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  1. Trish @ MyBigFatBundt

    Amber, since you are watering it down a bit, are you just storing it in the fridge and grabbing some as you need a drink? I guess my question is, do you CONSUME is all in one day, or are you drinking it over a few days? I have thought of doing a few days worth of juice (I would drink more juice if I could do it this way), but then always hearing from raw food experts…you only have 20 minutes to drink your juice, and then it starts to lose its nutrition!

  2. Bobbie {the vegan crew}

    Oh my goodness, look at that color! So vibrant! I don’t have a juicer, but I’m sure this will make a lovely smoothie, too. I feel like I have been in a rut with smoothies lately, and I’m tired of using kale all the time, so I’m looking forward to trying this!

  3. glutenfreehappytummy

    oh i love green juice! i’m going to go make some for breakfast right now! 🙂

  4. amber

    Hello Amber,

    This is just gorgeous!!! I can’t agree more about the rut. When you’ve been juicing for a while it’s hard to get super creative. So I always, always appreciate new juice recipes. This one is a must try (ingredients I always have on hand). I just can’t digest kale (even in a juice it really bothers me) so I love your use of lettuce. Romaine gets such a bad wrap.

    Have a great week lovely!


  5. Tara

    Today I tried my sample pack of Kaeng Rang (mango peach pineapple) and I found it to taste inedible. : ( Soooo glad I bought a sample before investing in the whole shebang. Seriously, though, I had to dump it down the sink…. I’m sure it’d taste better with added fresh fruit but I didn’t feel inclined to doctor it up. I am new to cleansing, though, just so you know…

    1. Lisa S

      Hi Tara,

      I just started my 6 day KR cleanse. I found the mango, peach, pineapple mix (Daybreak) to not be my favorite mix. I added fresh fruit to all of the mixes and used the fruit which is contained in the mix. I found that adding fresh pineapple to the 2 with pineapple as an ingredient didn’t really enhance the flavor. So, today I didn’t add it to the Daybreak. I only added a fair amount frozen peaches and frozen mango chunks. I didn’t even add any ice. It was good but again, not as good as the other 2, and also not quite as “sweet” as the other 2 mixes. None of them are really sweet from how we would perceive sweet to be.

      As Amber said maybe adding a bit of stevia would help; I added about a teaspoon honey because that’s all I had on hand. Didn’t make a difference to me so no more honey just fresh fruits and ice if the fruit isn’t frozen. Or maybe use a mix of water and juice or all juice. Apple juice is usually a good base for any fruit flavored smoothies. I used only water.

      Yes, good thing you ordered a sample. I went all-in and purchased the 6 day.

  6. Lori and Michelle (@purelytwins)

    this sounds like my kind of juice! I have been enjoying romaine being juiced.

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  8. Tara

    I added 24 oz. of water to the Kaeng Rang smoothie. I bet that stevia would have helped it a lot–or juice. However, I really needed to go grocery shopping so there wasn’t anything for me to add : ( Oh well, I tried it! Your green juice looks amazing!!! I think I’ll stick to making my own smoothies and juices! : )

  9. Diana

    I love kale… U?

  10. MamaGee

    yum. romaine in juice is delicious! that colour is beautiful.
    i’ll never understand people wanting to keep juice in the fridge; mine never lasts more than a half hour 🙂

  11. Green Juice

    Swiss chard, dandelion greens and other wild greens are great to juice if you’re limiting cruciferous vegetables.

  12. brandi taylor

    Is there a way to pin this??

  13. nanette levi

    Hi did you read Dr. K. latest post about cruciferous and goitrogens veggies? It appears that he and a group of other experts no longer believe they cause problems. Maybe in moderation?