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Superfood Juices: 100 Delicious, Energizing & Nutrient-Dense Recipes (Julie Morris's Superfoods) Hardcover – April 15, 2014
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This is a cute little book with the same easy style of “Superfood Smoothies” lots of full color photographs, and lots of information about juicing from what you can juice, ratios for juicing, substitutions and even what the best juicer is. The first third or so of the book deals with all the practicalities, and even includes fasting menu plans for achieving various goals - whether it’s health, weight loss, or beauty. I love how much time and effort Morris put into this book, and it’s quite clear how passionate she is for Superfoods, unique recipes and health.
Of course, when I say unique I truly mean unique. If you’re looking for a basic, straight-forward juicing book that gives you pure veggie or fruit juice recipes or half and half combinations then this is not the book for you. This book deals more with the exotic, it uses superfoods, and some of the recipes aren’t strict juices as they require you to make a juice and then to blend it with cashews say or add chia seeds. Ingredients like Acai berry, Maca, Sea Buckthorn Juice, Lucuma, Chlorella, and wheatgrass are also used and though these are easy enough to find online or in health food stores some people may not be interested in going out of their way to acquire them. Though in my opinion doing so is worth it. The book also doesn’t contain nutritional or calorie information which some feel is important, so you may want to take these things into consideration before purchasing the book. .
When I did a juice fast in May I used a lot of recipes from this book, with great success. Though I haven’t made near as many as I’d like to, so far I’ve tried,
Strawberry Orange - Loved it
Grapefruit Fennel - Loved it
Watermelon Goji - Loved it
Citrus Apple - Loved it
Superberry Kiwi - Loved it
Cacao Pear - Pretty good
Green Apple Kale - Loved it
Cooling Kale - Loved it
Grapefruit Mint - Pretty good
Ginger Greens - Loved it
Celery Greens - Loved it
Lemon Chard - Pretty good
Fennel Mint - Not for me
Coconut Spirulina - Pretty good
Ginger Apple Broccoli - Pretty good
Sea Buckthorn Beet - Loved it
Carrot Goji - Pretty good
Carrot Maca - Loved it
Maca Yam - Pretty good
Carrot Dill - Good in Small Doses, a bit much to take as a full recipe
Lucuma Carrot - Pretty good
Russian Sea Buckthorn - Loved it
Electrolyte Chia Lemonade - Loved it
Mandarin Ginger Kombucha Spritzer - Loved it
Maqui Grapefruit Kombucha Spritzer - Loved it
As far as I’m concerned though it’s a really fantastic addition to any juicing collection, and is especially wonderful if you’re looking for something just a little bit different to change up your routine
I appreciate how the author explains the benefits of specific superfood foods, but note these are not needed to make great tasting juices. There is info on juice fasts and benefits of such. Ideas to reduce costs too. I've just begun building up a superfood arsenal.
So far I've made the:
grapefruit fennel juice (minus the sea buckthorn berry juice)- wonderful! Our family's fav so far
Super berry kiwi - my husband says it tastes like healthy snapple ( again I didn't use the superfood but juiced a pineapple core instead)
Spectrum juice perfect green veggie juice with roots, fruits and greens!
Tomato celery - this stuff tastes similar to v8 but way less salty/processed (creamy and satisfying with hemp seeds)
I can't wait to try many many more of the juices.
This book also includes chia frescas, frozen treats, and adults beverages.
No cooking peeps, get the smoothie book. I freeze a lot, I am learning to dehydrate stuff. But, where I can I buy it fresh from my local Amazon Fresh, or GoodEggs.com farm to table delivery.