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Whether it’s your first Reboot, or your fourteenth, or you just want to eat healthy and feel energized, The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook is full of inspiration. Use the recipes in this book as a substitute for recipes in Joe’s Reboot plans. Or these are just great recipes to have on hand to combine with your favorite healthy grains or meat, or to enjoy on their own! Whether it’s your first Reboot, or your fourteenth, or you just want to eat healthy and feel energized, The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook is full of inspiration. Use the recipes in this book as a substitute for recipes in Joe’s Reboot plans. Or these are just great recipes to have on hand to combine with your favorite healthy grains or meat, or to enjoy on their own! “Before I started juicing, I was overweight and taking medication to treat an autoimmune disease. By drinking only fresh vegetable and fruit juices while making my film, Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, I lost the weight, got of the medication and began to feel better than ever! To keep healthy and happy today, I drink lots of juice and eat a balanced diet centered around fruits and vegetables. My recipes will help you feel great, too!” —Joe Cross


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Whether it’s your first Reboot, or your fourteenth, or you just want to eat healthy and feel energized, The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook is full of inspiration. Use the recipes in this book as a substitute for recipes in Joe’s Reboot plans. Or these are just great recipes to have on hand to combine with your favorite healthy grains or meat, or to enjoy on their own! Whether it’s your first Reboot, or your fourteenth, or you just want to eat healthy and feel energized, The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook is full of inspiration. Use the recipes in this book as a substitute for recipes in Joe’s Reboot plans. Or these are just great recipes to have on hand to combine with your favorite healthy grains or meat, or to enjoy on their own! “Before I started juicing, I was overweight and taking medication to treat an autoimmune disease. By drinking only fresh vegetable and fruit juices while making my film, Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, I lost the weight, got of the medication and began to feel better than ever! To keep healthy and happy today, I drink lots of juice and eat a balanced diet centered around fruits and vegetables. My recipes will help you feel great, too!” —Joe Cross

53 review for The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook: Juice, Smoothie, and Plant-based Recipes Inspired by the Hit Documentary Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead

  1. 5 out of 5

    Steven R. McEvoy

    I have watched both Fat Sick and Nearly Dead I and Two a number of times. I have also read most of the books that Joe Cross has written and found all of them useful and well written but this might be the best if you are not going to read them all. It packs a lot of information in to just under 200 pages. It has great resources for why to juice, how to juice, hot to cook for a family while juicing. Then it has some amazing juice recipes and also recipes for a fruit and veggie dominated diet for a I have watched both Fat Sick and Nearly Dead I and Two a number of times. I have also read most of the books that Joe Cross has written and found all of them useful and well written but this might be the best if you are not going to read them all. It packs a lot of information in to just under 200 pages. It has great resources for why to juice, how to juice, hot to cook for a family while juicing. Then it has some amazing juice recipes and also recipes for a fruit and veggie dominated diet for after your reboot. The chapters in the book are: Introduction How To Use This Book Juicing How to make a juice Tips for storing juice To peel or not to peel? Juicing produce preparation guide Substitution guide for juice ingredients Let's talk about pulp How to get the most nutritious, delicious produce Juicing, blending, what's the difference? SHOPPING AND COOKING Produce shopping Storing produce at home Washing produce Organic, local, or conventional? A-Z produce prep for cooking Reboot-friendly veggies Feeding The Family While Rebooting Rebooting For Thyroid Conditions Rebooting For Diabetes After Your Reboot The Recipes Juices Coconut Water Juices Smoothies Salads Soups Sides Mains Pulp Resources For Your Doctor It contains 53 juice recipes, 4 coconut water juices, 11 smoothies, 11 salads, 5 soups, 5 sides, 5 main courses and 7 recipes to use up some of the pulp from your juicing. Like all resources from Joe Cross and Reboot with Joe this book is an excellent addition to your health and fitness library. It is a great book and I enjoy using the recipes as jumping off points for my own creations. Note: in UK Published as: The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Recipe Book: Over 100 recipes inspired by the film 'Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead Read the review on my blog Book Reviews and More and reviews of other books by Joe Cross.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Works if you stick to it but with all these diets as soon as you return to a real food diet the weight returns very quickly ! Great for speedy results for a special event otherwise unsustainable for my lifestyle.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Johanna Sawyer

