Today’s Juice: Old Faithful

by Steph Creaturo

Old FaithfulAngela, Christina and I are avid juice fans. Our juicers don’t owe us a penny given how much we use them. Over the next few months, we’ll be sharing out favorite juice recipes and hope that you do the same!

Some days, my juice isn’t fancy or complicated.  Especially on those days where the pathos of busy threatens to edge out the ethos of what’s good, it it nice to fall back on an old faithful and not try to do anything creative or fancy.

Ingredients:

– Half head of lettuce, today was Bibb
– Five celery stalks
– One and a half green apples
– One cucumber
– Piece of citrus (today was half an orange)
– Thumb of ginger

Paired with a Kind or Pure bar, this is a great afternoon snack! And, like going to yoga class or for a run, I am always glad once I made the juice. It never fails to taste good. Beck even drinks it once in a while because it is his favorite color. Win all around!

What’s your go-to juice?

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3 Responses to Today’s Juice: Old Faithful

  1. Deborah says:

    Carrots, a hunk of ginger, beets, and apples equal about a ton of delicious antioxidants!

  2. Steph says:

    That sounds so great, Deborah! Do you use golden beets or red beets? I’d love to know! Thanks, Steph

  3. Pingback: Today’s Juice: Saturday Summer Smoothie | MALA YOGA

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