Sunday, August 31, 2014
Juice by Carly de Castro, Hedi Cores & Hayden Slater
From the publisher:
Once considered a fringe practice of raw-food zealots, juicing has gone mainstream. In this beautiful full-color health guide and cookbook--which requires only a juicer or blender to use--the founders of Los Angeles-based Pressed Juicery explain how juicing and juice cleansing can be part of a fit and healthy lifestyle. Featuring seventy-five recipes for the shop's most popular juices--including greens, roots, citrus, fruits, aloe and chlorophyll waters, and signature beverages like Chocolate Almond and Coconut Mint Chip--this inspirational handbook outlines the benefits of juicing, explains how to do a juice cleanse safely, and shares testimonials from people who have experienced personal health transformations after integrating juice into their lives
This book is a wonderful book for beginner juicers or those that love to juice.
As a person who would like to know more about juicing but hasn't ever done it, I was very excited to get this book. I appreciated how thorough the authors were in explaining things. There are charts and pictures that help the readers understand the process and benefits of juicing better.
This book not only has recipes for juicing but how to even pick a juicer and the pros and cons with each one. This is a great book for those who want more than just recipes to help them get started to being healthier. There are many other health tips as well.
The book have 8 chapters of recipes for things from greens to almond milk. And not just one recipe but many per chapter. There is also a section on cleansing and recipes to go with that.
This is definitely a book I will be using as I begin to learn more about juicing.
I highly recommend this book to others.
I received this book free from Bloggingforbooks.org in exchange for my honest review.
Posted by Beth-Anne