Juice! is the book for anyone who leads or wants to lead a healthy lifestyle. A juice is a quick and very tasty way to take in valuable nutrients, but most of all, juicing is about taste. Each recipe is a celebration of global flavours which, thanks to the abundance of wonderful ingredients now available, are accessible to us all. There are over 110 recipes which are divided into chapters according to when to drink the juice for maximum effect - breakfast, lunch, mid-afternoon, dinner and evening. There is also a chapter of cleansing juices. Guidance is given on the kind of equipment that is needed, as well as valuable information on the nutritional value of all of the ingredients used in the juices. With fresh, bright colour photographs and highly informative text, Juice! is an exciting new addition to books on this subject.
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Pippa Cuthbert and Lindsay Cameron Wilson met in London's famous Books for Cooks. Since then they have worked together on magazines, websites and books. Pippa was born in New Zealand but her degrees in nutrition and food science led her to London where she works as a food stylist, caterer and recipe developer. Lindsay is from eastern Canada. Her love of writing and her passion for food led her to cookery school and then a degree in journalism. She now lives in London where she works as a food writer, recipe tester and stylist.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
In the beauty bar at London's Harvey Nichols store, they wash hair with pomegranate juice; Nigella Lawson prefers them glistening over grilled eggplant. We like to drink them, strained, not shaken.
1 pomegranate, halved and deseeded
1 passion-fruit, halved and pulp scooped out
3 Tbsp. live yogurt
Carefully blend the pomegranate seeds, then strain through a fine mesh strainer. Stir in passion-fruit pulp and yogurt.
Pomegranate skins are extremely bitter, so never toss a whole pomegranate into a juice. Instead cut them in half, tap out the seeds, blend then strain.
In medieval times sage was thought to be medicinal -- it had a reputation for having restorative powers -- this may still be true today.
2 oranges, peeled
1 lemon, peeled
6 sage leaves
4 ice cubes
Juice the oranges, lemon, and sage together. Pour over ice.
Sage is a calming herb and has also been shown to reduce hot flashes during the menopause.
Citrus fruits collectively constitute the third most popular group of fruits; only apples and pears and bananas and plantains surpass them in quantity purchased and consumed.
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