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Ready to take your juicing skills up a notch? Summer is the perfect time to throw a gorgeous get-together featuring juice in new
and exciting ways. So many of us think of juicing as a solo journey, but inviting friends and others to experience the energy and
nourishment of juice can be a fun way to sip and socialize.
Whether you want to make a twist on a homemade lemonade, popsicles, sorbets, or some colorful juices full of seasonal produce,
we’ve got you covered. Plus, more and more folks are forgoing alcohol or lessening their intake in favor of mocktails, so we have
some of those, too. This roundup of 8 recipe ideas brings the flavor to a poolside party, outdoor game night or a weekend brunch.
Let's get the party started.
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COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT Juicing Tips from @juicingwithmaddy What are your top budget-friendly ingredients you love to juice during the
Some budget-friendly fruits and vegetables for summer are watermelon, cantaloupe, pineapple, cucumber, zucchini and honeydew
JULY RECIPE Spicy Pomegranate Sangrita
If you love a sweet and spicy combo, this sangrita is for you!
It’s full of vitamin C from the oranges, lime, and jalapeño, along with antioxidants from the pomegranate.
Makes: 16 Ounces
* 2 oranges
* 1 lime
* 1/2 cup pomegranate seeds
* 1/4 jalapeño
* Himalayan salt, for a salted rim
1. Wash all produce.
2. Peel the lime and oranges.
3. Remove seeds from jalapeño (avoid touching the seeds with your fingers).
4. Cut all ingredients into the appropriate size for the juicer, juice in the order given, and enjoy.
5. If you want to make it more margarita-like, rim a glass with the Himalayan salt.
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different varieties of fruits and vegetables. The farm enterprise is co-managed by youth interns and apprentices, who receive
training and mentorship to become entrepreneurial community leaders.
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