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Juicing is not actually all that incredibly great an idea -- mostly what you're getting is the carbs and some colored water -- good nutrients in that, but it's only part of what should be available. All that pulp is fiber, and all that color in the pulp is nutrition, usually being tossed out. Waste is a sin.

So dig out your gramma's old Champion Juicer from 1979
that you inherited from her estate and keep stored under the kitchen sink, and put it to use.  Or any juicer.  Or a good blender.  Just Do It.  Take, say, bags of frozen chopped spinach and Brussels sprouts and mustard greens and turnip leaves, and romaine lettuce and endives and parsley and arugula, celery and yellow carrots and half a red onion, and so on -- all the salad stuff that it's a chore to eat -- and run it through and then blend it all together again, if it's not already, juice and pulp.

You'll get a pitcher full of slow thick green goo.  Divide it into, oh, say, six cups, maybe the disposable kind if you don't care about The Planet. Put them in the freezer, and you're ready to go. Why, you've invented a vegetable drink concentrate. You're a genius. Hope you don't put Welch's out of business.

In the morning, drop a frozen block into the blender (maybe you let it soften up a bit overnight in the fridge), add lots of cold water, get something more than two glasses out if it.  Add a bit of Braggs for seasoning. Put it in a big sippy cup, to remind you to sip, not swill. Icy cold.  Have an avocado with it ... some tomatoes ... uh, eggplant?  Whatever.  Eat.  Eat good food.

Mmm, it's so good, so delicious and easy too!  Tell your friends!  Get five days or a week's worth done at a time, the equivalent of a quite unreasonably large and onerous salad, but  nothing except fantastic nutrition.  Frankly, you're a genius.

Makes literally every nutrient available, no need for cooking since the fiber is completely broken up, sipped so there's no overwhelming of the enteric enzymes -- really easy.  How else  could anybody be expected to eat chard, whatever that is, or bok choy, whatever that is.  Yuck.  Now you deserve a reward ... other than the reward of perfect nutrition.  Go get yourself a shiatsu massage. Loosen up that slab of cement you use for a back.

Be excellent.


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