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  • Melly

    4 years ago

    Get the big things first (broccoli, kale, apples) - the ones you'll really need and you can switch out the others.

    When I started juicing I was convinced I had to follow the recipes perfectly - now throw in whatever veggies there are with a bit of apple and it all tastes fine!

    Great to have variety but get what you can afford and it'll work out - I'm in Vietnam where there are loads of veg like broccoli and cucumber but no kale, hasn't stopped me yet.

    You'll be fine - juice on! :) Go for it!

  • Melly

    4 years ago

    I think don't stress about it.

  • Bopaluma

    4 years ago

    Beginning Monday I will start this journey. The grocery list looks a little daunting... Any help would be appreciated.


  • Beginnings... Again

    Started by Bopaluma, Last reply by Jennifer on 2015-02-07 08:11:01

    Number of Replies: 1

    False starts


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