Monday, 18 May 2015

National Vegetarian week and giveaway for Optimum 600 Juicer



Monday kick starts National Vegetarian Week, its a week where people are encouraged to try and incorporate  a vegetarian diet in their meal plan be it for a day two days or the week. I have been a vegetarian all my life and I find that vegetarian diet gives me a healthy lifestyle, its good for skin, hair and nails and enables me to have healthy cholesterol levels and a healthy heart too. 

If you too want a try a diet change, this blog has many varieties of vegetarian recipes from Indian to international dishes. Why not try and have a vegetarian day, do check out the wide variety of mouth water dishes in this blog and test the benefits of a vegetarian diet.

To get some inspiration and recipe idea for vegetarian dishes around the world  check out some wonderful recipes by clicking on the links below:

Chinese Cuisine

Caribbean Cuisine
French Cuisine
Greek Cuisine
German Cuisine
Goan Cuisine
Gujarati Cuisine
Indo- Chinese Cuisine
Italian Cuisine
Kenyan Cuisine
Lebanese Cuisine
Malaysian Cuisine
Morroccan Cuisine
Mexican Cuisine
Nepalese Cuisine
Singapore Cuisine
Tunisian Cuisine

Even if you are not totally vegetarian , it is a good lifestyle change to incorporate 5 fruits and vegetables into your daily diet, whether it be cooked form, raw, in salads, smoothies or juices.

Below you can check out some a delicious recipes made in the Optimum 600 juicer. Just see how easy it is to create your own juice.

Carrot, Ginger and Plum Juice

Kale, Kiwi and Orange Juice

Plum Beetroot and Apple Juice



  
To celebrate National Vegetarian Week, Froothie have been very generous and have agreed to provide one Optimum 600 slow juicer as a prize for one lucky  simplyfood reader. So what is great about the Optimum 600 Whole Fruit Slow Juicer?

The Optimum 600 whole fruit slow juicer means no more chopping, no more clogging, just faster, better more nutritious fresh juice. Compared to a centrifugal juicer, the Optimum 600 slow juicer delivers more juice and more nutrients with the added bonus of being much quieter, too. A few features you're going to love: 

  • Large auger which perfectly crushes your fruits and vegetables for maximum output and nutrient retention
  • You can also make ice cream, nut butters, nut milks, smoothies, baby food and more
  • Large chute and internal knife will eliminate chopping and clogging, making cleaning a breeze. 
  • Juice whole apples, pears and more! 
The Optimum 600 retails for £329 but will be on sale for £249 during National Vegetarian Week. 

You can also Visit Froothie's website for product details and order yours here for a special £249.00

You can also enter a chance to win an Optimum 9200 super blender by liking and sharing this post on Facebook. 

How to Enter:


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233 comments:

  1. I wouldn't mind experimenting with a veg smoothie and blend together some sweet cherry tomatoes, red, yellow and orange peppers and courgettes! Well you never know!

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  2. I love juicing up carrots and apples together.

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  3. I love Mango, Orange and Peach.

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  4. I would put carrot, lime and spinach in mine!

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  5. I would maybe do blueberry and beetroot

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  6. With two veggies in the house a great prize

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  7. spinach, kale, blueberries, banana, orange

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  8. Pineapple and strawberry!

    Ashleigh

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  9. I would choose Raspberry and Blueberry

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  10. I would have pineapple, coconut and banana. All my favourite things!

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  11. I love to juice watermelon and apple together. absolutely delicious

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  12. Carrot, parsley and apple

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  13. kale tomato pine nuts and cucumber

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  14. Very nice prize GL everyone

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  15. something with apples as we have apple trees in the garaden

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  16. All the greens: spinach or kale, celery, parsley and green apple (Granny Smith)

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  17. Simply bananas and water - delicious.

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  18. I love beetroot, so I'd love a beetroot smoothie with raspberries

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  19. i really love raspberry so maybe raspberries and apple with carrots xx fab giveaway x

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  20. Apple and spinach, very refreshing!

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  21. I would use Kale as the veg and add banana, mango and kiwi fruit. Kale is top of the superfoods at the moment and I could use all the benefits it has to offer x

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  22. I would make a smoothie containing strawberries, banana and blueberries.x

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  23. Apple and pear is my absolute favourite combination :-)

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  24. strawberry and orange

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  25. Love the juicer. I like to make a mixture of apples, pears, carrots and whatever else I have in the fridge.

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  26. Edward Guerreiro18 May 2015 at 18:01

    Mango and banana.

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  27. Blueberries, mango, apple juice and banana

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  28. Lime, Kiwi, and Grape for starters!

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  29. Pineapple, Mango and Orange

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  30. I'd love to create a juice that was 'forest fruits' based!

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  31. I'd have apple and cranberry! It tastes lovely together!

