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randibear
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really this more a yeast diet type of question but i was wondering if anybody knows of a sugar free vegetable type of drink.

i looked at v-8 and egads, it has 8 grams of sugar, so that's out.

what about those walla type drinks? i just hate eating vegetables.

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Juicers are not expensive.
A really great drink is a 1/2 fresh beet, two or three whole carrots and a couple apples.

Keep the vegies and apples in the fidge so your drink will be cold and you can adjust the drink to your liking - I like a little extra apple.

It will give you energy, it's refreshing and it's good for you!

If you invest in the "Juiceman", there is a book with recipes.

We have a place called "Juice Stop" that makes this drink. I've copied their drink blends at home.

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randibear
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can't have apples on this yeast diet -- arrghhh.

i did buy one juicer and it was horrible. wasted the fruit and had all this sludge all over the place. took it back.

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Hi Randi

The thing about Any type of juice is that
the veggies or fruit used is not very good
and has Mold in it -

The Mold will make you Very sick-

If you can get a juicer-
-- Champion --juicers are Very Good
Easy to clean- (seconds) and also produce
More juice than cheap juicers- look on Ebay-Jay-

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Hey randibear:

I have one of the older model Juiceman juicers, that I purchased several years ago in college. It was one of the best at the time for it's design, blade and speed. It does a great job separating the juice and fiber. It's been replaced by at least one new model that's even better than the last. I really enjoy mine. Carrot juice is amazing!

The only thing I don't like is cleaning the juicer. If you let it sit and stuff dries on it -it's a pain to clean. I found this out when I'd juice something before I left for classes all day. I'd juice and run out the door and leave the machine - stuff was hard to clean off that night. As long as you rinse the pieces after juicing you'll be fine.

If you are patient, you just may find a good deal on ebay. [loco] [loco]

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quote:
Originally posted by randibear:
[QB] can't have apples on this yeast diet -- arrghhh.


You can have Granny Smith apples in moderation.

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Hi randibear,

Odwalla drinks are very high in sugar content too, even higher than V-8.

Some Odwalla flavors are actually sweetened with evaporated cane juice or similar, but even the ones without sugar contain concentrated fruit juice sweeteners. They are usually 20-30 grams of sugar per serving.

They taste good, of course, but when I've had them, I pour just an ounce or two into a smoothie or something like that.

Nutmeg

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