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My Favorite Green Juice Recipe: Julia Tambor


A green juice recipe for the fashion-obsessed, from the stylish blogger behind Beauty and Some Beef.
Julia Tambor, green juice, recipe
(Photo: Julia Tambor)

Looking for a green juice that tastes delish, photographs well, and rivals your handbag as a chic accessory? You’ve got a fashionable friend in Julia Tambor.

The blogger behind Beauty and Some Beef—who’s also working on a recipe series with the ever-stylish Man Repeller (AKA Leandra Medine)—created a green juice that’s worthy of walking down the runway (or at least toting to Fashion Week shows this fall).

What’s her juice style? Tambor is accustomed to giving her recipes an edgy, downtown touch. She documents her dishes like eggplant caviar, pomegranate chicken, and sunny side up eggs with quinoa and kale, on the fire escape outside of her New York City apartment.

But like a blouse of a great fashion designer, her recipe goes with pretty much anything. Breakfast or tea, dress or pants, which is how we imagine Medine drinks hers). —Molly Gallagher

Julia Tambor
(Photo: Julia Tambor)

Green Juice for the Fashion-Obsessed
2 oranges
1 lemon
1 lime
1 pear
1 apple
1 cup spinach
1 celery stalk
1 medium-sized cucumber

Remove the peel from the citrus fruits. Juice the spinach, lemon, lime, and cucumber together. Add the celery, oranges, pear and apple. Serve over ice or on its own.

For more information, visit www.beautyandsomebeef.com

 

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