Happy juicing 2018 :)

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  • Leslie

    20 hours ago


    Good morning I lost 1 lb yesterday I just was not hungry and skipped dinner, had an early snack instead. I stayed inside out of the heat yesterday as well and did laundry and house cleaning, also did a short indoor workout. I had a mammogram in the morning and missed my morning walk, so I took 2 strolls around the neighborhood when i got back and had my groceries put away and at that time it wasn't too hot. Later was another story! 104 today, and 106 tomorrow. I bought an ice cream maker so i can now make vegan sorbet or just plain juice sorbets. I need to go to the store and get some new freezer containers!

  • iamFIT

    23 hours ago


    nice to see rock and hear from worldwide,missing the other bro deigo.anyway happy for you guys .amazing progress.best wishes cannot type more.sunny rain is a proud mamma true.

  • DiAnn

    1 day ago


    Back to drinking wheatgrass. Good stuff for what ails ya.

  • Rock

    1 day ago





    Hey family... It's ROCK TIME!!!



    I came back in to support my close brother-in-health Bill... And also to give you all an update on my journey.



    After my fast last year, I was a changed man. I ate right and I felt awesome. I waited a good six months to make sure this was the new me. To adapt to this new lifestyle. I'm proud to say that not only did it work... But I kept making progress. I read more... Learned more about food and nutrition... And dedication myself to it. My kids have had alot of fun learning alot more a out food than I could have taught them previously.



    I'm still cooking for a living... But my side business has grown. Just yesterday to got a commitment from a restaurant to sell my hand made cannoli. Yes... I don't eat it often... But I'm happy to sell it!



    On May 1st, I went back to a juice fast. I was determined to push myself to 200 pounds. I had made a commitment not to.cut my hair until then... So... It had grown out pretty long. Ridiculously long for my... Super masculine style of carriage ... Ha ha.



    So, this past Sunday I finally hit it. Took me 46 days of fasting and I felt so fantastic. Along the way, I started running/jogging/walking 2+ miles everyday. Also, I went back to my favorite boyhood excerise.. push-ups. I do them every evening now, with a commitment to do at least one more than the day previously. I'll be up past 100 a day in no time ;)



    I'm still here!

  • SunnyRain

    1 day ago

    Congrats Rock! You are amazing. I'm really happy you achieved your goal to reach onederland. Reading you, I kind of miss the old times, when we were all still here and wrote a lot. Yet I'm really happy you are all having such an amazing changes in your life and moved forward. That was the whole point. I feel like a proud momma of the amazing group. :) Rock time rules! :)

  • Leslie

    1 day ago

    Hi Rock! I am still here too! You have been missed and I know I am so happy for your success! Miss your "I am here's!" I wish we could have shared your journey this time around! You are so inspiring!

  • Robin

    6 hours ago

    What a wonderful post Rock!! You look fantastic!

  • DiAnn

    1 day ago


    I have the termite people here today. Must drink lots of organic juice today so the chemicals they're spraying don't kill me. Dang termites are eating my back door. and quickly. crazy

  • WorldWide

    1 day ago


    Hi Everyone,



    I'll be doing a mini fast starting tomorrow Friday June 22nd. I'll be posting my results here.

  • SunnyRain

    1 day ago

    You can do it, Bill! I'll be juicing with you too. :)

  • Leslie

    1 day ago

    Yay Bill! How long is your mini I was going to start one tomorrow as well but I still have too many things in the fridge to get through to have room.

  • SunnyRain

    2 days ago


    Day 16: Yeey, I'm still doing a good job. I just finished juicing my next 2-3 day worth of juice and it's all green!:) One supermarket decided to sell a new brand of apples that wasn't available ever before (I think it's quite common in Australia) and they are called Pink Lady. And they are so sweet and delicious. I just love them. Yummy.:)



    I was walking from the farmers market and supermarket today with 10 kg (approx. 20 lbs) of produce and thinking that it's funny in a way, that you need to consume 20 lbs of produce to lose 2 lbs of weight.:))



    Have a lovely end of the weekend everyone! I won't be here, I have 3 days off so I'm going to enjoy my time without emails, internet and computers.:) But I'll be back on Tuesday the latest.



    Happy juicing!




  • Robin

    2 days ago

    Have a lovely tech free time Vanja!

  • Leslie

    1 day ago

    Ohh! I need you to come clean out my fridge, as soon as I divest if of things someone adds in more so it is overflowing!

  • Soose

    2 days ago


    CANTELOPE MANIA:



    On top of the juices I made this morning, I just used the blender for FOUR cantelopes, large Athena ones. My son did the shopping and overbought cantelopes on ... was it Tuesday or Monday? He's been adding them to carrot juice. And thought he needed them. 98c/each. Then he only juiced the first two. I did tell him when he called on the phone that they would not have a good shelf life. lol Thought he might risk four... but that it would be a risk. He came home with SIX.



    He's not around and must have punted on juicing last night. ( Still doesn't have a good sense of when to juice for production and for that matter, neither do I, lol, so I am overdoing and he is underdoing.) So it was use them this morning or let them ferment 'til he saw them this evening. I just don't have the fridge space.