    A friend of mine lost 36 pounds from this diet so I gave it a look. I’ve never made my own juice in a juicer and honestly it feels like a big waste since it’s just water going into a glass and everything else is thrown out. I guess the compost worms will thank me. I have a thyroid condition so going into this I was able to right away start substituting. Constipation is a big thing for thyroid conditions so already three days in I feel my body try to be regular. I’m forty pounds overweight so I’m A friend of mine lost 36 pounds from this diet so I gave it a look. I’ve never made my own juice in a juicer and honestly it feels like a big waste since it’s just water going into a glass and everything else is thrown out. I guess the compost worms will thank me. I have a thyroid condition so going into this I was able to right away start substituting. Constipation is a big thing for thyroid conditions so already three days in I feel my body try to be regular. I’m forty pounds overweight so I’m not doing the reboot but adding a morning juice. I have a sensitivity to dairy and gluten and stay away from a lot of meat but the juice is tasty. My friend gained back sixty pounds after he stopped rebooting which is why I won’t go through the reboot. The author is a writer of a variety of reboot books. I suggest you read his book on what to do after the reboot. Many people regain the weight and then some. What did I like? The book was honest... he gives you a wealth of information. Recipes, how to wash your vegetables, how to juice certain vegetables...peel off or on...everything is here. It’s a clear cut method... it even gives you a few recipes of what to do with the scraps. I just bought a vitamix blender at four hundred, so buying a four hundred dollar juicer is a bit much. The lower quality juicer the less output, which is why you can get one garage sale shopping now cheaply. Would I recommend or buy? Seems like a steep price for a juice book since you can’t really get a used copy anywhere. People are ditching the juicers but not the book which seems weird. I enjoyed the book and a few of the recipes for juice so far. I tried making kale chips but burned them. I recommend getting the book fully charged which is part two to the reboot so you can keep the weight off once you lose it. It was a shock to learn that both of them regained the weight. Juicing takes time and money... some of this stuff goes out of season come winter so I’d like more on substitutes in another book. Any recommendations for juicing books, please leave a comment. Thoughts for the author? I really enjoy reading about people passionate enough to put themselves out there. The world needs more people willing to help others and this author has it in spades. I love your thoughts in the book on how everyone knows eating well benefits you but how we still don’t do it. Enjoyable book. Five stars for a reality check worth reading.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lily Tosado

    This recipe book is great! I am actually doing the Reboot right now and this book has great recipes. Today is my 13 day and I feel great.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    Review: The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook by Joe Cross Published by: Greenleaf Book GroupISBN: 9781626341371Source: NetgalleyRating: 5*Synopsis:Since releasing his documentary, Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, in 2010--which became a worldwide sensation--Joe Cross has become a tireless advocate for the power of juicing. The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet brings us his story of overcoming obesity, poor health, and bad habits and presents success stories from others whose lives he has touched.Cross--who Review: The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook by Joe Cross Published by: Greenleaf Book GroupISBN: 9781626341371Source: NetgalleyRating: 5*Synopsis:Since releasing his documentary, Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, in 2010--which became a worldwide sensation--Joe Cross has become a tireless advocate for the power of juicing. The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet brings us his story of overcoming obesity, poor health, and bad habits and presents success stories from others whose lives he has touched.Cross--who lost a hundred pounds and discontinued all his medications by following his own plan--walks the reader through his life before juicing, candidly sharing his self-defeating attitude toward food and fitness.The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook, the sequel to The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet, provides readers with more plant-powered recipes that they can use with the Reboot Juice Diet plans or any time for a healthy meal along with juicing and cooking information and inspiration.Review:This cookbook is one of the most comprehensive of its kind that I've come across. The sheer attention to detail is superb - alongside each recipe for a juice, smoothie, salad, soup or cooked meal is the nutritional breakdown and a list of medical conditions that may be helped. There are instructions on how to make a juice, including specific guidance on how to juice just about every fruit and vegetable known to man. There are also details on the best way to store juices, buying produce and how to prepare/cook it, and suitable individual fruits/vegetables to swap. The juices are colour-coded, making it effortless to substitute one for the other, and there is even a list of suggestions on how to use pulp! Joe Cross really has thought of EVERYTHING! I've been juicing for years and still managed to pick up quite a lot of information. The photos of the juices and meals are clear, giving a comprehensible idea of how the finished recipe should look; judging by my efforts, the photos are pretty true to life.   At the back of the book there are some great resources to point you in the right direction post-Reboot. Resources include a list of cookbooks by people such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Dr Joel Fuhrman. There is even some information for your doctor, together with a link to a downloadable PDF which can be printed out, should you want to give your doctor a hard copy. I think this is a really good idea, and something I've not seen in any other similar book (and I've seen quite a lot!). There is also some medical information, and a background on Joe Cross too. The resources section is a nice touch and rounds off this cookbook very nicely.   I think this would be an ideal book for those looking to get into juicing, whether to lose weight or improve their health, or both. It contains just about everything you need, from straightforward instructions on how to make a juice, to medical information, and everything in between. The recipes are yummy too! 

