The Complete Idiot's Guide to Juicing: Get Your Daily Fruits and Vegetables—in One Delicious Drink

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Penguin, 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

Contents

Component Parts
1
Just Juicing
3
Fruits for All Seasons
15
Versatile Veggies
25
Added Attractions
35
Garden Patch Purées
43
The Root of the Hatter
45
Drinks from the Cabbage Patch
59
Combo Creations
97
Fruity and Fantastic
109
TreeRipened Treats
111
Its the Berries
123
Make Mine Melon
135
Tropical Treats
149
Lean and Luscious Libations
163
Tea Party
165

Our Good Friend Herb
73
Soups to Slurp
85
Juices with a Jolt
177
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About the author (2007)

Ellen Brown is the consummate "foodie" and follower of food trends. She is well-respected, prolific cookbook author who writes a weekly column for the Providence Journal featuring her own recipes. Brown gained the national limelight in 1982 as the founding food editor of USA Today and was included in the prestigious "Who's Who of Cooking in America." Ellen's 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, Museum and Arts Washington, Texas Monthly, The Baltimore Sun, The San Francisco Chronicle, Fort Lauderdale News Sentinel, Tables, Good Food, Dossier, Showcase, and Diversion. She has lectured frequently on New American Cuisine and food trends at the annual meetings of the American Institute of Wine & Food and the International Association of Culinary Professionals. Profiles of Ellen have appeared in The Washington Post, The Detroit News, Coastal Living, The Providence Journal, and The Miami Herald. Ellen's cooking on Nantucket was the subject of an episode on Food Finds, shown nationally on the Television Food Network. Ellen lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

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