Juice Week: The Green Refresher Print Recipe Print Recipe

You know me, I like anything that’s green.  and in mason jars

Actually, now that I think about it, my wedding color,  green.

I then had to google the color green. This is what I found.

How the color green affects us physically:

  • Soothes
  • Relaxes mentally, as well as physically
  • Helps alleviate depression, nervousness, and anxiety
  • Offers a sense of renewal, self control, and harmony


I’d say this green juice does just that.


Side note. . .  Saveur’s Best Food Blog Nominations are now open and would be incredibly honored if you’d nominate With Style and Grace for “best special diets blog”. Nominate HERE. Thank you, thank you!



Today’s 3 Tips on Juicing:

  1. Mushy fruits don’t juice well, such as bananas, avocados and berries [raspberries, etc.]
  2. Wash and cut all your fruit and veggies up, place in ziplock bag, that way the next morning you’re all set to juice
  3. To keep your juice from discoloring, add a few teaspoons of lemon juice.

You can read more about the benefit of juicing and also the difference between juicing and blending, here.

ps. These are the jars I use!

Happy juicing!



Green Refresher Juice

*requires a juicer


  • 4 romaine leaves
  • 3 sticks of celery
  • 2 green apples, cored and cut into large pieces
  • 1″ of fresh ginger
  • 3/4 – 1 whole english cucumber, cut into fourths
  • 1 lemon, quartered


Turn on the juicer.

Add ingredients, one at a time.

Pour the fresh juice into a glass and enjoy!


Fresh juice is best consumed immediately after juicing and would recommend not going more than 3 days.

Serves two


*gluten-free *vegan







Day 1: Strawberry, Apple & Lime Juice

Day 2: Carrot, Apple & Ginger Juice

Day 3: Green Refresher




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  • Nathalie

    you got an amazing blog!
    Sounds soo delicious! x

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  • http://twitter.com/perideaudesigns Bridgett

    I love green juice but was warned it will spike blood sugars because you’re breaking down the fruits. What do you think?

  • Julie Almand

    I nominated you!

  • http://www.bevcooks.com/ Bev Weidner

    SLUUUUURP. I want that. 

  • http://twitter.com/UVMSummerU UVM Summer U

    Looks delicious and so healthy! I need to buy a juicer!

  • http://channelingcontessa.com Clara

    Gorgeous photos of the juice, Lisa! Now I just need to get myself a juicer 🙂

  • Lazrennie

    So delicious! For a summer cocktail, a splash do vodka!

  • http://www.athoughtforfood.net/ Brian @ A Thought For Food

    These just keep getting better and better!  I could chug one of these after a night of drinking. 😉

  • http://twitter.com/alisonlewis Alison Lewis

    love these! I make these very similar, and my kids are completely hooked!

  • CathyB*****y

    done… voted!  am a new reader and love your posts!  wish I could find those tall mason jars you are using in these photos.. they are incredible.  

  • Kimicar24

    I have a question….with the lemon cut into quarters….do you peel it?
    Thanks so much!

  • http://www.familyfreshcooking.com/ Marla

    All of these juices are glorious!!! As are the photos and jars. Pinning now!

  • http://twitter.com/WithStyleGrace Lisa

    I just added the link to the post to the tall mason jars – best purchase I’ve made 🙂

  • http://twitter.com/WithStyleGrace Lisa

    Thank you Marla!

  • http://twitter.com/WithStyleGrace Lisa

    I’m not sure my first response went through – I don’t peel them. Saves time & still tastes great 🙂

  • http://twitter.com/WithStyleGrace Lisa

    I do 🙂

  • http://twitter.com/WithStyleGrace Lisa

    Thank you!

  • Yelena B.

    I discovered you blog a few weeks ago and I love it. I am currently reading a Crazy sexy diet by Kris Carr and was going to give juicing a try. Do you eat anything after a glass of the morning juice? What would you recommend? How many drinks of juice do you have when you’re juicing?

  • Anonymous

    I’ll do a full 12 oz juice and don’t usually eat anything right after, as it’s pretty filling. However, listen to your body and if it asks for food after your juice, then eat a little something – good news, there’s no rules 🙂 Enjoy!

  • Anonymous

    I’d say it depends on the person & the juice. If someone is diabetic or recovering from an illness, they’re more likely to see a spike. Juices with carrots and beets are more likely to cause a spike. I’m personally not bothered by it, but would just recommend each person listens to their body and drink the juice that feels best for them. Hope this helps!

  • Melisha Mirage

    This is an amazingly great recipe.
    I’ve just done 2 straight days of juicing with beets, I’m so glad to see a different coloured juice, and boy is it green.
    I didn’t have romaine lettuce, so I used kale, well 6 leaves of it (I didn’t wanna fiddle with trying to get the other 2 back in the rubber band lol)…
    And whoa did it yield a lot, it almost overflowed the collecting jug which holds just over 1.2 litres.
    Tastewise, even though dispersed among that much liquid, the lemon was too strong. I’d suggest to used 1/2-3/4 of a lemon next time.
    Thanks for the recipe.