Reflections in a cup of Juice!

A toast to Reflections (A-Z Blog Challenge) and bloggers – Happy Juicing
(Serves 1) – Vegan, Raw, Gluten-Free

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Ingredients:
2-3 Stalks Kale, stemmed removed
2 Carrots
½ Cucumber,
1-inch piece Ginger, peeled
½ Lemon
1 Granny Smith Apple
-Juice the above ingredients and enjoy! – Remember Organic is always best.

Good Morning my beautiful juice! I love juicing – feels revitalizing in the morning. What a great breakfast of Antioxidants, Nutrients and Phytonutrients.
I wanted to take a moment to touch on a couple things. First, I want to say thank you again to my fellow bloggers out there for the follow(s) and support, the comments, the likes and anyone who has perused my blog or tried any of my recipes too. It truly means a lot to me. I enjoy reading everyone else’s blogs and posts also. The amount of Vegans that are out there still amazes me sometimes and even the non-vegans too – just the amount of people out there that are looking for healthier alternatives…I think that is fantastic. I believe in my heart that one can heal through food, aside from the animal cruelty factor and ethical reasons, this world is really changing. We’re a long way from the vittles our parents and grandparents grew up eating. The food quality has changed over the years so drastically. So take care of yourselves out there.

Reflections:
Finally, I’d like to talk about the A-Z Blog Challenge that I participated in April 2015. It was a fun challenge for me to come up with a new recipe for each letter. I had a ball participating and enjoyed every minute. Posting everyday alone was challenge in itself, but I’m so glad I got it accomplished. 🙂  I’m newer to blogging so this challenge pushed me that much more to post daily and to get creative and even better to learn about blogging and meeting new people! I have enjoyed reading so many blogs – stories, posts, recipes and learning so much.
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6 thoughts on “Reflections in a cup of Juice!

  1. lovetotrav says:

    Such a creative way to reflect with the juice. Love it. I need to try one with ginger in it as I have never done that before. Will do this weekend! Thanks for the recipe. 🙂

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    • veganrescue says:

      Thank you! Just keep in mind that ginger can be very spicy. The first time maybe try 1/2 inch. Ginger is so great for you though and has so many medicinal and healing properties. It has a potent taste on its own and you’ll definitely taste it in this juice recipe, may have to ease into its spiciness. I created this juice concoction to help with inflammation. 🙂

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  2. gardeden says:

    Yum, very similar to one of my favourite juices, but yours looks really amazing! Glad to have connected. Cheers, Suz.

    gardentokitchenwithsuz.wordpress.com

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