Juices

Almost any fruit or vegetable can be turned into juice, making it one of the healthiest things you can drink. Apples and kale, ginger and lemon, and beets and oranges are just a few of our favorite combinations. Since the green juice trend seems to have peaked, it’s a great time to embrace juices of all flavors and colors. We love this carrot-pear shrub, which is a perfectly sweet combination of fruits and veggies. Juicy pears and sweet carrots are juiced with lime, fresh ginger and superhealthy apple cider vinegar. Whether you like to drink your veggies or want to cut down on added sugar, F&W’s guide to juices has a recipe for everyone.

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Food & Wine: '90s Beverages: Where Are They Now?
'90s Beverages: Where Are They Now?
Yes, you heard correctly, Zima (like everything else from the 1990s) is making a comeback. Maybe you cracked open a bottle at the bar after taking the guy/girl you met through the video dating service to see “Reality Bites” or perhaps it’s what your parents kicked back with after a long work week to make watching ABC’s TGIF lineup tolerable. In either case, it’s one of a few beloved-in-hindsight, throwback beverages that defined the decade. While major players like Sobe and Snapple survived and thrived well beyond the end of the Clinton administration, some of our ‘90s favorites died out, even if only for moment. From green orange drink to clear cola, here’s what happened to the beverages that refreshed us before Y2K.—Adam Campbell-Schmitt

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