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Ultimate Juicing: Delicious Recipes for Over 125 of the Best Fruit & Vegetable Juice Combinations Paperback – June 22, 2000


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Clarkson Potter; 1st edition (June 22, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0761525769
  • ISBN-13: 978-0761525769
  • Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 4.2 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #595,991 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Tantalizing Recipes to Tingle the Taste Buds

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Tantalizing Recipes to Tingle the Taste Buds
Cold, delicious juice drinks never go out of style. They're perfect in any kind of weather and at any time of day. Most important, they're as nutritious as they are mouth-watering. Ultimate Juicing overflows with 125 great-tasting fruit and vegetable drinks that use the sweet, zesty juices of everything from apples to tomatoes. Inside, you'll discover a wealth of fun and easy-to-prepare recipes for the most delectable fruit and vegetable drinks imaginable, including:
·Adam's Apple
·Berry the Hatchet
·The Beet Goes On
·Grin and Carrot
·Cool Hand Cuke
·Heard It Through the Grapefruit
·First Mango on the Moon
·And many more!
With a nutritional analysis for each recipe, you can create both healthy and delicious treats from home in this delightful countertop partner to Ultimate Smoothies.

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Customer Reviews

Too many consisted of ingredients that I would not have readily available.
Taura King
While the Kindle publishing date is Jan of 2011 the paperback this Kindle book is based on is from 2000 and does not seem to have been updated in any manner.
karenw
The book is awesome and it gave me great ideas for making fresh juices and mixed drinks.
Linda M. Raeder

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350 of 357 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 20, 2002
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Allow me to be blunt--I don't buy into the whole health-craze notion that juicing is the silver bullet for ultimate physical health and spiritual awakening. I'm just a no-frills, moderately healthy woman who wants to enjoy the luxury of fresh-squeezed juices in her own kitchen without having to pay a gourmet price for them. To that end, I splurged on a good but affordable juice extractor and bought this book to learn the basics of making homemade juices. As with everything I purchase online, I checked out other customers' reviews of various juicing information and cookbooks beforehand, and Rodnitzky's book appeared to contain what I needed without too much fru-fru, "juicing will change your life" craziness.

What I found when the book arrived was that not only does Ultimate Juicing provide all the basic information one needs to make healthy and delicious juices at home, it also avoids the pitfalls of hard-sell promotional content("these recipes will work best with such-and-such brand juice extractor") and extravagant expectations for juicing's health and/or spiritual benefits. In 8 concise, sensible chapters, Rodnitzky describes the nutritional value of fresh-made juices; proper selection, preparation, and storage of produce; juicer selection (without the hard-sell: the juicers are described in terms of operation with brand names mentioned only as examples); and recipes for basic, health-boosting, exotic, and alcoholic juice drinks.

The core information and excellent variety of recipes easily offset the silliness of the recipe titles, and the comprehensive index makes the book a handy reference for everyday use in the kitchen. I would recommend this book for veteran and novice juicers alike, regardless of their physical fitness or spiritual level.
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136 of 140 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 31, 2000
Format: Paperback
Like a lot of people, I love juicing, but I've been through too many juice books that place juicing alongside acupuncture, healing crystals and tarot cards as if drinking juice was going to bring me to a higher spirtual level. Look, if that works for you, more power to you, but what I want out of a juice book is two things - great recipes and some fun. This book has both. The recipes are outstanding - you'll find some drinks in here that at first glance seem a little strange, maybe even disturbing, but give them a try and you'll never go back to just fresh squeezed orange juice. The other thing a like about this book is the humor - it seems like every recipe title is a play on words or pun, I think this book could sell equally well in the humor section! I can't decide what is more refreshing - the recipes or the book!
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153 of 161 people found the following review helpful By Drew Balazs on July 31, 2001
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My wife and I bought this book because we wanted Juice recipes. We already own a juicer and we do not need to be sold on the benefits of Juicing. Nevertheless, this author, like many authors of these types of books, felt it necessary to devote a considerable portion of the book talking about why you should be juicing and the health benefits of juicing fresh fruits and vegetables. Needless to say, we ignore those portions of the book (along with the section on how to choose a juicer or how to garnish a drink). But, despite all the fluff, there are good juice recipes in this book and an excellent table which gives the nutritional statistics for individual fruits and vegetables. In addition to this the book also gives a nutritional summary for each drink.
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87 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Gordon M. Wagner VINE VOICE on March 31, 2005
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I have a feeling the book could have been 500 pages long if they'd come up with more bad puns. A lot of the combinations are obvious, although the book is attractive and the cover photo is beautiful and it's helpful for beginners. The recipes calling for a couple tablespoons of superfine (baker's) sugar are bizarre -- I definitely didn't buy a juicer to consume refined sugar!

Overall I am not impressed. It's ok. That's about the best thing I can say about it.
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 29, 2000
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Not only do the juice recipes in this book taste absolutely fabulous... but the author has also come up with some highly entertaining titles and blurbs to keep you entertained as you prepare the delicious beverages. This book has been a godsend for me -- my kids will actually "eat" their fruits and vegetables now because they taste so good!!!
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Robert Merivel on August 19, 2002
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I tried juicing without recipes and came up with good basic juices that I drank on a regular basis. Then I got this book and I enjoyed branching out into other types of drinks. Good to have one of these types of books but no need for more than that.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By karenw on April 16, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
I recently got back into juicing and wanted a book to serve as a refresher on good combinations and I wanted it NOW so this I bought this title for my Kindle. I honestly feel like I flushed 10 bucks down the toilet.

While the Kindle publishing date is Jan of 2011 the paperback this Kindle book is based on is from 2000 and does not seem to have been updated in any manner. I don't recall sugar being painted as the devil it is today back in 2000 so I will let the author off the hook for adding sugar to so many juice recipes but it doesn't change the fact that is listed as an ingredient in a good many recipes and a few even call for lemon and lime soda! What is the point of making and drinking healthy fresh juice and adding soda?

Part of the reason I bought this book is because there is mention of a chapter that includes healthful boosters that will enhance already healthy juices while still keeping them flavorful - again the 2000 publishing date hampers this section as the only "boosters" mentioned are Vitamin C, Bee Pollen, Ginko and Echinacea. Obviously in the last decade many more supplements have come to light in terms of boosting health but of course they aren't in this book.

No wonder there are more than a few reviews mentioning how this book tones down the "juicing will transform your life" meme - following the recipes in here most likely wouldn't.
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