Gaga for Green Juiceby caroline
Yeah, I kinda get excited about green juice.
I have had juices from BluePrintCleanse before, but they were always a part of one of their cleanses where the juices include green juice, lemonade, cashew milk and more.
Now, let me first tell you that when I came eye-to-eye with the green juice I was about to be drinking, I was not too pleased with its general character. The greenness, the smell of ground up parsley, the greenness …
Sure, I love all of those things on their own, but sucking them back in juice form? I dunno.
But I fell in love, and found myself beginning to crave the green juice even after the juices had bid adieu and sent their expensive butts packing. I found myself yearning for a six-pack of greens, an told the juice gods that maybe, just maybe BPC would someday come out with just that — a line devoted to all green juice — and I would in turn have a wallet stuffed full of cash, ready to purchase pricey juice.
I, of course, just had to have the six-pack-o'-greens, so alas here we are … and oh, oh, oh, they were so yummy! The pack comes with five of BPC's Classic Green Juice (romaine, parsley, celery, kale, cucumber, spinach, green apple and lemon) and one of the Pineapple Wheatgrass delicious little beauties (that's the one in the photo).
BluePrint juices are vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and they cater to people who have nut allergies (some of their juices contain nuts).
The best part about these juices? They renewed my energy to break out my trusty Breville Juice Fountain Plus and start juicing once more! Which is awesome because not only will I be saving money, but I have been completely absorbed in Kris Carr's Crazy Sexy Diet which promotes — you guessed it — juicing! That's two birds!