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Product Details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Robert Rose (October 7, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0778800199
  • ISBN-13: 978-0778800194
  • Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 6.9 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #402,236 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

From Booklist

Advocates of fruit and vegetable juices cite the high levels of vitamins and antioxidants in these products. Ironically, juicing requires an electrically powered machine to reduce raw fruits and vegetables to a drinkable liquid state. Pat Crocker and Susan Eagles have produced The Juicing Bible to stretch the imagination of those who own juicing machines. They promote unusual combinations of juices such as beets, ginger, apple, celery, chile, and garlic to vary otherwise humdrum products. While some may question the health-claim benefits outlined in the book's first half, interest in healing through natural foods continues to grow. The book's extensive lists of juice combinations make it a very useful reference. Mark Knoblauch
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The book's extensive lists of juice combinations make it a very useful reference. -- Mark Knolbauch, Booklist, February 15, 2001

This book makes a good nutritional reference for anyone who is serious about his or her wellness. -- Karen Rallo, South Bend Tribune, December 11, 2000

[The authors]espouse the nutritive value of the vitamins, minerals, and fiber in fresh juices. -- Anne C. Tomlin, Library Journal, May 1, 2001

Customer Reviews

It is very easy to read and so much information.
Debbie Vetter
It's separated into quite a few sections, ranging from simple juices to recipes for using the leftover pulp.
EMA
I've tried a few recipes and I've liked them all.
Alicia

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

465 of 469 people found the following review helpful By EMA on September 29, 2007
Format: Paperback
This is a great book. It is much more in-depth than your average juicing book. It's separated into quite a few sections, ranging from simple juices to recipes for using the leftover pulp.

It starts off with a mini-encyclopedia listing herbs, fruits and veggies which can be used in your juicing. Offered is a quick summary of each item, how to use it in juicing, and health benefits of each (good for digestion, cooling, antispasmodic, etc.). Then, there's a section on common health illnesses which lists juices (and other juice-type items, all of which have recipes in the book) that may help the ailments, as well as dietary tips, foods and herbs that may help the disorder, and some lifestyle changes to try.

The rest of the book has the following sections:
1. Fruit Juices
2. Vegetable Juices
3. Cocktails -- these are juices with a little something extra, like yogurt, milks, spices, etc.
4. Frozen treats -- most of these recipes utilize leftover pulp from juices
5. Roughies -- these are actual food recipes, using the juicing pulp from other recipes
6. Smoothies -- uses juices and frozen fruit
7. Digestive Aids and Cleansers -- the title section speaks for itself
8. Milk substitutes -- recipes for nut milks, apricot milk, fig milk, etc.
9. Coffee substitutes
10. Teas and Tonics -- these recipes are mostly for medicinal teas which are geared towards alleviating body ailments and/or aiding and encouraging natural bodily functions and processes.

For those of you looking for a straight forward book that just offers simple, basic juicing recipes, this is not for you; all of the extras will definitely turn you off.
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153 of 163 people found the following review helpful By Penny Ormsbee on April 29, 2005
Format: Paperback
I am a nutritional consultant and recommend this book to all my clients. Juicing is a nutrient dense way to get important vitamins and minerals. The Juicing Bible provides not only a wide variety of wonderful recipes, but also includes information on juices for specific health problems. There is a section on smoothies and medicinal teas as well. An excellent book - the only juicing book you'll ever need. A perfect gift for a health conscious friend, or one who should be. Enjoy!
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136 of 147 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 10, 2001
Format: Paperback
I am an experienced juicer but this book has become my bible. Whether it is great tasting recipes or the medicinal qualities of over 100 herbs, vegetables and fruits this book has it all. The charts and tables are easy to follow and the recipes are better tasting than I could ever imagine. This is a book I am recommending to all of my friends.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By A. Shultz on August 3, 2008
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Recently, while home recovering from surgery and an infection, I decided to really "live" what I've been getting paid for to help my clients do. I've been a nurse over 27 years and a nutritional/fitness consultant for the last 2 years. I knew the infection itself was wreaking havoc on my body and organs. But the antibiotics I had to take, were far worse in making me feel "sick", than the infection or the surgery. I needed and very much wanted to re-boot, clear my cache, in other words, "detox", so when the infection was gone, I could begin again with a clean slate.

So I decided to detox by juicing. It would be the first time for me. Total juicing newby. Enter one Hamilton Beach 67650 Big Mouth Pro Juice Extractor.

At the same time, I found the Juicing Bible. I was quite impressed with the way this book is written. The authors give you information on so much more than "just juicing". The recipes are fabulous and the tips to the side of the page help to make things very easy to do and understand.

My favorite "tool" within the book is the chapter, To Your Health, where she specifies many different conditions/illnesses/diseases and gives you nicely detailed descriptions/how to's for each one. But the icing on the cake is the listing of juices, smoothies, teas and other recipes recommended for that particular condition/illness/disease.

I've made several different recipes so far and although I wasn't crazy about one of them, if you're a creative type, (or even a newby like me), you can modify the recipes by adding something similar, or by simply omitting the item. The combinations are endless.

As a total novice in juicing I found the Juicing Bible to be well written, user friendly and an awesome resource.
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55 of 64 people found the following review helpful By susan belsinger on December 4, 2000
Format: Paperback
i couldn't help myself when i opened the juicing bible--i should have been doing other things--but i spent over an hour perusing the pages. it contains a wealth of information on fruits, herbs, and vegetables and their healing properties. the layout is handy and it is easy to find things with the detailed indices. the recipes are simple, clearly written, and sound delicious. i am excited and inspired. in fact, i'm going to get my juicer off of the bottom shelf of the pantry and go for it!
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Emma Rodriguez on January 11, 2007
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I love the Juicing Bible because it gives you so many recipes to make different kind of juices so you are not bored with the same vegetables. It also tells you in the same page the vitamins and how it will help your body. When you are making your juices you know exactly how this beverage will benefit your health. Since I volunteer for seniors, while helping them I am able to make suggestions that will improve their health, if they are sick or looking to change their diets with natural foods. I love this book! Emma
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