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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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Overall, Moore has watched the juicing and blending trend expand into the mainstream.
Specialty food markets with in-store juice bars featuring industrial-type juicers report that customers often ask how to make juices at home, using juicing equipment designed for use in their own kitchens.
Guido's Fresh Marketplace's Bartelli refers customers who ask about juicing machines and tools to a gourmet shop in town (while also pointing out how convenient it is to buy juice drinks made in the store).
To cover both bases, gourmet stores and specialty food markets also offer juicing classes to show customers how to make and enjoy premium juices.
Juicing demos also attract interest in juicing tools and equipment, as well as produce used for juices.
Juicing too much can send a rush of sugar into the bloodstream, Bjork said, which spikes blood-sugar levels and is destructive to metabolism.
Skepticism aside, juicing fans continue to replace certain meals--especially breakfast--with green juice.
Juicing can be a fun acid tasty way to ramp up it and vegetable intake, as long as it's balanced in a diet that includes fiber, lean proteins and healthy fats.
* If you're juicing at home, make just enough to drink right away, as freshly squeezed juice may quickly develop harmful bacteria.
The speed at which juicing occurs generally depends upon the size of the feed chute and the motor's power.
A wide feed chute and a powerful motor can cut juicing time by up to 75 percent and for most people, is worth the extra pennies.
With its easy-to-clean, dishwasher-safe parts, it can cut normal juicing time by up to 75%.