Closed: Win an Omega 8006 Juicer!

by Kelli & Brad

omega 8006 juicerOh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy!! It’s our most exciting promotion and giveaway of the year!! We’re giving away a brand new Omega 8006 Juicer!

We’ve been waiting to tell you all about this giveaway for months and it’s finally here.

You’ve heard about the benefits of juicing. Maybe you’ve looked around and juicers and found that the high quality ones are expensive. Well guess what…you can win one here. Yeah, seriously.

We’ve partnered with Omega Juicers, makers of an incredible line of top-notch machines. During November we’re going to feature various chefs, nutritionists, and gurus who are going to share recipes that you can make with this juicer. Cause guess what, it does more than juice. Check out a few examples of what the Omega 8006 can do here.

For the last several months we’ve been experimenting the Omega 8006 Juicer Nutrition Center making juices of course, but also nut butters, flours, frozen sorbets, and more. And come November 30, we’re going to giveaway an Omega 8006 Juicer to one incredibly lucky winner.

So be sure to watch for our emails this month cause it’s going to be fun.

Excited? You should be. 🙂

You can enter below using any number of methods. Want to really up your odds of winning? Submit a photo or a recipe for a juice or nut butter or anything else this bad boy can do and get 25 contest entries! Upload your recipes to the comment section, and upload your photos below. Cool? Oh yeah.

(Upload photos in the box below and submit recipes in the comment section. Once you do that, be sure to enter your information in the actual raffle application below. Just select the option you did and enter your info.)



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Theressa Cooper November 1, 2012

I will take 10 entries please haha !!! 🙂 Here is my recipe

Apple Green Grape –

3 Granny Smith apples, quartered and cored
1 Cup seedless green grapes
1 Thin wedge lemon, peeled

Using electric juice extractor, press apples, grapes and lemon. Whisk to combine

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Brad November 1, 2012

Thanks Theressa, that’s awesome! Be sure to enter your info in the actual raffle application too so your name is in the bowl. And guess what, we upped recipes to 25 entries instead of 10. So be sure your add your info to the raffle and your name will be in there 25 times!

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Erik November 1, 2012

Best juice!!

Ginger
Garlic
Spinach
Kale
Apple
Carrot

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Brad November 1, 2012

Rock on, thanks Erik. How much of each do you normally use? If you’re like us, we mostly go by feel and rough-guess ratios. But a close idea of your normal amounts would be great.

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Erik November 28, 2012

I honestly go with the flow but I’d say two cloves of garlic, two inches of ginger, a LOT of spinach and kale, two apples and two carrots!

I would love 25 entries. How will you let us know? Thank you so much!

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Brad November 28, 2012

Thanks Eric! Make sure you enter your name using the little raffle box above. We’ll be drawing the winner on Saturday morning. The winner will receive an email and will be announced on our site as well. Good luck!

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Sandy November 1, 2012

Pearugula juice cocktail

*2 good size pears(d’anjou are tasty)
*1/2-1 whole cucumber
*1 medium apple (I like gala’s)
*About 4 or so handfuls of arugula
*About 4 handfuls of spinach

Juice up and enjoy. Arugula brings a nice peppery bite, and the pear sweetens and smooths it out.

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Rust November 1, 2012

tomato juice, orange juice concentrate, carrot juice, celery salt, lemon zest

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Brad November 2, 2012

Thanks Rust. Do you have some rough proportions of what you normally put in?

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Christi November 1, 2012

This would be sweet! My twins are almost 8 months and this would be so awesome to have for them and their meals!

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Brad November 2, 2012

Congratulations on the the new arrivals, how fun! And yes, this juicer would be awesome for making healthy baby food. Good luck!

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Kristin Warburton November 2, 2012

The red racer

1 Cup raspberries

1 Cup Strawberries

2 Oranges

2 Apples

Using electric juice extractor, press all ingredients in the juicer. Whisk to combine.

