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Some good ideas, but lacking information,
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This review is from: The Juicing Bible (Paperback)
I own a juice and smoothie bar and have a lot of customers who look for new and delicious juice and smoothie specials. I bought this book hoping to get some fresh ideas and combinations. While the author does offer some nice combos, ALL of them are complicated, requiring one to make a tea of some obscure sort, then blend in something else. All of this is total pain. It makes all these offerings seem more like medicine than food.
Another thing-there are NO YIELDS ANYWHERE! So one juice will make 4 ounces, another will make 8-10. I'd expect some variation based on the age of the fruits and veggies but these recipes are all over the place.
It would be useful to have a note attached to each juice recipe with whatever nutritional benefits can be had by drinking it. Such as-cleansing, good for UTIs, full of vitamin C, hearty and filling, packed with anti-oxidants, etc. As published, you have to look up all the different ingredients in the previous chapters to find the nutritional benefits-confusing and a hassle.
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Initial post: May 7, 2012 12:46:56 AM PDT
D. Ng says:
Which book do you recommend? Im setting up my juice bar soon in Malaysia. Thank you ;)
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 25, 2014 4:10:46 PM PDT
Veronica Mermelshtayn says:
Hi. I am also in the business and would like to know which book you recommend. Thank you - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on Nov 7, 2014 12:05:57 PM PST
Andre Landrum says:
Thank you for your review of this "Bible"?? as it is titled. I am not in business but AM searching for a common sense juicer recipe book and was wondering if you have as yet found one you could recommend for home use.
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