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Beetology Juices


What is it with the beet community? They are punsters —and apparently proud of it. We didn’t know that about them; but the evidence is all around. They unleash their wordplay before a poor journo even has a chance to wake up and free associate, let alone thumb through a thesaurus. It’s enough to drive an ink-stained wretch to sobriety.

 For solace we turn to a bottle of Beetology Beet+Cherry Juice. [more]

Bruce Cost Ginger Ale Makes Us Snaphappy

Bruce Cost ginger ales, as seen on vegetariangazette.com

Our office celebrated something or other by having a tasting of three Bruce Cost ginger ales — original, jasmine tea, and pomegranate with hibiscus. To honor the solemnity of this event, we paired all three sodas with Trader Joe's movie popcorn. Click here.

César Vega, the entrepreneur behind Cafe Integral, builds a cult following by using only Nicaraguan coffee beans, reports Sierra Tishgart of New York magazine. Click here.

Veronica Chavez compares almond milk and dairy milk in One Green Planet posting. Guess which wins and why.  Click Here

The Next Apple Cider?

Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company now offers Pumpkin Apple Spice juice. The Florida-based, family-owned firm, best known for its locally sourced, cold-pressed, small-batched, fresh bottled citrus juices, says that its new Pumpkin Apple Spice variety is poised to be “the next apple cider.” It certainly captures the seasonal vibe. Learn more.

 

6 Sips of Coffee

Javazen Coffee seen in vegetarian gazette.com

The coffee we drink and how we drink it is the result of highly individual choices — a complex, mystical process, The many roasts, native countries, blends, infusions and brewing methods offer endless opportunities for experimentation and wonder Your veteran reporter’s fallback is Medaglia d’Oro brewed with an Aeropress.

Here are a few random sips of information about coffee. [more]