Hippo2Hippie, based on your level of enthusiasm you will succeed, you remind me of myself when I first discovered juicing!
I pretty much echo back the same thing that rawintexas and MysticTree say. If schedule permits I make the juices fresh and consume them shortly after. This always is the case with my breakfast juice regardless if I work that day or not, the one I make only takes me 10 minutes including clean up. As far as my lunch and dinner juices, I make them ahead of time when I work and store them in a dark insulated container.
As far as the fruit/veggie juice thing. I start with fruit and have veggie later. My basis was the same as yours, joe cross said it, and also there was an email I saw awhile back that said to not eat fruit after anything else because it will just sit on top of the other food fermenting. I'm not sure if this is true or not but once I heard it from two different sources it just became the way I did things.
I would switch things up when you first start, after you get into it (2-3 weeks) fasting is just life, and you might not need the diversity. When I reached this mark I didn't need to switch my juices up then again I'm the type of person that will watch the same movies over and over again and still love them. :^)
Here's the grocery list I have saved on my phone:
4-strawberries sm/medium containers
I try to go once a week and I always have stuff left over. My numbers are based off 3 veggie juices per day and one fruit juice per day. After the first week your stomach capacity will shrink and you may need less. You will have left have leftover celery. Also I highly recommend trying a strawberry/pear and orange juice. It's sooo good! The recipe is half a carton of strawberries, 1 orange, 1 pear.
Last edited by Juicin' in Houston; 07-31-2012 at 06:39 PM.
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