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  32. Rasberry, apple and a dash of lime

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  33. orange, mango, carrot and celery

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  34. apple carrot and orange juice

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  35. Apple, carrot and beetroot :D

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  36. apple carrot orange and beetroot

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  37. for a fruit one i would make strawberry, kiwi and watermelon and a veg one i would make spinach, beetroot and ginger xx

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  38. Frozen banana, spinach, peanut butter, honey and almond milk.

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  39. Spinach, cucumber, green grapes, a kiwi and a frozen banana

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  40. I really want to add spinach to my smoothies, maybe with apple and advocado too?

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  41. Apple, orange, grapefruit and pear

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  42. Banana, beetroot, kale & carrot

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  43. Carrot and beetroot with a bit of spirulina

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  44. Lynsey Buchanan18 May 2015 at 20:52

    Apple & Carrot

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  45. i've never done a fruit and veg combo before!! i guess i'd play safe with carrot, orange and apple juice !

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  46. I'd like to try one with kale in it as it seems popular with everyone

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  47. Banana, kiwi and lime

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  48. I would use Strawberries and Raspberries and I might add some carrot, don't know if it would taste nice but they're all my favorites x

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  49. strawberry, blueberry and banna

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  50. stawberry, kiwi and lime with a hint of mint

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  51. Banana, Apple and Beetroot

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  52. Raspberry, blackcurrant & spinach - all from my allotment

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  53. Pear & Avocado would be nice x

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  54. Spinach, banana and strawberry!

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  55. Spinach, banana and strawberry!

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  56. strawberries, kiwi, blueberries and kale

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  57. I have got a sweet tooth so pineapple, carrot and apple

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  58. I love banana so something with that

    Kay Panayi

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  59. Apple and Raspberry

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  60. Passionfruit Mango and Apple with a dash of lime :)

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  61. Apple, grape, cucumber and mint with a dash of lime. So refreshing!

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  62. Cherry, raspberry and strawberry

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  63. I'd love to win one of these, I'd try out apple, spinach and blackberries.

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  64. Banana, mango and kiwi smoothie, yum!

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  65. Apples and raspberries - leanne w

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  66. Orange, carrot, beetroot and ginger

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  67. kale, banana, frozen raspberries and blueberries and some hemp seeds although doubt my dodgy blender will manage to grind down the hemp seeds ;-)

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  68. Strawberry Banana and Kiwi for me x

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  69. Kiwi, kale, mango and pineapple

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  70. Strawberries, green apple, and spinach :)

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  71. carrot, apple and celery

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  72. strawberry and spinach

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  73. Pineapple, raspberry, passionfruit and orange

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  74. oh i dont thinkg ive ever tried german cuisine , something i think i should change now

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  75. I would try banana, strawberry and blueberry!

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  76. Blueberry pineapple and chives - they really do work together!

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  77. Apple, celery, cucumber, ginger and lime

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  78. Apple, carrot and spinach

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  79. a simple banana and strawberry smoothie

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  80. blackberries and strawberries

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  81. I like mango and lime.

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  82. Mango, kiwi fruit, banana, sesame seeds :)

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  83. Mango, Blueberries and mint

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  84. Strawberry, cucumber and mint!

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  85. I would add pineapple, carrots, apples, spinach, cucumbers and lemon

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  86. Grapefruit and Strawberry

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  87. Kale, strawberries, lime and banana.

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  88. peaches, strawberry and elderflower

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  89. Apple, orange, strawberry, kiwi, banana and cranberry

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  90. Gooseberry, kiwi, Kale & watercress

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  91. pineapple, mango, coconut, banana and a hint of lime

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  92. apple, mango and grapefruit

    Fiona S

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  93. I'd mix carrot, sweet potato, butternut squash, orange, and mango to make a lovely orange drink.

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  94. How green is my diet?

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  95. Spinach, apple, kiwi and lime.

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  96. Kale, celery, apple and ginger

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  97. banana, raspberry, peach

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  98. Raspberry, banana, and squirt of lemon

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  99. I have heard that carrots go well with bananas. I haven't been brave enough to try it yet but I will

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  100. strawberry, mint with natural yogurt.

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  101. I would have strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, pineapple and orange juice.

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  102. mango pineapple and passion fruit its my go to smoothie when i fancy a treat

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  103. Oranges, almonds, sweet potato, apple

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  104. Amanda Gregory18 June 2015 at 13:04

    Mango and mint

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  105. Mint Coconut and banana

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  106. Strawberries, Raspberries and Cherries.

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  107. blackcurrants, whitecurrants and redcurrant

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  108. Broccoli , Carrot & Apple with a bit of Ginger to heat things up

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  109. Banana, cucumber, avocado and chia seeds

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  110. Apples, pears and blueberries

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  111. Banana, Strawberry and Coconut water

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  112. I'd like to try carrot, watermelon and apple

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