Win a copy of Garlic-Onion-Beet-Spinach-Mango-Carrot-Grapefruit Juice

And We have a WINNER!

Congratulations to Tofu_Mom who said:

Beets, apples and ginger. My kids LOVE this and it gives us all bright red lips – heehee!!

Thanks to everyone who entered, we really enjoyed reading all about your favourite juice combos.


Today’s give-away is from the awesome and talented and awesome Nathalie VanBalen.

Nathalie’s book Garlic-Onion-Beet-Spinach-Mango-Carrot-Grapefruit Juice is described by the authoress herself as “A silly story that raises questions about eating animals.” Nathalie is a gifted artist having designed and hand-crafted all the characters herself.  She also self-published and promoted the book. It must be all the juice she drinks that gives her so much energy!

To find out more about this book visit the website here

There’s some great turkey colouring pages over on Nathalie’s Blog for kids to colour in and enjoy and MoFo’ers will appreciate this I’m sure.

To be in with a chance of winning a copy simply leave us a comment telling us your favourite combination of fruits and vegetables to juice. We’ll pick one lucky winner at random, tomorrow at around 4pm PST.

Please note that this is limited to folks in the domestic U.S.

Please include the link to your blog OR your email address when you make a comment.

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27 Responses to Win a copy of Garlic-Onion-Beet-Spinach-Mango-Carrot-Grapefruit Juice

  1. I love apple-raspberry-pear juice. So good!

  2. Andrea says:

    My current favorite is mango, blueberry, apple juice.

  3. Carla says:

    Carrot, Apple, Pear and a tinsy bit of ginger.

  4. Laura says:

    pomegranate and blueberry

  5. Apple, carrot, kale juice! :)

  6. Kelly says:

    apple blueberry!

  7. Andrea Barbour says:

    I love just pear :)

  8. poopiebitch says:

    Carrot apple ginger! LOTS of ginger :)

  9. timberly says:

    Apple carrot. Sweet and simple.

  10. celyn says:

    carrot orange ginger. or strawberry!

  11. cadryskitchen says:

    Apple and cucumber is a really lovely combo.

  12. Natasha says:

    This book is on my Christmas list!! And apple-strawberry-kiwi for sure!

  13. Portia says:

    Blueberries, juiced oranges, and kiwi is perfect!

  14. jonimarie says:

    For a healthy energy booster: Cucumber, apple, lemon (peel and all), ginger, spinach, parsley, and celery
    For those who can’t quite stomach green juices: Banana, pomegranate, spinach, blueberry, blended Smoothie style

  15. Grasshopper = wheatgrass and apple = Yum!

  16. Beets, apples and ginger. My kids LOVE this and it gives us all bright red lips – heehee!!

  17. kspar66 says:

    My all-around fav juice is carrot-beet-lemon as of right now but I am very open-minded!

  18. The best juice for me is:carrot, apple and orange, you also put some kiwi even better

  19. I love green drinks! Green lemonade or an ol’ fashioned apple-carrot-celery-ginger are both yummy.

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  21. Lizzie says:

    Orange and apricot – oh yes!!

  22. Sarah P says:

    My favorite juice ever consisted of cucumber and apple and parsley.

  23. Chioma says:

    but I’ve found I really like to dabble
    and Sometimes I’ll add some greens
    to keep my figure looking lean
    Spinach-Kale-and Romaine leaves too
    I’ve found no matter the combo
    I just really LOVE JUICE!!

  24. kate says:

    veggies don’t belong in juice! i like pineapple mango strawberry for breakfast.

  25. VeganLinda says:

    Tomato juice with lots off veggies (and maybe spiked with vodka).

  26. Mike Schattschneid says:

    The 1929 Ruby Red patent was associated with real commercial success, which came after the discovery of a red grapefruit growing on a pink variety. Only with the introduction of the Ruby Red did the grapefruit transform into a real agricultural success.;

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