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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Ten Speed Press (July 22, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1607746271
  • ISBN-13: 978-1607746270
  • Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 6.6 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,980 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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“Carly, Hedi, Hayden, and I share a passionate belief in the power of fruits and veggies—and it shines through on every page of Juice. This is a 360-degree celebration of juicing, with useful information and great recipes. Read it and pass it along to anyone you’re trying to convert to Team Mother Nature.”  
 —Joe Cross, founder of Reboot with Joe

“I am so grateful for Juice! Drawing on personal experiences and transformations in their own lives, the founders of Pressed Juicery have come up with a beautiful book, one that is more than just a collection of recipes, but rather a framework for taking the first steps toward a healthier and happier mind, body, and soul. I heartily recommend it.”
—Marianne Williamson, internationally acclaimed author and lecturer

About the Author

Carly de Castro, Hedi Gores, and Hayden Slater are the founders of Pressed Juicery, a Los Angeles–based chain of juice shops that feature more than forty organic, cold-pressed juices and a simple series of multi-day juice cleansing regimens. With nearly twenty locations in Northern and Southern California (and many more opening soon), Pressed Juicery has been featured in Vanity Fair, InStyle, Details, Natural Health, Marie Claire, Vogue, the Los Angeles Times, and Entrepreneur, among many others, as well as on Today, Extra, and The Doctors. Carly, Hedi, and Hayden all live in the Los Angeles area.

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I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to juice!
Finally, there are very clear instructions for readers interested in doing a juice cleanse.
I love Pressed Juicery and this book has all of their recipes.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L.G. on August 25, 2014
Format: Hardcover
Juice: Recipes for Juicing, Cleansing, and Living Well

Carly de Castro, Hedi Gores & Hayden Slater, Founders of Pressed Juicery

Photos by Anaïs & Dax

As an amateur juicer, I have juiced off and on. Different times in my life I have been more motivated than others, for the most part life gets so busy that it is pretty much out of sight out of mind or a serious lack of planning. Juice: Recipes for Juicing, Cleansing, and Living Well puts those excuses right out the door. The physical aspects of the book being hard cover and small make it easy to store in the kitchen, while the content of the book, well-organized and divided into sections throughout 12 chapters and multiple resources in the back, make this book a wonderful addition to your kitchen bookshelf.

Another aspect of the text that I enjoyed was the option for blending instead of juicing. The authors describe the difference and reference their options for the best blending tools and ingredients. One big discovery for me is the chia seed. I had heard they were good for you but I had no idea how good. The information provided about many ingredients is included.

I really enjoy the learning process of what ingredients really do for one’s body as well as the expert advice about different juicing machines, so a person can make an informed decision. The book has definitions and descriptions throughout which put amateurs such as me at ease with the process of making healthy changes. The text is packed full of recipes making a variety of flavors and juice types from milky drinks to flavored waters and the one many of us have trouble stomaching, or should I say tasting, the green drinks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl H. on August 22, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
This book is an interesting way to bring healthier foods into your daily life. It’s effectively organized into three parts: juicing, recipes, and cleansing. The table of contents is very helpful in navigating the book, and gives a good sense of what to expect from each section. It’s more than a recipe book. It’s an information guide on how to choose a juicer, what enzymes and nutrients are in fresh pressed juices, the physical (internal and external) benefits of juicing and cleansing, and so much more.

The recipes are easy to prepare, and don’t contain a laundry list of ingredients. The practical sections cover anything from sweet to savory, roots to fruits, and citrus to milk. The back of the book even gives measurement conversions for those who use metric or Celsius scales.

I haven’t tried the savory recipes yet, but some of my favorites that I’ve prepared so far are the Chia Almond Smoothie, (delicious, although I omitted the mango) Almond Milk, (with a bonus recipe for Almond meal cookies) and the easy-peasy Watermelon Mint fruit juice.

The quality of this book is excellent. The hard cover is sturdy and smooth, and JUICE is clearly seen on the spine when upright on a bookshelf. The pages have a semi-gloss feel and there are full-page illustrations are on nearly every-other page. I love recipe books with full-page photo spreads! The illustrations are inspiring, and surprisingly enough, the recipes I’ve tried look comparable.

I found the extra little tidbits, such as the worth of watermelon rinds, fascinating. The rinds have anti-fungal properties, and once chopped, they can be used in your juicer to create a mild, tasty drink that produces antioxidant effects.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By wow on August 13, 2014
Format: Hardcover
A lushly illustrated and accessible guide to juicing and juice cleansing, featuring 75 recipes for making organic juices, milks, and other concoctions at home to provide the vital nutrients a healthy body needs to function at an optimal level.

This picturesque book is my kind of cookbook! Full of lovely photographs. It made me want to start working on my health in a whole new way! I love those kinds of books! the

What do you do when you wake up in the morning? How do you energize, uplift, and get yourself going? do you think I ahve to ecerise and it is going to take a long time. stop and think again my friends! Just drink a green juice or another juice from this wonderful cookbook! Juice by Carly de Castro, Hedi Gores, and Hayden Slater,
so many grand recipes. One example:

The Goods: 3 or 4 dandelion green leaves (to taste), 1 large or 2 small peeled cucumbers, 2 celery stalks, 1⁄2 peeled lemon, and 1 small green or red apple.

The Benefit: Detox.

Why it Works: "Dandelion greens are antioxidant and diuretic, plus they detoxify and cleanse the liver, kidneys, and digestive system They're a real nutritional powerhouse."

My kind of cooking. So easy to make every day at any hour! ? The book not only provides a hundred or so recipes for juices, blends, and milks, but it also is extremely pleasing to browse.The Goods: 1 peeled pink or ruby red grapefruit, and a small handful of fresh mint leaves.

The Benefit: Curbing cravings.

Why it Works: "This is one of our simplest juices. Grapefruit contains soluble fiber called pectin which help fight hunger. That's why grapefruit is commonly included in weight-loss regimens.
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