idea, especially for those that do not want to go out and buy a juicer. Also, don't throw that pulp away as it can be used in many Raw recipes. Karen, in your case with the Juice Feast just label the containers of pulp before storing in your freezer for later use or you may have some surprises when you later use the pulp for a recipe.
"You can tell me that you choose not to. You can tell me that you choose to quit, that you choose to be less than what you are and less than what God intended but don’t ever tell me that you can’t do it! ~Jillian Michaels
“Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.”
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I'm confined to bed this afternoon - Dr's orders! I came across this new website/blog and it's all about one girls raw journey. Excellent blog actually and has some great recipes. This one caught my eye for the team : 1 frozen banana 1.5 cups purple grapes 2 huge rainbow chard leaves 1/3 head of romaine 1 large carrot 3 large stalks celery 1 tbsp kelp powder 1/2 cup water
What she did with it was even more intriguing to me on my juice feast. She blended and used half as a smoothie and then strained the other portion and drank it as juice! This is so much down my path of thinking right now. All we need to do to make a green drink is to do a green smoothie and put it through a nut milk bag by squeezing it. Amazing taste and so healthy for us.
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