Ok guys, it’s time to brush off the dust on my Juicer… I don’t know what happened, I sorta fell off the wagon for juicing.
There’s nothing better then a fresh juice made at home. It’s not that I haven’t had any juice in a while, it’s just that I’ve been too lazy to make my own. 😛
I started grocery shopping at this awesome organic co-op not too far from me, and they have a juice bar where they make fresh organic juices. So every time I go there to get my groceries, I end up getting a fresh juice to go.
Not that there’s anything wrong with this healthy little treat, but the $$ can add up, especially when it’s around $6 for a juice.
If you figure in a few of these juices from the store every week for a year, imagine how many Juicers I could buy…hmmm.
Really a Juicer is a small expense, but totally worth it and will pay for itself quickly.
I did a lot of research and purchased the Juicer that was best for me (within my price range and its juicing abilities)
I know some people tell me, oh I’d love to juice, but it’s so expensive. Meanwhile they are on about 30 pills that they have to take every day. Which makes me wonder…hmmm how could juicing be more expensive than all of those pills you take? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not judging anyone who has a medical condition. However, I just think if people would spend more time on what foods they put into their body, they may be surprised at how many less pills they may have to take in the future. I am a true believer that food and natural healing is the best medicine. Ok there’s my rant for the night.
Ok, so it’s time for me to get back on track with my budget and get my lazy arse into the kitchen to start juicing again. 🙂
- 4-5 large Kale leaves
- 1 Cucumber peeled
- 1 Green Apple cored
- 1 piece Ginger peeled (about 1 inch in size)
- Wash veggies and fruit.
- Cut down to size to fit in your juicer.
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