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Kristin Warburton November 3, 2012

My husband and I would love to get into juicing. Especially where we get a bountiful basket every week, it would be good to use our produce in a different way.
Here is a recipe I would like to try:
Fresh Tropical Fruit Juice
1 Kiwi – Peeled
6 Strawberries – Medium
1 Orange or 2 Clementines – Peeled
1/2 Mango – Peeled and Sliced
1 cup Pineapple Chunks – Fresh
1/2 cup Coconut Water – Fresh or Canned

Instructions

Prepare fruit and process in a juice extractor. Stir in the coconut water. Drink and enjoy!

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Brad November 3, 2012

Thanks Kristin! Are you guys part of a CSA? It can tricky to know what to do with all that produce every week right? 🙂 Juicing is a great way to do it, and your recipe would be a perfect one for a morning shot of energy! And beyond just using up produce, juicing literally has the potential to change lives. Seriously. It’s that good for us.

Thanks again for sharing, and good luck!

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Heather Hayes Panjon November 3, 2012

Golden Smoothie
Ingredients
2 kiwi fruit
1 banana
1/2 cup orange juice
1/2 cup frozen mango chunks (or other frozen fruit chunks)

Peel and slice the kiwi fruit, and blend. Add banana, orange juice and frozen fruit.

Blend until smooth

Pour over ice cubes in two long glasses.

Serves 2

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Heather Hayes Panjon November 4, 2012

ABCs Juice
1 Asian pear
1 apple
1 beet
1 carrot
1/2 cup cabbage
3 handfuls chard (about 11/2 cups)
Serve Over Ice Or Chill Before Enjoying

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Kristin Warburton November 4, 2012

The Subtle Strawberry

– 1/3 cup of strawberries
– 1 cup of blueberries
– 1 apple

Wash all the ingredients well, top the strawberries and juice.

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Jared Warburton November 4, 2012

I would love to win and be able to try all these recipes.
Kiwi and Pear Bear
– 2 kiwis
– 2 pears

Peel kiwis and remove pear stems and juice.

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Lucy Dickinson November 5, 2012

Yummy Ginger Carrot Kale Juice

7 Organic Carrots
1 Thumb Tip Organic Peeled Ginger
1/2 Organic Lemon
1/4 C. Organic Kale

Juice it up, drink within 5 minutes of preparation and enjoy!

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Brad November 5, 2012

Thanks Lucy. That’s a perfect juice for a shot of intense nutrition. Thanks for sharing!

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Jared Warburton November 5, 2012

The Green Machine

3 stalks celery
2 cups spinach
2 cucumbers
1 green apple
1/2 cup of green grapes

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Brad November 5, 2012

Thanks Jared! Keep ’em coming. Your strategy may just pull it off!

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Heather Hayes Panjon November 5, 2012

Sunshine Mango Juice

1 mango, pitted
2 oranges, peeled
1/2 papaya, seeded
1/4 pineapple (with or without skin)
1 banana, peeled (optional)

Juice And Enjoy !:)

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Lucy Dickinson November 6, 2012

Apricot Lemon Cran-Strawberry Juice
(aka Liberation Juice)

2 Organic Apricots
1 Organic Lemon, partially peeled
1 Small Handful (1/4 c. or less) Organic Fresh Cranberries
6 Large Fresh Organic Strawberries

Juice up and enjoy for a sweet refreshing feeling!!

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Kristin Warburton November 7, 2012

Melon Medley
– 1/2 watermelon
– 1/2 honeydew
– 1/2 cantaloupe

Remove rinds and seeds (except for watermelon seeds) and juice.

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Jared Warburton November 7, 2012

This one would be a good one for me to try.

Kidney Cleanse
– 2 apples
– 3 and 1/2 watermelon pieces with rind

Cut the apples into narrow wedges and juice with the watermelon pieces.

