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Re: What is your favorite juice to make at the moment?
Posted by: skuli ()
Date: November 27, 2011 05:45PM

I believe that is the only difference. Mine is white. Love it so far!

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Re: What is your favorite juice to make at the moment?
Posted by: banana who ()
Date: December 08, 2011 07:54PM

What I love about juicing is that it's not always the same flavor, even when using the same produce! It depends on amounts of each. I made this wonderful juice today:

Organic granny smith apples
Organic carrots
1 large beet
1 bulb (with feathery part) fennel
Half a lemon (I juiced a wedge with the skin on)
Several handfuls of organic dandelion
Organic celery (just a little)

Usually I have put ginger in my juices but it was so nice and different this time. I also liked the fennel. I was a bit leery of adding it because I had done so in the past and my juice tasted rather medicinal but this was delicious!

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Re: What is your favorite juice to make at the moment?
Posted by: pborst ()
Date: December 09, 2011 10:32AM

Right now, I like beet, purple cabbage and ginger. The ginger gives it a little zing.

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Re: What is your favorite juice to make at the moment?
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: December 09, 2011 03:04PM

I've been refining my discovered magic juice combo, but it seem that many on this forum have variations of the same one haha.

Maybe a 2 1/2 lbs of carrots, 1 lge + 1 med beetroot, 3 green apples, 1 whole lemon.

Juice the soft fruits first, and this will make 2 quarts of juice that is absolutely fab to drink, together with some ice cubes.

Happy juicing,
geo

NB. I think that I'll add just a tad of ginger to this next time, but only a tad

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