Yes I do juice when I bother to take the time. I like to also make gaspacio type drinks ( in the blender) with tomatoes, parsely, celantro, romain, water cress, garlic, lemon juice a bit of olive oil. What you like makes it good. Explore. The Italians add a bit of toasted breadcrumb for texture and serve as a cold soup.
Let me know what you find on calcium as well.
> Why thank you Woody, glad to have been a
> help to someone.
> And also, thank you so much on all that
> calcium information, it's a project I've
> been meaning to undertake for awhile and
> tell myself every morning at breakfast. I'm
> trying to get our family off of milk, but
> need to fulfill the void left for calcium. I
> give the kids a specially formulated calcium
> vitamin, and also we have a lot of baby
> sardines and dried seaweed in our diet which
> are high in calcium. But I was looking for a
> list of what other foods contain calcium.
> From what I understand, the calcium molecule
> is very large and as you said, without
> magnesium it wouldn't even be absorbed into
> your body. Children and the elderly, esp.
> women have the greatest need for calcium,
> forming young bones and protecting against
> osterioporosis (is that how you spell it?).
> The company I get vitamins and stuff from
> has a special calcium they get from the
> coral seas in Okinawa, which they grind down
> to I believe 1/1000th the size, which makes
> it very easy for the body to absorb and make
> full use of. But it is terribly expensive
> and I couldn't afford it for a long time
> But almonds, sesame, spinach and dandelions,
> now those are something I can come across
> easy enough. Do you juice things? I am
> interested in trying this out, I have read
> some good information about it.