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Juice Across America: 9 Fresh Juices Worth a Detour

Not all juices are created equal, so we decided to squeeze out the competition with the nation's freshest health-boosting concoctions.

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Ingenious Juices Across the Country

These days you can't travel more than a few miles without running into a juice bar. They're even popping up at airports across America. But not all juices are created equal. Food Network squeezes out the competition with the nation's freshest ingenious health-boosting concoctions.

 

By Silvana Nardone

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Moon Juice — Venice, Calif.

Trust owner Amanda Chantal Bacon with your juice — and your health. "What you put in your body equals your quality of life," says Bacon, who fuels her juices by blending in medicinal doses of ingredients like maca (mood enhancing), mucuna (stress relieving) and colloidal silver (immune boosting). A former chef for Suzanne Goin's Lucques, Bacon’s sure her juices are balanced too. Start with the cult favorite Goodness Greens — an alkalizing, mood-lifting kale, dandelion, parsley, spinach and celery combo. Before you go, grab her liver-detoxing Golden Milk: house-pressed unpasteurized almond milk, turmeric juice, cinnamon, cardamom and raw wildflower honey.
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Juice Core — Scottsdale, Ariz.

Who wouldn't be drawn to a juice with a name like Mother Earth? It’s the definite best-seller here made with raw, cold-pressed kale, romaine, cucumber, parsley, spinach, celery, fennel, green apple, lemon and ginger. But the real must-drink at this micro-juicery is the Desert Heat — a limited-edition cult fave with locally grown, fiber-rich, energy-boosting prickly pear, orange, Granny Smith apple, ginger, mint and cayenne.
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Juice Nashville — Nashville

The greens juice Sing (kale, apple, spinach and lemon) may be the fan fave here, but co-owner Stephanie Waring offers this advice to juice seekers: Don't be intimidated by her appropriately named concoction Hot Stuff. "Many customers are initially scared of Hot Stuff — a blend of apple, lemon and cayenne. But once they taste the icy-cold sweetness of apple with the slight heat from cayenne, they always fall in love!"
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