Monday, March 3, 2014

Juice Nashville

I don't eat vegetables.  I will try a bite, but that's it.  They are just not something I crave, something I like.  When someone suggested that I try green juices, I attempted... and it was nasty.  Blech.  It all tasted like PLANTS!  Ick.
So when I heard about Juice Nashville, I wrote it off.  Why would I make yet another attempt to drink veggies and waste my money?  But when I heard about the Kickstarter campaign and family at the heart of the company, I decided to give it a go.  I talked to Stephanie, the owner and founder, and asked for a recommendation, she chose their Ting and Sing juices for me.
Ting: green apple, spinach, celery, and lime
Sing: green apple, spinach, kale, and lemon

I wanted to review and mention Juice Nashville on the blog, because Ting is the first "green juice" I have ever successfully finished.  I did notice a "green" taste finish when I drank it, but it was something I actually got used to, probably because the apple flavor plays such a strong role.  I was also motivated by the smooth texture, nothing chunky, all pressed as advertised.  I felt like I was doing something good for my body, vs. the EAT ALL THE DEEP DISH PIZZA mentality I usually have about what I ingest.

Sing was very similar to Ting, but I almost thing I preferred it slightly given the lack of celery finish.  I would almost say they're interchangeable, but both definitely tart and apple-y enough to get someone like me to be interested in something so, um, green.
Will I drink more?  I could see myself drinking one of these a week, just because it makes me feel like I did something good.  I don't have to choke it down like other green juice either.  So I guess you'd say this one is a thumbs up from this anti-veggie chick!  They even have a storefront in the Gulch in case you don't want to have to track them down on the road.
Image from GulchGuru
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P.S.  Since they're cold-pressed fruits and veggies, with nothing added, I think I could technically call it zero Weight Watchers points, though I might count it as 1 or 2.

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