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Experience a wide array of the freshest juices, including detox juice, green juice, even nightcaps. They're all in The Juice Lover's Big Book of Juices.

Try as we might, it can be difficult to fit in the recommended six to eight servings of fruit and vegetables every day. Juicing makes it easy! Filled with 425 recipes, The Juice Lover's Big Book of Juices is the ultimate juicing resource for those looking to boost their nutrition.

Author and juicing expert Vanessa Simkins provides you with fresh, raw recipes you can juice everyday. Accessible to both experienced juicers and those looking to get started, The Juice Lover's Big Book of Juices is packed with fun, colorful photos and information on the preventative and curative health benefits of juicing.

In addition to lots of recipes for detox juices and green juices, you'll find recipes using ingredients hard to find in other juicing books, such as nut milks and chia, as well as newer juicing trends, like juice shots and nightcap juices. Drink up!


From the Publisher

Green Limeade

Makes 12 to 16 ounces (355 to 475 ml)

This lemon-lime version of green juice will make you a green juice lover if you aren’t one already. Serve this one to friends.

1. Core the apple and cut it into slices. Cut the peel off of the lemon and cut it in half. Cut the lime in half, leaving the peel on.

2. Juice the apple, lemon, lime, kale, and celery together, alternating the different kinds of produce as you juice (see page 23). Serve immediately.

1 large green apple

1 large lemon

1 lime

5 kale leaves

5 celery stalks

Purple Daisy

Makes 12 to 16 ounces (355 to 475 ml)

If you want to benefit from the stomach soothing properties of cabbage, this juice is for you.

1. Core the pears and cut them into slices. Leave the peel on the lemon half.

2. Juice the pears, lemon, carrots, and cabbage together, alternating the different kinds of produce as you juice (see page 23). Serve immediately.

2 pears

½ of a lemon

2 carrots

2 purple cabbage leaves

Sage Sunrise

Makes 12 to 16 ounces (355 to 475 ml)

Sage is not just for cooking. It’s great in juices, too; its flavor is subtle. Sage contains a variety of antioxidants in the form of volatile oils, flavonoids, and phenolic acids.

1. Core the pear and cut it into slices.

2. Juice the pear, carrots, sage, and ginger together, alternating the different kinds of produce as you juice (see page 23). Serve immediately.

Juicy Tip

Sage is an outstanding memory enhancer and helps promote better brain function. It has been used in the treatment of cerebrovascular disease for over a thousand years.

1 pear

7 medium carrots

1 small bunch of fresh sage sprigs

1-inch (2.5 cm) piece of fresh ginger

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