Looking for an easy and inexpensive meal the family will love? This recipe is your answer! It includes pulp from your favorite veggie juices, quinoa and beans that add a ton of protein and fiber, and it makes a large dish so you’ll have leftovers all week long.
One of the most common questions people ask me is “Joe, what is the difference between juicing and blending?” Now, you might think the difference is obvious – but it turns out there’s a lot of confusion about the two, and many people believe they are juicing when in fact they are blending. So, let’s clear things up!
Wondering what to do with all that leftover pulp from your juice? This spin on a classic Lebanese dish uses pulp from your favorite green juice for extra flavor and fiber. Saving some for soup recipes is a great way to get all the goodness from the vegetables you are juicing. Store pulp in the freezer […]
There is a lot of controversy over calcium; how much do we need? What are the best food sources? What about Vitamin D? Many people also wonder if they get enough calcium during their Reboot. The answers to these questions are complex and still emerging, but this article helps break down the latest research and expert recommendations.
Compost is a dark brown dirt-like substance used as a fertilizer, mulch and soil conditioner. It is produced when bacteria and fungi break down different sorts of organic waste such as kitchen scraps and garden debris. Making your own compost is easy, and just like recycling of which it is a form, composting is the […]