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The Faces of Juicing

We dropped in on two rad juice bars to chat up the locals


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Beaming on Tuesday, November 18, 2014 | 10 a.m., Del Mar

I’ve been juicing every day for two years. I don’t get sick like I used to. My boys drink smoothies every day. Once you get their taste buds into other stuff it’s hard to get them back.
—Devra and Gavin C.

 

I’m kind of lazy. So I buy most of my juices.
—Kali B.

 

[I juice] as a precaution in case I’ve slacked off somewhere. I had the sniffles today—it will knock this thing right out.
—John M.

 

It’s green but tastes like dessert.
—Kelly F.

 

I’ve been juicing a long time. In the 65 years that I’ve lived, it has served me well. When I shave, most people can’t tell that I’m 65 years old.
—Jivan M.

 

Juice Crafters on Thursday, October 23, 2014 (opening day!) | 11 a.m., Hillcrest

I don’t juice ever… but I want to start. I work at Bread & Cie across the way, so I’m going to chase this with a baguette.
—Chris W.

 

No kale. I have a sweet tooth.
—Ramon R.

 

I like watermelon and mint. I have vodka in my system. I need to balance it out.
—Sritha T.

 

I think I’m drinking strawberries. You know, I don’t even know what I just ordered. It’s refreshing… a bit chunky.
—Kenny M.

 

I order custom—mostly beets.
—Lukas V.

 
 
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