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August 2005 Issue
Juice!
by J. Sinclair
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About the Cookbook

    With summer giving us some of the hottest weather of the season, there's a standard mantra being handed out by doctors everywhere: Make sure you drink enough to keep hydrated! With a fun book like Juice! in hand, this task is fun, easy and highly refreshing. Of course, this is a book that requires some additional equipment. To take full advantage of the recipes in the book, you'll need a juicer, a blender and a fine meshed sieve. Once properly armed with the above, it's time to take advantage of the season's finest fruits and vegetables.

    Juice! makes every effort to cover all of its bases and offers a wide variety of beverage recipes to cure what ails you, soothe a stressed mind or just add a little tang to your life. While it's no substitute for an overall healthy lifestyle, freshly prepared juices can be an important addition. Here's a look at the chapters that organize the over 110 recipes in this fun book:

    • Introduction
    • Juicers and blenders
    • Standard weights
    • Reminders

    • Seven am: Wake-up call
    • Twelve pm: Hunger
    • Three pm: Energizers
    • Five pm: Cocktail hour
    • Nine pm: Evening relaxers
    • Cleansers

    • Juicy ingredients
    • Fruits and vegetables
    • Herbal remedies
    • Nutritional benefits

    • Bibliography
    • Index

    And, of course, no review of such a book would be complete without a few sample recipes. So pull out your juicer and fruit basket and dig in!

 

Pink Lady

Zingy

Ruby red grapefruit give this drink its brilliant pink color and a sharp edge that will wake up any sleepy head.

  • 1 ruby red grapefruit, peeled
  • 1 white grapefruit, peeled
  • 1 handful cranberries
Juice the grapefruit and cranberries together.
  • The white pith of grapefruit contains pectin and bioflavonoids which make them an excellent antioxidant food.
  • Cranberries aid in the prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections.
 

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