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- Publisher: Mendocino Press (July 1, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 1, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00LG83COG
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The Juicing Recipes Book: 150 Healthy Juicing Recipes to Unleash the Nutritional Power of Your Juicer Machine Kindle Edition
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The format is perfect on the Kindle for iPad. The organization of the recipes is very nice. They are categorized according to their main benefit and include brain-nourishing juices, anti-aging juices, cleansing juices, diabetes-friendly juices, kid-friendly juices, and protein juices. There is an entire section of fruit and vegetable nutrition charts where you can find calories, fat, protein, carbohydrates, and sugar - best of all this information is broken down by each individual ingredient. Each recipe also contains the nutritional values plus the juicer types you can use to make it.
This book goes into detail about the different types of juicers on the market as well as the pros and cons of each one. This makes it easy for someone to choose which juicer they would get the most mileage out of. The pictures of the different recipes are great, the book is well-written and thoughtfully laid out. This is the best juicer book I have read to date!
Disclaimer: I received this book for free or at a reduced price in exchange for my honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.
The recipes are great. There is a wide variety to choose from and truly something for everyone. Each recipe includes the nutritional info which is very important for me, as a diabetic. I like juicing but didn't understand all of the benefits until I read this book.
While I think that the book makes some questionable health claims (Can a juice "reduce diabetes"? No. Can it help prevent an insulin spike by including a limited amount of carbs? Yes.) it generally tries to be helpful from a nutritional standpoint. Each recipe includes clear nutritional information, including calories, sugar and carbs (it's worth noting that the recipes do not include stats on fiber). None of the recipes have added sugar (hooray!) and most of the recipes sneak some kind of green veggies in.
There are quite a few recipes that I'm looking forward to trying including the folic acid-rich Morning Brain Boost (carrots and apples, spinach and beets), Green Energy Juice (kale-yum!, apples, lemon, ginger, mint), Pineapple Papaya Juice, the beta-carotine rich Mango-Carrot Focus juice, the Superfood Superjuice (a mix of berries, pineapple and spinach), and the very refreshing-sounding Watermelon Mint juice.
The book also has an excellent chapter on juice recipes for kids including some lower cal homemade versions of juices that kids generally love like Cranberry Apple juice, Carrot Apple Juice, Strawberry Kiwi juice and Grape Juice.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this cookbook to review.