It's not like I never went to the produce department. I've purchased plenty of apples and bananas and strawberries and romaine. I have never, however, purchased acorn squash or leeks or kale. So, it's been an experience.
I love my juicer. It works great. People reported that juicers are really hard to clean. I've not really found that since I'd read in advance to line the pulp bin with a plastic bag. I'm sure that makes all the difference.
I did not like the store bought carrot juice at all (and wrote a poem about it a couple of days ago), but the homemade carrot/apple/lemon juice I made was AWESOME. Love it! The green version of this bottled juice is pretty good in a pinch, but this red juice is my favorite in a bottle. It's very sweet, so I'm sure it's bad for you. My uncle, who's had heart bypass surgery, has a motto about food he says he learned from his cardiologist--"If it tastes good, spit it out." Ha! I'm still trying to find a homemade green juice that tastes really good. So far, I haven't gagged, but that's not really a good marketing tag line. "Drink my juice. It won't make you gag."
Here's another video I watched last night. This guy makes juicing look super easy and fun.
Now I'm going to run over to the grocery store to get some of that yummy red juice before our staff meeting this afternoon. Apparently, the plan is to have all kinds of sugary stuff. I guess that's supposed to at least keep us upright even if it doesn't make our brains work better. I'm going to actually try for both!!
Have a blessed day, friends!