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New Weekly Juicing Content

Hello Goodnature Family! As you may know, one of our core values at Goodnature is to “cultivate community”. We try to do that by offering our customers awesome resources like this blog that you’re reading now, JuiceCon, and our Goodnature Juicing Facebook group. I’m super excited to announce that we have two new weekly pieces…

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Using a Separate Food Processor with a Goodnature Press (Pros and Cons)

Lately there has been some discussion on the Goodnature Juicing Facebook Group and other forums about using a separate food processor like a Sammic or Robot Coupe in addition to, or instead of the attached grinder on a Goodnature press. We have studied this extensively at Goodnature, and for a while even sold a press…

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How to Create a High Yield Juice Recipe

When formulating recipes, it’s important to keep in mind that some fruit and vegetable varieties make a lot more juice than others. On the “non-juicy” end of the scale we have sweet potato and leafy greens. On the other end we have watermelon and cucumber. Getting a high yield is not just about using juicy…

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How Virtue Juice Bar Offers On-Demand Cold-Pressed Juice

This article was updated on June 6, 2022 (originally published August 22, 2019). Offering real pressed juice on-demand has been attempted many times, but I’ve never seen a juice bar successfully pull it off until now. The issue in the past has been that the process required to do it and the equipment available had…

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Texas and Florida Surpass NY in Cold Pressed Juice

I was going over some Goodnature sales data, and discovered something interesting that I think is worth sharing. Ever since cold pressed juice started gaining popularity in the early two-thousands, California has been in the lead, followed by New York. Within the last few years, things have been shifting and New York has fallen to…

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Reishi Mushroom: Benefits, Uses, and Recipes

Reishi mushroom has been recognized as a medicinal mushroom for over 4,000 years and is considered a very powerful adaptogen. Traditionally used for longevity, reishi mushroom has been known as “The Mushroom of Immortality”. It is also commonly referred to as “The Spirit Mushroom”, for its ability to calm the mind, relax the nervous system,…

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Holy Basil: Benefits, Uses, and Recipes

For thousands of years, holy basil has been used in recipes to reduce stress, boost immunity, promote better sleep, and enhance overall health and well-being. I first discovered holy basil (also known as tulsi) at the same time I also found ashwagandha, both are ingredients in an ashwagandha tulsi tea that I tried. I discussed…

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Best Commercial Cold Press Juicers for 2022

Looking for the best juicer machine? You’ve come to the right place! In this review, we will cover the best juicers for home and the best commercial juicer machines. The Best Cold-Press Juicers for Home M-1 Cold-Press Juicer The M-1 is a true cold press and makes the highest quality and best tasting juice available.…

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Ashwagandha: Benefits, Uses, and Recipes

Ashwagandha is one of the most important and revered herbs of Ayurveda, the traditional system of medicine in India, due to its amazing health benefits. If you’re wondering what ashwagandha is good for and what it does, you’re in the right place! As we continue the World of Adaptogens Series with this article, I will…

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Chaga Mushroom: Benefits, Uses, and Recipes

King of Medicinal Mushrooms Chaga is an extraordinary functional mushroom that grows primarily on birch trees and has been used since the 12th century for its medicinal compounds. It is well known for its antimicrobial, antiviral, and antitumor activity.1,2  I’m really excited to share what I’ve discovered about this “King of Medicinal Mushrooms” with the…

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How to Get a Tax Break Buying a Commercial Juicer

How to (basically) get a 37% discount on your commercial juicer: Since 2017 in the US tax code, Section 179 allows taxpayers to deduct or “write off” the cost of certain property as an expense when the property is placed in service. Disclaimer: I’m not an accountant and this isn’t tax advice. Tax policies change…

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Introduction to Adaptogens

Welcome to the World of Adaptogens! Adaptogens. It’s a term we have been hearing a lot lately, but what does it really mean? And what does it have to do with juice and smoothies? If these are some of the questions you have (and even if they’re not), you’re in for a real treat! Join…

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