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juicing

(joo′sĭng)
The conversion of vegetables and fruits into consumable liquids.
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When you juice, you don't get the fiber that's in whole fruits and vegetables, because juicing machines extract the juice and leave behind the fiber-rich pulp.
Caption: Use juicing to supplement a healthy diet--not as your diet.
In addition to offering manual juicers, gourmet retailers wishing to reach juicing aficionados can choose from an array of automatic juicing machines and blenders.
Who's juicing? Everyone from parents who sneak carrots into their kids' apple juice to those who undergo juice-only detoxes for several days at a time.
Good guides to help you along are Anna Selby's The Juice and Zest Book, Superjuice - Juicing for health and Healing by Michael Van Stratten and Juicing for Life by Caroline Wheater and Maureen Keane.
IF YOU want to get serious about juicing you will need to buy a juicing machine.
Juicing can be a great way to get much-needed nutrients from fruits and vegetables, which evidence suggests may help prevent chronic diseases.
As a result, more consumers are viewing juicing as an easy, delicious way to stay in shape and get the natural vitamins and minerals their bodies need.
With computer-controlled induction motors that monitor speed and increase or decrease power as needed, pulp-ejector features that eliminate the need to stop and start juicing and easy-to-clean designs, today's electric juicers operate effortlessly.