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Total Juicing: Over 125 Healthful and Delicious Ways to Use Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juices and Pulp Paperback – November 1, 1992
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The wonderful thing about this book is the author's emphasis on using the "pulp" left by the fruits and vegetables to minimize waste, to get the most out of your money and to get the necessary and vital fiber that our bodies need. Carrot pulp should be saved and used to make carrot cake, zucchini pulp for zucchini bread, pineapple or apricot pulp retained for creating the freshest of fresh preserves to serve as toppings for toast, muffins or pancakes.
The author also encourages experimentation and offers a few suggestions in branching out to exotic fruits and vegetables, like those found in Asian or specialty markets.
Overall, this is a very down-to-earth, easy to read and follow guide for anyone that's interested in introducing the yummy and healthy benefits of juicing into their lives.
The Index is lacking and could be more specific. If you're looking for a recipe employing a specific fruit or vegetable, not ALL the recipes using that item are listed.
Still, it is a useful book, expecially for one 'new' to juicing.
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What didn't work for me was that even though there were some pulp recipes, I would have liked more. I generate a LOT of pulp and am looking for creative ways to use some of it. This book has only one muffin recipe and that was not a tasty treat.
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Some good ideas here, but the first half of the book is all filler/ promo for the juicer, etc. and the recipes are not very well arranged. Also: BEWARE OF THE RAW BEET JUICE. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Laura
This gave me so many ideas on juicing. Since I do every day, I like to change this up once in a while. But I still have my own favorite that is my go to.Published 9 months ago by Colorblue