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Posted by Jbon93 on 5 years ago

Hey All,

Ok, so this is my first time ever trying to juice! I'm really excited but also a little overwhelmed. I work in the office most of the day so I really can't juice throughout the day and I know that if the juice isn't drank right after it is juiced it can almost be pointless.. right? Does anyone have any solutions to this? I really want to try it out but I just can not simple juice each meal through out my day!!!!

Thanks,

-Joe

This topic contains 12 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by aprilh0909 5 years ago.

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    5 years ago

    Hi Joe,

    I will have this issue too when I return to work, so just wondering if ice-blocks might work?!

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  • aprilh0909

    5 years ago

    I work in an office that bringing my juicer would be unheard of. In the morning, I make three juices - one for the ride in, one late morning, and one for mid-afternoon. I know it's not as "FRESH" by 2:00 p.m.,but I don't count it as useless. It's brown looking if I use a lot of kale. Not the best visual, but it still tastes pretty good. I leave work at 4:00, so I can be home and re-juicing before I make dinner for the family. It's easier to cook for them if my tummy is full!!!

  • Jbon93

    5 years ago

    Definitely going to give it a try! Even thought of maybe keeping it in the car since it's cold out now?

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    5 years ago

    Lol, thats how Joe made it as he travelled arouns some places in America

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  • TeelaHerman.com

    5 years ago

    oh, I wouldn't say it's pointless to drink juice that isn't extremely fresh.

    Some people simply don't have the option of taking their juicer with them to work....my husband is the same way. I would make him his breakfast juice and then another juice in a 24oz mason jar, filled all the way to the top with juice. Does it lose some of the nutrients? Yes, but it's a heck of a lot better than unhealthy processed junk food.

    You've got to figure out what world best for you and do it. I can promise you, you won't regret it.

    Stay strong and juice on!

  • Jbon93

    5 years ago

    thanks for the tips! I had some kale iny juice today that I had for lunch after putting it in the freezer and thawing it well... YUCK!! I need to substitute that kale next time lol

  • TeelaHerman.com

    5 years ago

    Try spinach. It has a milder flavor.

  • Kel_H

    5 years ago

    I will have this problem to when I go back to work as I work in an office.

  • turet

    5 years ago

    I've been trying to work out my routine as well. My company has a refrigerator, but it's not on the same floor as my office. I can't be running down there for swigs all the time. The best solution I've heard is to get an old fashioned lunchbox (or those small insulated carriers) and keep the juice there with one of those blue blocks you keep in the freezer. The other issue is that exposure to air is what causes the juice to degrade, and many have suggested filling the level right up to the brim when first filling up your container. This would mean that it's best to drink the entire container full at one time, if possible, or the reduced level that happens as you drink during the day will let in air. I'm not sure that's really feasible, so at least keep the juice cold in between drinkings.

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    5 years ago

    @ turet,

    I have pondered this question of taking jars to school too mindful of the exact issues you brought up. What I have decided to do is actually buy smaller bottles to put in my esky/ insulated lined tote bag. Personally I feel my drinking a full 16 oz in one go would get interrupted ( by kids, duties, other teachers, prepping papers, etc etc) so for me the idea of a smaller containers drunk more regularly would be beneficial.

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