|'Cold War' juice by Jason Vale, review|
So, why did I decide to talk about the juicer? The reason for this is that it came together with Jason Vale's book called 'the Juice Master', which has over 100 delicious juice and smoothie recipes, together with my purchase. I have been using this book quite a lot. I must have made at least 20 various juices or smoothies from this book, a lot of them many times. The problem is that I don't always remember which ones I made and which ones were yummy or not. I decided to blog about the juices that I made, so that the pictures and description of what I felt when drinking the juice serve me as my personal diary about the healthy concoctions that I drank. They will remind me of whether they were good or not so good in terms of taste, appearance and quantity. Hopefully, some of you will find my posts inspiring and decide to try out a recipe or two from the same book.
|Oranges, pineapple and lemon are the main ingredients in the 'Cold War' juice|
My review of the 'Cold War' juice
'Cold War' is the juice made of orange, pineapple, lemon, Manuka honey and some ice cubes. Look at the picture for the recipe. I made a triple amount as I had to share the juice with my kids and my husband.
|The recipe of the juice|
What's in it for you?
- Lots of vitamin C, which is not only a natural antibiotic, but also helps dissolve mucus and fight against free radicals that damages your skin and may cause heart disease.
- Manuka honey has powerful antibacterial properties, but you can make the juice with different type of honey. The juice will taste good anyway.
My verdict: I will make this drink again.
Do you ever make your own juice? Which juice is your favourite?