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February 06, 2009


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Heather B.

Give us a heads up if some amazing fruit and veggie carnage facial for clearing skin comes up.


I just bought a juicer last week and I have been drinking carrot-apple juice like crazy (and I literally just walked through the door with some ginger in hand, before reading this post). I have been telling my friends that I feel like the juice energy is surging through my arms. It really does feel like healthy heroin (not like I know how the two compare, but work with me here). Anyway, I'm loving your blog. Keep being awesome.


Hey Gitte,
I love that "healthy heroin". That's the perfect description (not that I'd know how to compare the two either). Let me know if you come up with any other good recipes. I'm afraid I'm going to start turning orange from all the carrots:)


Hey Heather,
Will do. Hopefully I won't end up with a vegetable colored tinge to my skin from all the drinking of it and smearing it on my face.


I have a Jack LaLanne power juicer and it's rather easy to clean in the sink. I juice every morning, it's like breathing for me. My happy morning cocktail contains carrots, celery, ginger, lemon, apples, turnip greens and yellow squash. I never thought to use the pulp on my skin. Thanks for the idea. I'll have to try a pulp facial tomorrow!


Hey Andra,
That sounds like one healthy juice. Let me know how the facial goes!


healthy heroin **PERK**

Heather B.

These all sound delicious... I should totally buy a juicer. I never thought I'd want/need one. I changed my mind.


I just use a blender. Throw in fruit and then some ice, so it's more like a smoothie and you don't mind the pulp. You get more fiber that way. Or you can strain it too, if you really hate pulp.

My favorite is blackberry juice. But one thing I do a lot is that I make mandarin juice (oranges work too) and I save the peels for making tea. I boil them along with tea leaves straight in my tea kettle.


Hey Moi,
I love making smoothies in the blender too. I like to keep the fruit in the freezer cause that way I don't have to add ice. (I forget to fill the trays.) Orange peels in tea sounds good. I'm guessing throwing banana peels from my smoothie in my tea won't work:)

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