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04 October 2016

You haven’t thought of doing this with cold-pressed juice

Hint: it’s good for more than sipping straight from the glass post workout.

The cold-pressed juice trend is now a way of life, but did you know these elixirs are good for more just than straight-up sipping? 

Hint: it’s good for more than sipping straight from the glass post workout.

Jazzed-up couscous

Put a spin on the starchy staple by soaking it in one part stock and one part cold-pressed orange, turmeric and cayenne pepper juice.

Toss with spicy chicken strips, corn, carrots and fresh coriander.

Credit: Michael le Grange

Next-level roast carrots

Poach rainbow carrots one part stock and one part cold-pressed carrot, apple, orange and ginger juice, then roast with garlic butter, honey and thyme until tender.

Credit: Dirk Pieters

Power-up cocktails

For those times when you need a vitamin C and mood boost, add a splash of gin to chillded cold-pressed apple, cucumber, spinach and celery juice. Serve in tumblers over crushed ice and garnish with cucumber ribbons.

Credit: Jan Ras

Double-delicious dressings

Shake up your salad-dressing routine with new combos such as cold-pressed beetroot, apple, orange and cucumber juice with red-wine vinegar and olive oil; or apple, ginger and lemon juice with apple cider vinegar and grapeseed oil.

Credit: Jan Ras

To learn more about cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices, visit Woolworths 

 
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