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I had this at Scape, a great restaurant in St. Louis and I have been making it ever since. It is such a great combo of fruit flavors. I served this at 2 parties and it was a HIT at both! The amounts of water and fruit are just estimates and feel free to use your own judgment based on the size of your container.

Recipe #438766

A contest winning, healthy and easy recipe from Taste of Home. And it is SO good. No ice cream maker necessary! Recipe posted by Jill Swavely, Green Lane, Pennsylvania. NOTE: I made this the other day and used 1/4 cup Splenda and 1/4 cup sugar PLUS I misread the directions and just threw all of the ingredients in to the blender and I have to say it worked great without the heating of the "syrup".

Recipe #431346

"Rach's pal Daisy Martinez assembles an exotic salad that gets its kick from a can." Recipe from Rachael Ray's magazine. I LOVE this recipe!!! I did switch up the dressing a bit by using 2 T oil, 2 T lime juice and 2T orange juice which was perfect for us.

Recipe #397735

Low calorie, fat free vegan recipe from Whole Foods; it is highly rated on their website. They suggest serving it atop grilled fish but I think it would also be great with chicken or pork tenderloin. You can make it up to 4 hours ahead of serving, just keep it in the refrigerator. I think mango and a splash of OJ would be a great addition to this recipe as well! NOTE: I just made this recipe and I added the OJ for a touch of sweetness and added a couple drops of jalapeno sauce for more kick. I also didn't care for the mint, so I changed that to optional. . .the basil was nice I thought.

Recipe #377777

This is a vegan no salt recipe from The No Salt Cookbook. If your diet can tolerate salt, simply add salt to taste! Feel free to throw in some onions and some red peppers too!

Recipe #374219

AWESOME. . .love this stuff. I buy the pomegranate seeds ready to go at Trader Joe's, but if you don't have the luxury of a TJ's nearby, here is a great tip for peeling pomegranate -- score the skin of the fruit and submerge in a bowl of cool water, peel underwater - the seeds will fall to the bottom, the peel and that papery membrane stuff will float to the top and can be skimmed off. Note that cooking time is marinating time. Found on Let's Eat.

Recipe #366504

A juice with a boost of Vitamin C. Very tasty stuff! From Jack Lalanne's PowerJuicer recipe book.

Recipe #362649

Recipe from Jack Lalanne. Says to feel free to add a little coconut milk for an exotic treat if you like!

Recipe #362999

A Jack Lalanne recipe. This is good and light with the pear option.

Recipe #364125

A fabulous juice based on a Jack Lalanne recipe.

Recipe #364155

A wonderful refreshing juice. . .not overly sweet. . .cantaloupe undertones. . .LOVELY. From Jack LaLanne's Power Juicer book of recommended recipes.

Recipe #357547

Another Jack Lalanne recipe. This one is refreshing, but I recommend cutting the amount of sparkling water in half.

Recipe #358087

This is the best "juicer" juice that I have made so far. I LOVE it!!!!! This one would be fantastic to serve at a brunch. Recipe from Jack Lalanne.

Recipe #358093

This is a twist on a Jack Lalanne recipe. He includes 1 mango, but I like it without as well! Not too sweet and not to sour. I like this one! NOTE: You can leave the peel on the lime if you want a strong lime flavor, otherwise, cut the peel off the lime as it is difficult to actually peel them by hand.

Recipe #358099


Recipe #338069

The surprise is how easy this recipe is! A raw/vegan recipe found online at Raw Sacramento. Feel free to eliminate (or cut in half) the olive oil to make it lower fat.

Recipe #337534

A simple "raw foods" recipe found online at Raw Sacramento.

Recipe #337528

Sounds wonderful. A raw/vegan recipe that would please kids and adults alike.

Recipe #337526

Recipe from Perfect for the holiday season!!!

Recipe #337524

Recipe from I loved it, but hubby wasn't fond of the texture of the kale. . .so I am going to throw in the recommendation to use your favorite lettuce in this recipe in place of the kale. I also let my salad marinate for about 2 hours which was great (and truly softened up the kale quite a bit).

Recipe #337520

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