After a heavy meal at Gennaro’s in Boston’s Italian district, the North End, we decided to start the following morning with a brisk 3 mile walk. I was excited to spot The Juicery.
I’m totally a visual person so I appreciated seeing all of the fresh produce in the open refrigerator.
It was hard to choose but I wanted the lightest, cleanest, greenest, least sweet option so I went with the Green Juice.
It was a refreshing mix of kale, parsley, cucumber, and celery.
It takes a lot more fruits/veggies to make a glass full of juice than a smoothie so two of us shared the 24 ounce size.
It wasn’t sweet at all but tasted balanced and pleasant to me.
I like what this company stands for and how it practices sustainable business practices.
They carry an assortment of fermented/kombucha/probiotic contain beverages, tonics, protein shakes, coconut water, and spring water as well.
August 17, 2015
A few of my readers have asked me for a healthy oatmeal raisin cookie that they could feel good about feeding their children for breakfast. I was out of raisins when I made these but you could used any small dried fruit. Again, ease and versatility are the name of the game! These cookies are [...]
July 6, 2015
Tonight marks 1 week since the launch of Charlotte Veggie! I am overwhelmed by the positive response and I can already tell that all of you will be energizing and evolving this site. I thank you dearly. I also want to give an enormous shout-out to my Creative Team in this post. These people were instrumental [...]
September 24, 2015
If you've been to Trader Joe's lately, you have seen that they are all about everything pumpkin under the sun! Incorporating the above 3 ingredients, I made the most amazing pumpkinlicious treat. Modifying a recipe I found, I created these moist, fluffy, decadent, but healthier homemade cupcakes. I omitted the chocolate chips, cut the sugar in [...]