60 Day Juice Feast – Day 38

by Courtney on November 23, 2007

Twas a nice Friday indeed, complete with no shopping trips whatsoever ;) Today’s feast was very simple – I liked it that way. I really havne’t done a whole lot of complex juices during this whole feast. But that really works for me at this point – prior to this juice feast I’d been eating pretty much 100% raw food, but it was all very complex dishes made by the Tree of Life Cafe – amazing and delicious, probably some of the best raw food in the world – but complex nonetheless. I was definitely looking forward to the simplicity of a juice feast, and it has been very satisfactory to have it that way. I am very sure that I’ll be eating simply when I return to food.
Today’s Feast, in order of consumption:
28 oz. spinach/apple/grape juice w/ spirulina and salt
32 oz. green juice w/ lemon, ginger, cayenne, turmeric, and pinch of salt
22 oz. spinach/apple/grape juice w/ spirulina and salt
2 TBS coconut oil
2 TBS bee pollen
32 oz. orange juice w/ 1/2 TBS spirulina and 1/2 TBS MSM
I surely LOVE that spirulina, wow. I wasn’t the least bit drawn to it when I was first getting into raw food. I was revolted by it, in fact. But now, man, I just rejoice over it. Thim has been getting into it too – he easily takes in 4 or 5 tablespoons a day in his spirulina salads, which I will be taking in a LOT of when I return to food, I just know it!

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Traci November 24, 2007 at 11:28 am

Hello, I am new to raw foods, juice feasting, blogging, twittering, etc. but I am working on getting hooked up! I am not good at this at all! Your pics look wonderful! Congrats on your juice feasting. I would love to do it but need to buy some books on the topic. I just randomly ran across your blog. My name is Traci aka BlondeDove. I will try to get set up and subscribe to your blog. Thanks for listing your juice recipes. Good luck to you and Happy Holidays, Traci


CresceNet November 24, 2007 at 3:56 pm

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