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Juicafe Juices

So my Walking Buddy introduced me to Juicafe this winter. I've been past about a million times and it's always been one of those "I must try that one day" places but I'd never got round to it before.

I love it now and have been quite a few times. I am slowly working my way through the juices (because most of them seem to be Zero Pro Points) and I think I have found a favorite! A surprisingly yummy blend of apples, carrots, ginger, and lime. It's bright orange, fresh and zingy. I like a lot of ginger in it.

They make the juice right there in front of you at the counter. It only takes moments, and it's actually quite fun watching them pop fruit and veg in the machines and watch the juice come out. They do so much more than juice, it's worth mentioning; coffee, tea, hot chocolate, smoothies, milkshakes, and food too.

So this has become part of my Weight Watchers & FitBit routine now (yes there it is, that bright green thing on my wrist, I'm still wearing it). I'm supporting local business, enjoying the company of my friends, having a tasty 0pp drink, adding to my "5-a-day", and it's all good!

Check out the web site and if you're ever in Lancaster pop in!

(Don't judge the juice by my lack of sleep, make up, or air brush skills... I don't bother with make-up for walks, hee hee!)



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