Because experts recommend that we get a "daily 8," Crocker's recipes will make that task easier.
Tucson Citizen - Larry Cox
Because experts recommend that we get a "daily 8," namely five servings of vegetables and three servings of fresh fruit daily, Crocker's recipes will make that task easier, especially if there are finicky children in the house.
Best Health Magazine - Kat Tancock
Its 350 recipes for juices, smoothies and more, including 16 pages of colour photos, make this book an inspiring juicing resource. The ingredient guide is cross-referenced with the recipes, making it easy to work with what you have. And the ailment section suggests healing drinks to help specific conditions.
Ann Coombs 7th Annual Summer Recommended Reading L
This is not just a recipe book for great juicing, it is the ultimate resource on what to juice for 80 health concerns from stress to lack of sleep! Includes 350 great drinks from fruit and vegetable juices, smoothies to frozen drinks. It is all here and a must for today's healthy lifestyle.
This book makes a good nutritional reference for anyone who is serious about his or her wellness.
For many years, nutritionists have urged people to eat more fruits and vegetables because they are low in fat and are important sources of vitamins and minerals. In this helpful book, you will find the nutritive values and healing properties of over 185 fruits, vegetables and herbs. There is also a special section that addresses over 80 common health conditions with prescriptive advice using specific juices, along with over 250 juicing recipes. These include both fruit and vegetable juices: for example, Cherry Sunrise, Watermelon Strawberry, Orange Zinger, Apple-Beet-Pear Spiced Carrot, and Tomato Tang. A special section includes "roughies," made with the pulp from juicing: e.g., Apple Rice Pudding, Papaya Marinade. A large section features recipes for smoothies: Cherries Jubilee, Frozen Fruit Slurry, Mango Madness, and Taste of the Tropics. Pat Crocker is a culinary herbalist who has written extensively in newspapers and magazines as well as producing an award-winning cookbook, also on herbs. Susan Eagles is a recognized expert in the field of medical herbalists. This book is an essential for anyone who wants to explore all the nutritional benefits that natural foods can provide. KLIATT Codes: JSARecommended for junior and senior high school students, advanced students, and adults. 2000, Firefly, 288p. illus. bibliog. index. 26cm., $18.95. Ages 13 to adult. Reviewer: Shirley Reis; IMC Dir., Lake Shore M.S., Mequon, WI , July 2001 (Vol. 35, No. 4)
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Sample Recipe: Breakfast Cocktail
Serves 1 or 2
A sweet blend of goodness even the pastel orange color lends a cheerful note. Save pulp for use in Curry Sauce (recipe in book). Peel, core and seed squash and apples if planning to use pulp later.
Quarter acorn or butternut squash, scrubbed and cut into chunks
2 medium apples, washed and cut into pieces
1 carrot, scrubbed
1 1-inch (2.5 cm) piece ginger root
1/4 cup (50 mL) natural yogurt
1. Using a juicer, process squash, apples, carrot and ginger. Whisk in yogurt. Pour into a carafe or large glasses.