Archive for the ‘Organic Juice’ Category

It’s the Little Things

Have you ever had one of those moments where someone says something that fundamentally shifts the way you were thinking?  Recently my wife Jenny reminded me of a truth.  I was telling her that I was sad not to be giving her the lavish presents this Valentine’s Day that I feel she deserves.  Without a beat, she reminded me of a few little things I had given her in the recent past and how much those had meant to her.  ...Read more

Testimonials

"I am feeling more soulful/spiritual.  I am more in touch with my emotions.  I have more joy in my life in general, and more love and compassion for people."

Greg S. – Seattle, WA
Fresh Organic Juice & Tea Bar Opening

Our Fresh Organic Juice & Tea Bar Now Open M-Sa 9 - 1 pm; Tu & Th 9 am - 6 pm ii i Saturday, April 16th from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm It won't be a party without YOU! So bring your friends and family and join us for: 2 for 1 drink specials on all our Fresh Organic Juices and Amazing Rishi Teas - That means bring a friend or 7. Yummy treats from West End Bakery Nia Class at 10:15 am led by Jenny Lumb Live Music from

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Let the Juicing Begin

The juicing has begun!  In contrast to the ease with which we decided on Rishi Tea for our supplier and focused in on which varietals and botanicals to feature on our menu, the road to our first juice had many twists and turns.  After much online research and many trips to juice bars in Seattle, New Hampshire, and everywhere in between, we zeroed in on the industry favorite juicer, the Nutrifaster N450.  With an equal eye on our budget and the mantra "Reduce, Reuse, ...

Locally Sourced Goodness

One of the qualities of Asheville that so clearly captured our hearts is the abundant availability of local, organic produce; humanely-raised meats; and creative, artisan foods.  The multitude of farmer's and tailgate markets and restaurants that locally source their ingredients is totally inspiring.  It is so easy to eat well here, and we value eating well as vitally important to the quality of our life. So it was fortuitous that the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) Family Farm Tour was one of the first activities to get us out into the community.  We signed up as volunteers which ...