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Wide Eyes Juicing Recipe

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Faces of Juicing, Wide Eyes Juicing Recipe.

Wide Eyes Juice Recipe

Ingredients:

Spinach

Celery

Ginger

Cilantro

Red Grapes

Tomato

Brussels Sprouts

Strawberries

Garlic

Zuchinni

Juicing out of your comfort zone

Juicing face

Lots of color

As you hopefully know, a couple weeks ago we officially launched the print and digital versions of our first book, Faces of Juicing. During our publicity campaign we offered to provide visual juicing recipes to various online sites that would find them relevant. What came as a surprise was that one site did not like the recipe because it had far too many ingredients and even though their audience was theoretically vegetarians and vegans, the publisher felt it was not likely that many people had such a wide variety of produce in their homes. It caused me to stop and think; why wouldn’t someone, especially someone that does not eat meat, not have a wider variety of fruits and vegetables than we do? Then it struck me; people buy what they are comfortable eating.

Before we started juicing, there is no question that we shopped the same way. I know that personally there use to be two reasons I did not buy something; either I did not like the way it tasted, or I did not have a clue how to prepare it. Juicing has eliminated both of these issues for me. Naturally, preparation issues are non-issues if you are juicing it, but did you realize that if you make a juice using a bunch of different items you are not going to taste those one or two things you do not like. For example, due to my mother boiling the life out of Brussels sprouts, I have utter disdain for them when cooked. I have no problem adding them to a juice because I know they are good for me and I will never taste them in my juice. We use lots of turmeric in our juices; they are easy to work with when Tanya makes her designs and they happen to be really good for things like your liver. I have no idea what it tastes like and I certainly have no idea how you would prepare it with a meal or what it goes with.

The point is do not worry about whether or not you like garlic or ginger or rutabagas or pomegranates; when you mix them with some kale, and apple and a carrot you are not going to notice them anyway. Shop by color; each one has its own benefits and there is no reason you should be passing them by simply because you do not like the taste or do not know if you will like the taste. It won’t matter when you have it mixed with lots of other colors and flavors; I promise.

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Since the 4th of July holiday is almost upon us and we know people are looking for fun recipes for their family gatherings and barbecues, we have decided to help you come up with some fresh and healthy recipes that can easily be used as an appetizer, supplement or even a meal for your vegetarian friends by offering the Faces of Juicing visual recipe book for free to those that own Kindles or have the Kindle for PC application on their desktop computers. These fun and easy recipes can be eaten as is for an appetizer or juiced for a complete meal. The only thing that we ask is that you take a few minutes to write a review of our book. We really value your opinion.

We are giving away free downloads for the Kindle version on Wednesday, July 3; you can take advantage of this by going to http://astore.amazon.com/freeday-20/detail/B00D3WHDP2 . Of course, we always offer a 10% discount on the print edition to our readers by using the discount code of 675STHCN when ordering the print version.

We hope you have a safe and sane 4th of July and we hope you enjoy the 50+ visual recipes found on Faces of Juicing.

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Watermelon Juice

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  • 1 Zucchini
  • 1 Apple
  • 1 Pear
  • 1 Cucumber

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