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August 2005 Issue
Juice!
by J. Sinclair
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Sweet Fortification

Fresh

Drinking this juice makes you wonder how anyone can buy store-bought concoctions.

  • 2 nectarines, halved and stoned
  • 1 peach, halved and stoned
  • 5 strawberries, hulled
  • 5 drops echinacea extract
Juice the nectarines and peach together. Blend with the strawberries and echinacea.
  • Echinacea helps boost a sluggish immune system and wards off potential colds and flu. It is most effective taken when the first, niggling signs of sickness are sensed in the body.
  • Peaches and nectarines are extremely perishable so are often harvested when still firm. Look for fruits that are not too hard. The harder the fruit, the less likely they are to ripen properly.
 

 

Heaven scent

Silky

"That is the magic of floral smells . . . when you taste them, the flavor still eludes you, as if you are eating a piece of a place that might not exist, or a memory of something that never really happened . . ."
Diana Henry, Crazy Water Pickled Lemons.

  • 8 lychees, peeled
  • 1 tsp rosewater
  • 2-3 ice cubes
  • 1 tsp grenadine
Blend the lychees with the rosewater and ice. Pour in grenadine.
  • Grenadine is a sweet, deep red, pomegranate-flavored syrup used to color and flavor drinks and desserts. Originally, grenadine was made from pomegranates grown on the island of Grenada in the Caribbean. Now other fruit-juice concentrates are also used to make the syrup.
 

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