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Megan November 7, 2012

I don’t have a juicer, but I’d LOVE to try so many different recipes – with the main goal of tricking my kids into drinking their veggies. 😀

Here’s an awesome recipe:

“Vegetable Fruit Juice”

2 gala apples
2 large carrots
1 orange
3-4 large kale leaves
1 cup blackberries

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Heather Hayes Panjon November 7, 2012

Apple Mint
Ingredients
4 crisp apples Cut
sprig fresh mint
sprig parsley
Juice And Enjoy

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Megan November 8, 2012

Peanut Butter

1 lb of roasted organic peanuts
2 Tbsp of peanut oil
1 Tbsp of honey

Grind and enjoy!

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heather hayes panjon November 8, 2012

Rejuvenator

handful of parsley
3 carrots
2 celery stalks
2 cloves of garlic
Juice And Enjoy

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Megan November 9, 2012

Mean Green

I’ve seen many iterations of this floating around lately –

1/2 pear
1/2 green apple
handful spinach
handful parsley
2 celery stalks
1/2 cucumber
small piece ginger
slice of papaya

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Heather Hayes Panjon November 9, 2012

Blackberry-Kiwi Juice
1/4 large pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into cubes
1 cup blackberries
1 kiwifruit
1 pear
30 mint leaves
Juice Enjoy !

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Heather Hayes Panjon November 10, 2012

Beet-Orange Juice
2 navel oranges
3 red beets
Juice And Enjoy

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Heather Hayes Panjon November 10, 2012

Beet-Orange Juice
2 navel oranges
3 red beets
Juice And Enjoy !:)

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Megan November 10, 2012

Hail to Kale!

3 leaves of green kale
2 apples, seeded
2 slices of Watermelon
¼ lemon, peeled

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Paul L November 10, 2012

1 cup blended oats (blend them well before the rest to get smoother texture)
Half a liter of skimmed milk
Juice from 2 lemons
Juice from 2 orange (unfiltered)
3 green apples
2 scoops of whey (strawberry or vanilla works great)

Makes 1.5 liters or about 2 shakes.

I have a different shake for workout days with more protein for body-building types if there’s interest.

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Megan November 11, 2012

Celery-Apple-Kiwi w/ Ginger Juice

1 large celery stalk
2 apples
1 kiwifruit
1/3 cup parsley
1 tablespoon ginger
½ lime

from Omega!

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Heather Hayes Panjon November 11, 2012

Pineapple Green Juice
1/4 large pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into cubes
6 kale leaves
2 cups spinach
1/2 cucumber
4 celery stalks
1 (1-inch) piece of ginger

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Lucy Dickinson November 12, 2012

Kick-It Carrot Ginger Cilantro

6 Large Organic Carrots, topped
1 t Fresh Organic Ginger Root
1/2 c. Organic Cilantro
1/2 Organic Lemon, mostly peeled

Juice up and enjoy!
A great, delicious, immune-enhancing start to the day!

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Lucy Dickinson November 12, 2012

PS Question: I have read some juicing info that discourages combining fruits and vegetables in the same juice creation. I generally adhere to that except with the addition of lemon to some of my carrot based juices. Any thoughts?

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Kristin Warburton November 12, 2012

Tropical Fruit Juice

This recipe has plenty of beta-carotene which the body converts into vitamin A, the essential ingredient to healthy hair, clear eyes, and healthy skin. Remove all the peel and seeds before putting the orange, pineapple, watermelon, and mango into the juicer.

1 Orange
1/2 Mango
1 Slice of Fresh Pineapple
1 Slice of Watermelon
5 Strawberries

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Megan November 12, 2012

Jump Start

1/2 papaya (peeled and seeded)

1 cup strawberries

1 guava (peeled and pitted)

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Megan November 13, 2012

Beet Treat

2 apples

1 pear

1 beet

1 kiwi

handful of blue berries

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Lucy Dickinson November 13, 2012

Grapefruit Lemon Alive!