  6. 5 out of 5

    Chrissy

    I randomly came across FAT, SICK, AND NEARLY DEAD on a random Netflix binge -- and at the time, I knew little more about juice than what I'd find in the refrigerator of my local grocery store. But after watching (and rewatching) this outstanding documentary, I decided to give it all a shot. I bought a juicer, stocked up on product, and waited for magic to happen. What I learned is that juicers are a pain to clean -- and the price of enough produce to produce a single glass of juice is WAY more th I randomly came across FAT, SICK, AND NEARLY DEAD on a random Netflix binge -- and at the time, I knew little more about juice than what I'd find in the refrigerator of my local grocery store. But after watching (and rewatching) this outstanding documentary, I decided to give it all a shot. I bought a juicer, stocked up on product, and waited for magic to happen. What I learned is that juicers are a pain to clean -- and the price of enough produce to produce a single glass of juice is WAY more than I expected. But I do still hope, from time to time, that I'll take inspiration a step further and do some serious juicing. Until then, I suppose I'll just read about it. Early on, the author advises readers that this Juice Diet Cookbook is intended to be a supplement to his earlier boot that lays out the general Reboot Juice Diet. And I honestly haven't yet read the original book, so I'm not sure how well I can judge this cookbook on its own. I do, however, think that the documentary gives at least enough back story to make the recipes in this book feel relevant and interesting. Cross gives a decent introduction to juicing in this book, even going into detail about how to select, clean, store, and juice different produces, focusing on what fruits and veggies can provide which useful benefits, as well as which juices are best suited for a variety of different health conditions. There are more than enough juice combinations in this cookbook, although I've always approached juicing as random trial and error process with lots of taste testing along the way. But, for those who are just beginning and need a lot of guidance -- or for those who have mastered the art of throwing random things in the juicer -- THE REBOOT WITH JOE JUICE DIET COOKBOOK provides enough interesting combinations to ensure that even the expert juicer can find at least a few new and unique flavors here! Just be aware that most of these juicers will require a fairly pricey juicer. From my experience, the cheap ones just don't do the trick (unfortunately). **I did receive an electronic copy of this book from the publisher for the purposes of providing an honest review. I do, however, plan on purchasing my own physical copy, in hopes that I'll dust off my juicer and get some nutrients flowing through my veins!**

