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Postby zinamaria » Wed Apr 27, 2011 6:43 pm

Brightspot, thanks for the tip on the juicer, I checked it out here in the states, there are different makes and models, which is yours? love the recipe too, with beets. I have wanted a juicer for a long time...

Sharon I love that recipe in the crockpot too!

AND I love cayenne!
It is good for circulation because it's recommended for people with heart trouble, chest pains etc.
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Postby Brightspot » Wed Apr 27, 2011 9:20 pm

Hi Zinamaria
The Juicer I have is a Brevelle Juice Fountain.
I liked it because it is not too expensive, it works well, and you can put apples into it whole.
When you juice veggies, you can use the pulp to make soup, so nothing is wasted.
Pulp from fruit (if you core the apples) can be used for baking.
Enjoy.
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Postby zinamaria » Thu Apr 28, 2011 9:04 am

Thanks Brightspot....will check it out, I have just not made that leap yet to the juicer (had one while living in Italy, but it was a cheap version and was not easy to clean!) so now it's time to finally invest in one here in the states.
We are of like minds, I hate to waste anything, using the pulps in soup is a great idea!
Health tip: Baking or cooking fruit turns makes it acidic, otherwise fruit is alkaline raw.
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