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Category Archives: Juice recipes
And – Introducing unfamiliar raw food kitchen appliances to loved ones And – Nutrient analysis of the ingredients in celery, cucumber, carrot juice Rick and I gave my dad a juicer for Christmas, so today we set it up and … Continue reading
Wow, what a busy summer it has been for us. We spent a good part of the summer traveling and teaching and now we are getting ready to head out on the road again for our fall Science of Raw … Continue reading
Whew, what a sense of accomplishment! Rick and I spent a large part of this weekend working on a front yard garden project – planting lemon bushes and a lime tree! We have wanted to do this project for so … Continue reading
I am always on the lookout for high nutrient-containing foods and was pleased to see that celery is not as lackluster as its former reputation may imply. Actually, celery is one of my favorite green juice ingredients, due to its … Continue reading
Whew! Rick and I recently returned from teaching 17 days in a row at Living Light! As always, it was a joy to teach our information to such a fun and enthusiastic group of students. After a short rest, we … Continue reading
This past weekend Rick and I taught our Science of Raw Food Nutrition I class at Living Light. As always, it was a joy to teach our information to such a fun and enthusiastic group of students! While at the … Continue reading
A couple of months ago, I posted a recipe for light green juice composed of celery, cucumber, and lemon. This recipe is a great introduction to green juice since it has a lemony flavor without the bitterness that green juice … Continue reading
A tongue-in-cheek antidote to all of the complicated research that I read: Pomegranates were, at one time, a fruit that I did not understand. Being from the northeast, I had never seen anyone eat one, but this did not deter … Continue reading
A family member recently asked me about green juice, and expressed an interest in recipes and tips for making it tasty. I LOVE green juice and have many recipes that I enjoy, which I am happy to share. There is … Continue reading