  7. 4 out of 5

    Melody

    The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook is the companion title to Joe’s first book and this released around the time of the release of Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead 2 which was jut as transparent, compelling and life saving as the first film. The cookbook has an exciting amount of recipes, many of which have symbols beside them that indicate if they are quick to make with a low amount of ingredients, a great post workout drink, especially helpful if you have a certain health condition, etc… Also befo The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet Cookbook is the companion title to Joe’s first book and this released around the time of the release of Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead 2 which was jut as transparent, compelling and life saving as the first film. The cookbook has an exciting amount of recipes, many of which have symbols beside them that indicate if they are quick to make with a low amount of ingredients, a great post workout drink, especially helpful if you have a certain health condition, etc… Also before the recipes, there’s a preparation guide for the fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices you can add to your drink, skin and pulp talk, a shopping game plan, A-Z produce prep for cooking veggies, rebooting with thyroid conditions and diabetes, the benefits of coconut water, etc… As for the recipes? It starts off with juices, then moves onto smoothies and since I’m more of a smoothie maker than juicer, this was great to see as I don’t recall having seen any smoothie recipes in the first book. Next are salads, then soups, sides, and finally, main dishes. I did try the “Fire Engine Red” which is 1 cup of pomegranate seeds (or 1/4 cup of pomegranate juice), 2 tablespoons of goji berries (yay! my new fave!), 1/2 small beet, and 1.5 cups of coconut water. I’m currently trying to figure out in what capacity do I like beets in my drinks and so when I saw this recipe, I knew I had to try it. Also, I’ve come to the realization that no matter how many times I try, I just cannot drink coconut water by itself but in smoothies/juices is wonderful. So. This was good, I just need to leave this particular recipe in the fridge longer to make it more cold. I love really cold drinks so while this was fine, I know that it could have been even more refreshing with a bit more chill to it. So, would I recommend the cookbook – even though I’ve only made one recipe from it? Yes, I would. I may have only made one recipe so far but looking at some recipes, I know I’ve made variations of some of them and have nothing but good things to say so if you get The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet, go ahead and get the Cookbook too!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lara

    This book is for those who have tried juicing and are looking for more ideas. As a follow-up to The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet: Lose Weight, Get Healthy and Feel Amazing, this book is really just about adding fruits and vegetables to your diet. The reasons to juice are not given much space here, as it's assumed that you already know that. However, there is a lot of information on preparing different types of fruits and vegetables for juicing, as well as for other types of preparations. The recipe This book is for those who have tried juicing and are looking for more ideas. As a follow-up to The Reboot with Joe Juice Diet: Lose Weight, Get Healthy and Feel Amazing, this book is really just about adding fruits and vegetables to your diet. The reasons to juice are not given much space here, as it's assumed that you already know that. However, there is a lot of information on preparing different types of fruits and vegetables for juicing, as well as for other types of preparations. The recipes address seasonality as well as benefits, such as after a workout or weight loss. There are also recipes for flavoring coconut water, which is recommended as a means to hydrate between juices during a juice fast. There are also a lot of recipes for salads, vegetarian meals, and even snacks and treats. These last are sweetened naturally with dates, figs, and other dried fruits. I made two recipes from this book, a juice and a flavored coconut water. The juice was Call for Fall (apple, strawberries, lettuce, and lemon) and was delicious. My husband really liked it too. The flavored coconut water was Strawberry on the Vine Coconut Water and it was really tasty. You could still taste the coconut, but also the strawberries. It has spinach in it, and you could only tell because of the color. My mother and I drank that one right up. Overall, if you're wanting to expand your juicing repertoire and are looking for more transition recipes (before and after a juice fast), then this book probably has a lot of good ideas for you. It even has recipes for what to do with the pulp left over from juicing so it doesn't go to waste. I received a copy for review through NetGalley.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Beyond the Pages

    I thoroughly enjoyed this supplemental book. I found it to be informative, helpful, and very detailed. The author did a great job of providing relevant material, which allowed me to add to what I learned from book one. I loved the sections that dealt with the more specific health problems. The fact that Cross discussed healthy alternatives for those who are challenged with auto-immune issues, metabolic disorders, and diabetes earns a huge plus in my book. The recipes were varied just as much as I thoroughly enjoyed this supplemental book. I found it to be informative, helpful, and very detailed. The author did a great job of providing relevant material, which allowed me to add to what I learned from book one. I loved the sections that dealt with the more specific health problems. The fact that Cross discussed healthy alternatives for those who are challenged with auto-immune issues, metabolic disorders, and diabetes earns a huge plus in my book. The recipes were varied just as much as they were colorful. Cross went all out, including juices, smoothies, soups, salads, sides, and main dishes. I loved it! Also, none of the recipes were too difficult. Another bonus about this book was the helpful guide that was associated with each recipe. I think rebooters and casual readers alike will enjoy this feature. Rating: 5/5 Recommend: Yes Bookshelf Worthy: Yes Hard copy or Digital copy: Hard copy Audience: All Extras: Extensive resources and listings A complimentary e-copy of this title was made available for review by the publisher via Net Galley in exchange for an honest critique. The words I have expressed are my own. I was neither required nor expected to give a positive review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah Crain

