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Product Details

  • Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Good Books (September 25, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1561484253
  • ISBN-13: 978-1561484256
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 7 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,496,184 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Pippa Cuthbert was born in New Zealand. Her degrees in Nutrition and Food Science, and her passion for food and travel, led her to London where she is now based. Pippa works as a freelance food stylist, food writer and recipe developer, both in New Zealand and in the U.K. She enjoys spending any spare time traveling the world in search of new culinary adventures.

Lindsay Cameron Wilson is from eastern Canada. After a year spent living and eating in the south of France, Lindsay¹s love for writing and her passion for food led her to cooking school, then on to a degree in journalism. She lives in London and works as a food writer, recipe tester and stylist.

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Jewels
Decadent
In the beauty bar at London's Harvey Nichols store, they wash hair with pomegranate juice; Nigella Lawson prefers them glistening over grilled eggplant. We like to drink them, strained, not shaken.
1 pomegranate, halved and deseeded
1 passion-fruit, halved and pulp scooped out
3 Tbsp. live yogurt
Carefully blend the pomegranate seeds, then strain through a fine mesh strainer. Stir in passion-fruit pulp and yogurt.
Pomegranate skins are extremely bitter, so never toss a whole pomegranate into a juice. Instead cut them in half, tap out the seeds, blend then strain.
Sage Citrus
Herby
In medieval times sage was thought to be medicinal -- it had a reputation for having restorative powers -- this may still be true today.
2 oranges, peeled
1 lemon, peeled
6 sage leaves
4 ice cubes
Juice the oranges, lemon, and sage together. Pour over ice.
Sage is a calming herb and has also been shown to reduce hot flashes during the menopause.
Citrus fruits collectively constitute the third most popular group of fruits; only apples and pears and bananas and plantains surpass them in quantity purchased and consumed.


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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By E. Kennen on June 30, 2005
Format: Paperback
Even the best intentioned of us can have trouble fitting in our daily requirements of fruits and vegetables. Pippa Cuthbert and Lindsay Cameron Wilson's exuberant book Juice! can go a long (and delicious) way to change that. The exclamation poin at the end of the title is important, for this is more than a compellation of recipes - it's a celebration of juice. The 110+ recipes are accompanied by photographs to beautiful that even the cucumber juice mixes looks tempting. Additionally, each recipe has a perfectly thought up one-word description, such as "quenching", "nutty", "fresh", "tart," or my favorite-- "decadent." The book is also packed with information about juicing, the ingredients, and their nutrients.

The recipes are divided into six chapters, based on taking advantage of each concoctions properties (energizing versus calming, for instance):

Seven am: Wake-up call

Twelve pm: Hunger

Three pm: Energizers

Five pm: Cocktail Hour

Nine pm: Evening Relaxers

Cleansers

Juice! is for everyone, but because of all its helpful suggestions and range of recipes, from the simple to the extravagant, it would be particularly helpful to beginning juicers. And you will need a juicer. While some of the recipes can be made with a blender, most require more. Don't worry if you don't have one already - the book provides buying suggestions. But you should at least be planning to buy a juicer to take advantage of the book. Even then, you might not want to take full advantage. All cookbooks have recipes that are just not tempting, and Juice! is no exception. While most are creamy delicious drink calling for oranges or passion fruit or watermelon; there are also some with main ingredients like beetroots, spinach, or radish.
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I'm trying to be more healthy and this book came highly recommended as I started my healthier diet process. Has many different ideas.
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By Nlouise on September 18, 2013
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I have bought a few copies of this book for other people. This book has very nice pictures of the drinks, gives a simple recipe, and gives you some health info on the ingredients in 2 sentences or less. When you juice a lot and are tired of making the same thing day in and day out, the recipes add a nice variety.
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By Carmen Cooley on March 7, 2013
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I bought mine a few months ago. Then ordered 2 more for friends/family. Very informative about juicing. I would strongly recommend it to others.
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By natural woman on February 28, 2012
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great recipes that include many kinds of produce. Even the radish one tasted good. I wrote down in the book which I like and which I don't and try to use different recipes whenever I have a surplus of a certain produce on hand to try them all.

My son saw this I got myself for Christmas and said why don't you ever get me a neat present like that as he looked through it so I obliged the next birthday..

I have 7 juice/smoothie books and this is my favorite..my other favorite is green smoothie revolution by Victoria Boutenko as she includes wild plants and all kinds of regular and uncommon produce.

the book has nice pictures too..I try to have juice or smoothie every day with a wide variety of produce
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