Best Reasons to Own Cooking Books
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This creative collection from an award-winning author includes tasty juicing recipes that can be made using a juicer or a blender/food processor. The simple recipes come with suggestions for substitutions for even more variety?for happier, healthier readers!
--Written by an award-winning food and beverage author who is also the founding food editor of USA Today
--Accessible to everyone: recipes come with hints for substitutions and can be made with a blender, food processor, or juicer
--Contains information on the health benefits of juicing, how to purchase and store perishable produce, and nutritional information
|Genre||COOKING / General|
|Publisher Date||2007-01-02 00:00:00.0|
|Unit weight||0.62 lb|
|Series Name||Complete Idiot's Guides|
|Country of Origin||United States|
If you are looking to occasionally make a refreshing juice this may be what you're looking for. However, if you are, like me, looking to juice 3x/day (I only eat for dinner) thiis is very impractical. A high percentage of these recipes require that you first juice, then add juice along with another ingredient (banana, avocado, yogurt) to a blender. It has a few recipes I enjoy without all the hassle, but not much other information on nutrition or juicing for particular health benefits.Read More
This book was perfect for me. I bought my first juicer at the same time.Read More
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Juicing (Paperback)