We are still juicing daily, so I thought I would show off another easy photo recipe. All of our juicing is done this way, just pull a good combination of fruits and vegetables out of the refrigerator. This juice had sweet yellow pepper, asian pear, green apple, strawberries, roma tomato, kiwi, cilantro, parsley, kale, cabbage, bok choy, carrot, grapes, blueberry, brocolli, blackberries, celery, ginger, brussell sprout and an orange. It was another yummy juice for lunch.
I used my Motorola Xoom to take the photo and Google Picasa to edit the photo. With Picasa I used hdr-ish, boost, shadow and text editing options.
Today we ate vegetables for dinner. I was going to say that is a first, but with Rheumatoid Autoimmune Disease I have just had a salad or nothing at all. But today it was planned to just have vegetables for dinner and it was really good. I could not imagine choosing not to eat any meat for a day, it seems so strange. I guess the meat was the heart of the artichoke. We also had sweet peppers, mushrooms and asparagus. We used a garlic and olive oil mix on them all. It was really yummy.
I took the photo with my Android Motorola Xoom and did the editing with Google Picasa. I use the HDR-ish style, some shadow and added geekgoodgirl.com on the corner.
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Yesterday I added photos of the fruits and vegetables I used for juicing as I calculated how much it cost and would make. Today I will try to give you as much details on the cost of having fresh juice.
The shopping trip for just the fruits and vegetables I used for juicing cost me $37.59. I did my shopping at Sprouts Farmers Market. To give you a better idea of what I bought, see the photo gallery from yesterday and here is a list of everything I purchased and cost. Continue reading