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- Print Length: 260 pages
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- Publisher: Mendocino Press (July 1, 2014)
- Publication Date: July 1, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- 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.
I was not sure at first whether or not I thought juicing was worth paying for a juicer and besides why could I just not use my blender.
WELL....... this book explains it ALL... did you know you get more vitamins and minerals when you juice vs when you blend?
WOW there is soooooo much information in this book that it will for sure make you decide whether or not juicing is good for you and whether or not you would like to add it to your diet.
and WOW there are 150 recipes in this book.. You could make something different for like 1/2 a year and not have the same thing twice.
There are some really amazing recipes that I have never even thought about before. I am super interested in trying a lot of them and I think just by juicing I will be changing my lifestyle way more than I ever thought.
I received this in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
The book is very informative and easy to understand. It begins by explaining juicers and how the different type work and what they do for you. After it explains what you should keep on hand when you begin to juice and even how to prep your food for juicing, which I found very helpful. Following is over 150 recipes spread out in 15 categories so you can easily find what type of recipe you are looking for. Whether it be breakfast juice, weight-loss, juices for diabetics, protein drinks, the topics go on and on. My favorite are Chapter 11, High Energy juices and Chapter 16, protein juices.
The recipes begin with the nutritional values then an explanation and benefits of what is in that juice. After is the ingredient list then instructions on how to make it.
I'd highly recommend this book, especially if you are thinking of beginning to juice. I was offered a promo rate to read and review this book for my honest unbiased opinion.
What's particularly helpful is that the recipes are organized by the function you want them to meet: energy, mood, hormones, diabetes friendly, digestion, etc. I can't wait to try the Sleep Aid for an Energetic Morning, which features romaine lettuce. Romaine lettuce? I never knew romaine was so good for you, but you would have to eat a ton of lettuce to get the benefits that juicing gives you. And I never even thought about juicing a jalapeno pepper before this book, but now I will.
I also loved the puns in the names: The cure for what KALES you, and The BEET goes on.
What's best is that this book talks about the different types of juicers, how they work, and what foods they best juice.
We need more recipe books like this one.