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Drink Your Fruits
and Vegetables

JUICING
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS - vi
INTRODUCTION:
SHARING THE JUICE - 1

CHAPTER 1

Here’s to Your Health - 9
CHAPTER 2

The Basics of
Juicing - 21


iv

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The Juice Box

RECIPES

Push Reset

CHAPTER 3

It’s All about
the Greens - 41
CHAPTER 4

Get Back to Your
Roots - 53
CHAPTER 5

Citrus Appeal - 63
CHAPTER 6

CLEANSING

37

Something Sweet - 73

CHAPTER 7

The “Milk” Bar - 81
CHAPTER 8

Smooth Operator - 87
CHAPTER 9

Savory and Spicy - 95
CHAPTER 10

Elixirs and
Flavored Waters - 101

CHAPTER 11

Choosing and
Preparing for
Your Cleanse - 113
CHAPTER 12

Getting the
Most Out of Your
Cleanse - 125
CONCLUSION:
DRINK UP! - 135
CLEANSING
RECIPES - 137
RESOURCES - 144
MEASUREMENT
CONVERSIONS - 146
INDEX - 147

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FROM LEFT: CITRUS 3 AND CITRUS 12

CITRUS 9

CITRUS 11

CITRUS 12

Who doesn’t love orange
and pineapple together? We
add some celery for its mild
veggie flavor and to boost
the benefits!

It is a well-known fact that
blueberries are antioxidant
powerhouses, and we’ve yet
to meet anyone who doesn’t
love their flavor as well. In
fact, blueberries are considered a superfood because
they have a low sugar content and contain a lot of fiber
as well as a large amount of
cancer-fighting antioxidants.
There’s nothing we don’t
love about blueberries, and
here we use them to liven up
a classic pineapple-orange
juice.

One of our favorite raspberry
facts is that they contain high
levels of the phytonutrients
ellagic acid and anthocyanins. These antioxidant
compounds are antiaging
and anti-inflammatory.
Although they are tiny
fruits, raspberries contain
significant amounts of these
phytonutrients, which can
protect the body from disease and chronic illness.

MAKES 1 TO 2 (16-OUNCE)
SERVINGS

1 lemon, peeled
1 orange, peeled
1⁄2 pineapple, skin removed
3 celery stalks

CITRUS 10
The perfect combination
of sweet and tart, this juice
always shows up on our
menu in late spring or early
summer during cherry season. Sweet cherries contain
vitamin A and melatonin,
a hormone that is naturally
secreted in the pineal gland
in our brain. It is known for
regulating sleep, fighting jet
lag, and even slowing down
the aging process!

MAKES 1 TO 2 (16-OUNCE)
SERVINGS

2 oranges, peeled
1⁄2 pineapple, skin removed
1 cup blueberries

MAKES 1 TO 2 (8-OUNCE)
SERVINGS

2 oranges, peeled
1 lime, peeled
15 sweet cherries

Citrus Appeal
69

MAKES 1 TO 2 (8-OUNCE)
SERVINGS

2 oranges, peeled
1 tangerine, peeled
1 cup raspberries

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For Luca, Gavin, and Finley

Copyright © 2014 by Pressed Juicery
Photographs copyright © 2014 by Anaïs & Dax
 
All rights reserved.
Published in the United States by Ten Speed
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Random House Company, New York.
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
De Castro, Carly, 1984–
Juice: recipes for juicing, cleansing, and living
well / by Carly de Castro, Hedi Gores, and Hayden
Slater, founders of Pressed Juicery. —
First edition.
pages cm
Includes index.
1. Fruit juices. 2. Vegetable juices. 3. Detoxification
(Health) I. Gores, Hedi, 1976– II. Slater, Hayden,
1983– III. Title.
TX815.D328 2014
641.3’4—dc23
2014000917
 

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