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Keep Your Resolutions with Juice

Keep Your Resolutions with Juice
Winter Wassail Cider from Southern Pressed Juicery. Photo by Christina Oxford.

Juice cleanses and diets are all the rage in the New Year. They are an easy way to shake off the bad habits brought on with the revelry of the holidays. Cold-pressed juices are the most popular in the juice world, as the pressing process preserves more vitamins and enzymes from the fruits and vegetables than the traditional, Jack Lalanne centrifuge-style juicers. Cold-pressed juices also have a longer shelf life and are smoother and more palatable, with more juice and less foam.

Southern Pressed Juicery in Greenville, South Carolina offers cold-pressed juices to help ward off illness in the cold and flu season, as a morning pick me up, or as a full-on cleanse. Their press squeezes 5 pounds of fresh vegetables and fruit into a single bottle. The recipe for their Winter Wassail Cider combines honey, apples and carrots with fresh ginger and cayenne for a refreshing juice with a kick.

Winter Wassail Cider
From Southern Pressed Juicery in Greenville, South Carolina

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