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Thread: Favorite Juicer recipes??

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    Favorite Juicer recipes??

    I was wondering if any of y'all have a favorite fruit recipe for Juice drinks made with power juicers.
    Please share if you do....I just mixed a fresh pineapple and mangos. YUM....
    Lisa B in NC
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    I like 1 apple, 2 carrots and 2 celery stalks. It's sweet and good. My husband adds strawberries to his.

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    There is a yahoo group called vitamix enthausiasta and they have tons of recipes and tips.

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    Sorry enthusiasts couldn't spell today

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    What kind of juicer do you have? My husband broke mine today so now I need to find another one. I had a Jack LeLanne. He was putting a carrot through it and the plastic that houses the motor cracked. After reading the reviews apparentlky this happens quite a lot. I'm thinking about getting a Le Equip. It has a 10 year warranty.

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    Whatever you get look for one that has at least 700 for the motor strength. I got mine on ebay and love it. I take whatever fruit I have and add carrots to it. Grapes, apples, pineapple give a lot of juice. A little bit of fresh ginger gives a good flavor to it as well. Green vegatables like spinach, kale can be added if you don't like to eat them for the nutrients. Kiwi/apple gives them a good taste.

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    Is there a specific make I should look for. I've been comparing and LeQuip seems to have a good rating. It has a 10 year warranty. I have a Jack LeLanne now but the reviews aren't good on them.

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    Fifty years ago I would add juices or lemon sodas to the children's Kool-Aid drinks. As long as it was sweet they liked it....Goodness, the cookies and sweet drinks we fed our children without guilt, today's moms would cringe or have nightmares. I like my fresh fruit whole and therefore don't often make juice out of it. I do prefer fruit over chocolate any day....

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    Vitamix is a wonderful machine, expensive but can do hot soups to ice cream.....

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    A little bit of clean cinnamon gives a excellent taste to it as well, Natural vegatables like green spinach, him can be included if you don't like to eat them for the nutritional value....

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