot's Guide to Juicing

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DK Publishing, Jan 2, 2007 - Cooking - 240 pages
Get the fruit your body needs—in a glass. This creative collection from an award-winning author includes tasty juicing recipes that can be made using a juicer or a blender/food processor. The simple recipes come with suggestions for substitutions for even more variety—for happier, healthier readers!
--Written by an award-winning food and beverage author who is also the founding food editor of USA Today
--Accessible to everyone: recipes come with hints for substitutions and can be made with a blender, food processor, or juicer
--Contains information on the health benefits of juicing, how to purchase and store perishable produce, and nutritional information



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Not for serious juicers.

User Review  - Overstock.com

If you are looking to occasionally make a refreshing juice this may be what youre looking for. However if you are like me looking to juice 3xday I only eat for dinner thiis is very impractical. A high ... Read full review

New to Juicing

User Review  - rodessa - Overstock.com

This book was perfect for me. I bought my first juicer at the same time. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Ellen Brown, the author of more than 20 cookbooks, gained the national limelight in 1982 as the founding food editor of "USA Today". Her books include "Gourmet Gazelle Cookbook, "winner of the IACP Award, and "Cooking with the New American Chefs, "a Tastemaker Award finalist.

From 2003 to 2008 she was allied with Alpha Books as an author for its popular series on basic instruction, "The Complete Idiot's Guides. "Her nine books covered topics as diverse as slow cooker cooking and fondues to juicing and a dictionary of cooking substitutions. Just released by Lyons Press is a series of five regional American grilling books, and other topics she has written about range from sushi to smoothies.

Her writing has appeared in more than two dozen publications, including "The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times" syndicate, the Prodigy computer network, "Bon Appetit, Art Culinaire, The Baltimore Sun, The San Francisco Chronicle, Tables, Good Food, Showcase, " and "Diversion".

In 1985, she was honored by "Cook's" magazine, who selected her for inclusion in the prestigious "Who's Who of Cooking in America." Profiles of her have appeared in "The Washington Post, The Detroit News, Coastal Living, " and "The Miami Herald". She was also shown in an episode on "Food Finds", shown nationally on the Television Food Network. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

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