2 organic grapefruits, peeled
2 small organic lemons, mostly peeled
1 inch organic fresh ginger root
1 organic pear, sectioned, stem removed

Juice up and enjoy!!

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Megan November 14, 2012

Minty Berry Juice
2 cups blueberries
2 kiwifruits
16 strawberries
2 cups packed mint leaves

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Jared Warburton November 15, 2012

Purple Monster

1 apple (deseeded)
1 cucumber (peeled if waxed)
Handful of red cabbage
Handful of kale

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Megan November 15, 2012

Carrot-Mango Juice

8 medium carrots
1 mango, pitted
1 large strip of orange peel
1/2 peeled navel orange

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Lucy Dickinson November 15, 2012

Carrot Ginger Green Juice

4 Lg. Organic Carrots

3 Leaves Organic Kale

1/4 Organic Zucchini

1/4 c. Organic Basil Leaves

One Thumb Tip Organic Ginger

1 pinch Organic Parsley

Juice up and Enjoy (within 10 minutes of juicing)!

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Megan November 16, 2012

Swiss Chard Juice

3-4 four leaves swiss chard

3 apples (fuji or gala are best)

1 inch chunk of fresh ginger, peeled

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Amanda Wineland November 16, 2012

Hello I like my recipe of:
Banana bread:
1/2 cup coconut oil
1 cup sugar
2 eggs beaten
3 ripe bananas mashed
2 cups flour
1 tsp big soda
1/2 tsp big pwd
1/2 tsp salt
3 Tbl coconut cream
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup shredded coconut
1/2 cup choco chips
1/2 cup nuts if desired
Beat oil and sugar together
Add eggs and mashed bananas
Beat well
Add sifted dry ingredients, coconut cream, and vanilla
Mix well and stir in remaining ingredients
Pour into greased floured loaf pans
Makes up to 3 loaves depending on size
Bake at 350 degrees for 30 min to one hour insert toothpick if exits clear you loaves are done!!!

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Jared Warburton November 19, 2012

Pineapple-Kale Juice

½ cup pineapple
4 cups chopped kale leaves (no stems)
2 large cucumbers
½ lemon, squeezed
½ cup mint
2 artichoke hearts (from can or jar)

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Kristin Warburton November 21, 2012

Orange Carrot

8 Large Fresh Cleaned Carrots
2 Large Fresh Peeled Oranges

Using electric juice extractor, press carrots and oranges. Whisk to combine.

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Rust November 23, 2012

Green Juice
1 cup blueberries
1 cup blackberries
1 apple
1 slice of ginger
handful of spinach
1 cup kale
1 beet
honey (if needed to sweeten)
crushed ice
water or raw cranberry juice (if needed for consistency)

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Kevin November 28, 2012

Carrot and lemon
5 to 6 ounces baby spinach leaves, rinsed
2 apples, halved and cored
2 medium carrots, scrubbed
2 celery sticks
1/2 large lemon
One 2-inch piece ginger, peeled
Ice

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Brad November 28, 2012

Fantastic. That’s a beautiful juice. Thanks for sharing.

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Heather Hayes Panjon November 29, 2012

Blackberry-Kiwi Juice
1/4 large pineapple, peeled, cored and cut into cubes
1 cup blackberries
1 kiwifruit
1 pear
30 mint leaves
Juice Enjoy !

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Larissa November 30, 2012

Green Gulp
Kale, green grapes, cucumber, Granny Smith apple

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Stephanie November 30, 2012

My Favorite Smoothie

*2 cups kale or spinach
*1 Medium banana (best frozen)
*1/2 cup frozen fruit(s) of choice (blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, mango)
*1/2 cup pure pumpkin
*1/2 tbsp cacao
*1 tbsp chia seeds

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Norah Shannon November 30, 2012
    This product is definitely worthy of promotion!

    Here is my recipe:

    Berry Beet Yogurt Smoothie

    1/2 cup beet juice
    1 cup frozen berries
    1/2 cup firm plain yogurt

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