Pure Juice by Sarah Cadji

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Pure Juice not only has juice recipes but, smoothies and nut beverages as well.

This beautifully illustrated book provides recipes for your breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Looking for juices for targeting strength, weight loss, glowing skin, de-stress and more?

Here are 3 reasons why Pure Juice by Sarah Cadji is perfect for health enthusiasts:

1. Beginner friendly

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In the beginning of the book, Cadji shares the importance of a raw vegetable diet.

She emphasizes the purpose of each ingredient as well as the process of prepping and cleaning your equipment.

Cadji explains why each juice and recipe helps your body.

2. Easy Recipes With A Purpose

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Cadji has created simple and healthy recipes that taste absolutely delicious.

The recipes can be concocted with a juicer or a blender.

Juices can be enjoyed on-the-go for breakfast or lunch.

Some memorable smoothie recipes are entitled: The Gym Freak, The All Day Breakfast, The Smart One, and the The Bee.

Before or after your workout, you can make the Gym Freak.

If you don’t have time at work or school to eat lunch or breakfast, you can create the All Day Breakfast.

3. Simple and Inexpensive Ingredients

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Are you on a budget?

The ingredients in Pure Juice can be found in your local supermarket.

Vegetables such as kale, spinach, and cucumbers are at the core of this book.

More ingredients found include apple, pineapple, cilantro, lemon, mint, and ginger.

As you see, you can juice leafy greens, fruits, and herbs all in one glass.


Why Pure Juice by Sarah Cadji is perfect for beginner health enthusiasts?

1. Beginner friendly

2. Easy Recipes with a Purpose

3. Simple and Inexpensive Ingredients

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Do you have a favorite healthy beverage?

My go-to is the Green Wake Up juice recipe in Pure Juice by Sara Cadji.

It is filled with delicious cucumbers, apples, spinach, parsley, and a touch of lemon.

4 thoughts on “Pure Juice by Sarah Cadji

  1. Me go to is what I call the Citrus Blast
    Mango frozen nothing wrong or fresh half to cup
    Strawberries or Water melon fresh or frozen – half
    Papaya- 2 nice thick slices
    Dragon Fruit-half
    Fresh ginger and some times add in Moroccan mint- 3 -4 slices of ginger and 5-6 mint leaves
    With Coconut milk or Organic Juice always put in last usually about a cup to cup in half


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