    Great companion book to go with the original Reboot with Joe Juice Diet book or any of his other juice books. This books briefly covers how Joe came to start juicing. Then it moves on to a refresher from the original book, discussing the proper way to juice. After this there is a wonderful vegetable guide that discusses appearance as well as prep details for a large variety of veggies. Next Cross quickly sets into laying out some fabulous sounding recipes. He covers juice recipes, smoothie recip Great companion book to go with the original Reboot with Joe Juice Diet book or any of his other juice books. This books briefly covers how Joe came to start juicing. Then it moves on to a refresher from the original book, discussing the proper way to juice. After this there is a wonderful vegetable guide that discusses appearance as well as prep details for a large variety of veggies. Next Cross quickly sets into laying out some fabulous sounding recipes. He covers juice recipes, smoothie recipes, and more. What's especially great about this book is that each recipe includes a list of ailments/diseases it is key for combating. So, if you are specifically looking for a recipe that will help PMS or even liver trouble, you'll have an idea of which recipes are most geared towards that. The layout is really pretty nice. Additionally, this book briefly touches on how people with diabetes or thyroid issues can still participate in the Reboot. I think this will be a very beneficial aspect as both seem to affect a high number people in today's world. I'd like to thank the author, publisher, and NetGalley for proving me with this review copy and opportunity. I'm looking forward to trying a number of the delicious sounding recipes.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    I really enjoyed this book . One of my favorite parts was the section of alternatives to use for all the different fruits & vegetables. My next favorite section was the detail on what each item looks like, how to prep it, use it raw and cook it. I have been juicing for about 2 years now and have been stuck in a bit of rut using my same drinks. This book gives me several different options. It is a smaller book, but I found the information very informative & useful. I received this book in exchang I really enjoyed this book . One of my favorite parts was the section of alternatives to use for all the different fruits & vegetables. My next favorite section was the detail on what each item looks like, how to prep it, use it raw and cook it. I have been juicing for about 2 years now and have been stuck in a bit of rut using my same drinks. This book gives me several different options. It is a smaller book, but I found the information very informative & useful. I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tabby Shiflett

    A good introduction to juicing with some very helpful information, especially for beginners. There's a guide on how to pick the produce, as well as how to clean and store fruits and veggies. Most of the recipes are for juicing, but the author also includes some recipes for smoothies, salads, soups, and sides/snacks. I personally tried the kale chips and it's delicious and easy. There's also some ideas on how to use any pulp left over from juicing. Nutritional value is listed for all recipes. A g A good introduction to juicing with some very helpful information, especially for beginners. There's a guide on how to pick the produce, as well as how to clean and store fruits and veggies. Most of the recipes are for juicing, but the author also includes some recipes for smoothies, salads, soups, and sides/snacks. I personally tried the kale chips and it's delicious and easy. There's also some ideas on how to use any pulp left over from juicing. Nutritional value is listed for all recipes. A good intro for anyone interested in eating healthier. Net Galley Feedback

  13. 5 out of 5

    roxi Net

    I enjoyed this simple and informative juicing book. I had bought a juicer thinking to use it often and sadly, it sat there being NOT used. I was interested in Mr. Cross' story and I thought the Juice Diet Cookbook was a great way to begin juicing. I especially liked the variety of fruits/vegetables that he uses and how to wash/store them. I'm still not sure I could juice all the time, but I can definitely understand the benefits a lot better with this book. I enjoyed this simple and informative juicing book. I had bought a juicer thinking to use it often and sadly, it sat there being NOT used. I was interested in Mr. Cross' story and I thought the Juice Diet Cookbook was a great way to begin juicing. I especially liked the variety of fruits/vegetables that he uses and how to wash/store them. I'm still not sure I could juice all the time, but I can definitely understand the benefits a lot better with this book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    This book has some good advice on how to prepare, store or make substitutions. It even informs you what adjustments need to be made if you have thyroid conditions or are diabetic. I purchased it because I found that my family did not enjoy the concoctions I put together myself but preferred when I followed recipes. There are plenty here to choose from. I also like that it has recipes for both juices and smoothies.

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