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Good Morning Juicers

Over the weekend I made that all-to-familiar trip to the Farmers Market and stocked up on juiceables, minus a watermelon (which rang up as $9.80 @ .50 a pound!).  The whole cart cost me about $22.50 and included everything from Apples to Zucchini.  I am lucky to live in a place where this market is permanent and open year-round, and it saves me so much over the Supermarket (except for that watermelon that I got for $5.99) and 3x for Whole Foods.

I am rebooting. Again.

I found myself craving my morning and lunch juice rituals, so I jumped in again. Tis the season!  Juicing/Vegging when all the the produce is in season? Good for body and wallet! For breakfast, the lovely shade of pink helps pick me up on this Monday morning; lunch looks like liquid chlorophyll kale-zucchini-apple-ginger-lemon. Dinner will be salad, grilled veggies, we'll see.

In other news, I just took out all my summer clothes from last year and am glad my shorts all fit. I thought for sure that the winter baking season completely corrupted me. They are snug though, but give me a few weeks and I am back in the game!

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