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Fresh Juice Combinations


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Lately at breakfast time I've been juicing two juice oranges together with half of a medium sized lime. It's nothing remotely exotic, but I really like the way the lime adds some tanginess to the orange.

What combinations do you particuarly like, and what proportions do you use? I've long since given up on juice bars since most of them are so wildly inconsistent in the proportions they use.

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gevalia coffee, TJ freshly squeezed OJ, niman ranch bacon, country bisquits and sex in bed.

Damn. All that in one bed? Sounds... messy. :unsure:

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Pineapple & strawberry, and Apple and ginger are our regulars..

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In summer, juiced fresh: orange, mango (from the Hispanic market near my home), and peach (particularly white Michigan peaches, from the farmer's market). Heavenly. Leftovers, if any, make the most magnificent mimosas (combined with appropriate Champagne/sparkling wine) one can imagine.

I'm waiting for June...

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