If I buy a freshly-juiced juice (i.e. I place my order, watch them extract the juice from the fruit and vegetables, and then receive the juice), is it necessary to consume the juice immediately to gain whatever health benefits are coming my way? If I take the juice back to my office and put it in the fridge for a couple of hours, before retrieving it, giving it a stir, and drinking it, am I missing out on the optimal juice experience?
What recipes do you have for the leftover pulp from a juicer? [more inside]
Is it healthier to drink fruit juices or to avoid them? [more inside]
You like to juice! Say you were to purchase a box of seasonal produce to juice for the week, what proportion of greens/fruit/veggies would you want this box to contain? [more inside]
Got a norwalk juicer. Not here yet but tell me your favorite things to make with it, juices and otherwise. [more inside]
I've begun a sort of juice fast / cleanse... How long can I subside on this? [more inside]
Riddle me this... Fruit: Healthy and delicious! Fruit juice: Fattening and delicious! But what if I have a kickass blender that liquifies everything and I can put the whole fruit in the blender. To me, it becomes juice and therefore is fattening, but I've read that "since it contains the pulp" it no longer is, which seems like BS to me because it no longer has the consistency of pulp. What's the truth?
When life gives you lemons, what else do you make? [more inside]
Is fruit juice really not as good as regular fruit? [more inside]
The juice comes out of the juice-extractor, and left behind in the machine is dryish fruit and/or vegetable pulp. Does anyone cook with this pulp? Does anyone have any ideas for cooking with it? [more inside]
Can drinking Naked Juice replace eating fruit? [more inside]
Your favorite smoothie recipe? [more inside]
Do juices of fruits or vegetables count as part the daily recommmended intake for vegetables or juices? What is better about actually eating the fruit / vegetables?
Bottled juice is making me poor. [more inside]