    I cut away some bad spots. Cantelopes have no holding power here once we get them home. Luckily they are easy to clean. I have discovered a good easy method of skinning them. I cut them in half, remove seeds, lay the flat side of each half down on a tray, and sliver the skins off top to bottom, rotating them. Works well, resulting in two halves of skinned melon.



    There's a LOT of cantelope in the fridge. But it's more like a smoothie. (They might make good popsicles.) If my son wants to actually juice press them later, he can. I think he's been using the centrifugal and then hand-straining the pulp, which is very wet. I'm just drinking them with the pulp in - you can't really tell it's there now but maybe it'll separate out some.

  • DiAnn

    2 days ago

    Amazon just delivered my groceries. The kale is wilted, unable to be juiced. devastated. I notified Amazon to get my $1.99 back. lol And my cat just stole a sweet potato off my plate! My day is ruined!

  • RM

    2 days ago

    @ DiAnn, you crack me up :) I love your cat......

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  • SunnyRain

    2 days ago

    Soose, that's also the way I skin cantelopes and watermelons too. Cut them in half, lay them flat side down and then cut off the skin from top to bottom. I do this with all round produce. Even lemons and oranges. I cut away the bottom and top, so I get to flat circles, then I lay it down on the flat side (top or bottom) and then cut down the rest of the skin from top to bottom. It's so easy and quick. :)

  • Soose

    1 day ago

    @SunnyRain, I haven't skinned my lemons and limes this way, and as I have been ineptly trying to peel them (used to put them in with the peels but that was giving me problems), I kept thinking of a photo you published here showing a good many lemons, perfectly peeled, and wondering why mine came out so butchered! Duh. Will start that asap. <G>

    @DiAnn, is your cat more like Garfield then? Or Hobbes? I will hit the RESET button with you!

    First, I washed El Doggo this morning instead of juicing. (But I did get 10 mins in on the recumbent bike first.)

    That is his second bath in three days. The neighbors had a company come cut down a whole line of Bradford Pears -- there goes my shade over on that side of the field -- and they asked for permission to come thru onto our side to pick up limbs. They brought a Bobcat and the field is destroyed and scraped there! :( So of course my newly washed El Doggo rolled in the solid red dust! He smelt so dusty and was not comfy to handle.

    Then, on the way to the vet, the skies totally poured out their contents. We both got soaked! lol (And now we're home and drying off, the rain has moved on. lol )

    Came home to most of the juice gone. I need to do a pretty good reset of the fridges and produce, juice what I can, take inventory, and see if I need to go produce shopping.

  • SunnyRain

    1 day ago

    Soose, I always skin my lemons with a knife. It saves soooo much time. I didn't want to do it at first, thinking I might lose too much of flesh, but actually, you don't. You lose maybe 1-2% of a lemon, but peeling them with hands takes so looong. And you butcher the lemon and you lose some juice either way. It took me 3-4 hours to juice 2-3 days worth of juice at the beginning+clean the kitchen, now I make twice as much juice in 1 hour. So it only takes me 2 hrs in a week to make all the juice I need for the whole week. I got super efficient with time. And learning good ways how to skin, prep and wash the produce helped a lot.:)

  • Leslie

    1 day ago

    DiAnn I LOVE the button!

  • DiAnn

    2 days ago


    I bought a pretty pineapple. Almost hate to juice it since it looks so nice sitting on my counter.

  • Robin

    2 days ago

    HaHa DiAnn! I know what you mean! I’ve had produce sitting in a bowl that was worthy of a painting and it was hard to use them and mess up the aesthetics. I hope it tastes even better than it looks. Juice on!!

  • Leslie

    2 days ago

    I always do this too and I hate to make it look messy! I will hang on to the pineapple and just smell the base if it smells sweet I know it has to go or it will go down hill fast best to enjoy it at its best! Take a picture!

  • DiAnn

    2 days ago

    I love your counter top!

  • Soose

    2 days ago

    Great idea, Leslie! That photo is magazine worthy, too!

    I used to have some of those "wine carafe" bottles. Are yours vacuum packed?

  • Robin

    3 days ago


    Hello Juicers! I’ve been away for a few days but am back and still throwing back the juice. I’ve got a big trip planned in late July and want to be in tip-top juice shape by them. Also I will feel more comfortable traveling if I’m down some pounds. I came across some amazing golden beets and spinach at the farmers market at the coast last weekend, and have been juicing those, along with zucchini, ginger, and lime. Tomorrow I’ll have to go shopping for more produce and I’m hoping there will be some good spinach. For some reason, there has been no organic spinach at the grocery where I usually shop. Juice on!!

  • Soose

    2 days ago

    The organic spinach is one green that doesn't usually look good at Sprouts. Picked over or slightly wilted; I think because they put it on the upper shelf and because it still has roots. They don't put a lot of it out. I buy the organic bins from Sam's, one pound, pre-washed. Not ideal but I weighed a bunch of spinach and it's pretty comparable in price, I guess, and I just watch it for shelf life and use it quickly. Maybe next Fall or Spring I can grow my own.

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