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Your Complete Guide to Juicing in L.A.

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We've been doing a lot of juicing coverage here at LAist HQ as of late. We shared our wisdom with the folks over at the KTLA Morning News this morning, giving them the rundown on everything from detox cleanses to whole fruit juicing with a Vitamix to how to DIY with a CSA that caters to juicers. (You can watch the segment below.)

To further simplify things, we decided to bundle our coverage into one neat little package. Below you'll find the establishments mentioned in our segment, as well as our other juicing coverage.

The 5 Things You'll Fantasize About the Most on a Juice Cleanse

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The Best Juice Bars in Los Angeles

Clover Juice Bar Expanding Throughout L.A.

L.A. Gets It's Own Juice Vending Machine

7 Great Juice Bars with Whole Fruit Juices and Smoothies

Here are the resources we mentioned in the segment:

Pressed Juicery

Clover Juice

FarmBoxLA juicing CSA

Vitamix whole fruit juicer and blender

Breville DIY juicer for the home

Watch: "Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead" film

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And of course, remember these two tips to keep your juicing regimen affordable and attainable: Keep an eye out for small jugerias and farm stands like Tacos el Zorro and Farm Boy for fresh juice on the cheap, and invest in a juicer to cut down on the costs. It's a wise investment, and an efficient way to get the maximum amount of local, organic produce into your system.

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