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juice

1. n. liquor; wine. Let’s go get some juice and get stewed.
2. in. to drink heavily. Both of them were really juicing.
3. n. electricity. Turn on the juice, and let’s see if it runs.
4. n. energy; power; political influence. Dave left the president’s staff because he just didn’t have the juice anymore to be useful.
5. n. orange juice futures market. (Securities markets. Usually with the.) The juice opened a little high today, but fell quickly under profit taking.
6. n. anabolic steroids. Fred used too much juice and is growing witch tits.
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The product segments analyzed in the data reports include: Orange juice Grapefruit juice Other citrus juice Apple juice Pineapple juice Grape juice Tomato juice Other single fruit or vegetable juice
The fact that juice was consumed by 60% of healthy controls may be explained in part by fluctuating virus concentration within the juice, which resulted in varying degrees of infectiousness during the 4-week period.
At the top of the pyramid is a Utah company called XanGo, which started marketing mangosteen juice mixed with nine other fruit juices in 2002.
If you don't have juice, just slice leftover citrus, such as pink grapefruit, oranges, or tangerines, into a bowl, and proceed as described above.
If your diet is low in fiber, choose fresh fruit over juice," she says.
With a 20% rise in consumption forecast by 2004, the United Kingdom market for fruit and vegetable juices represents a good export opportunity for developing countries.
In clinical trials, "it's been pretty consistent that about SO percent of the people are helped by cranberry juice," concludes Howell.
Or, for real south-of-the-border flavor, use the juice of 2 small Key limes in place of Persian lime juice.
The extracted juice is filtered and transferred to tanks where it ferments with water and natural or commercial yeast for about seven days.
Bennink of Michigan State University in East Lansing wondered whether drinking orange juice would have a beneficial effect.
By far and away the dominant juice world-wide is orange but other juices, like apple, grape, pineapple and other citrus juices, are sizable markets in themselves.
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That's why we gave no Best Bites to juices that list nutrient-poor grape or apple (or pear) as the first juice ingredient.
If you're not eating the recommended five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables daily (and the majority of Americans are not), pull out the blender and whip up some cool, irresistible smoothies or other delicious juice drinks in a jiffy.