Just Organic Juice Cleanse Review- Day 3

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Homemade Almond Milk with Dates, Vanilla and Cinnamon

Sorry peeps I thought I had sent this out when I ended my Just Organic Juice Cleanse. First I want you to know that this was not a sponsored post and that they didn’t give me any products for free. I just researched an organic cold pressed juice cleanse that was local and they are the only one I could find that was certified organic.

I was really pleased with the juices though. The juices were strategically planned to work with your metabolism at different points in the day.

What I’m most pleased about after a cleanse is how my skin clears up and my energy is increased 10 fold. I mean who would of though starving yourself was so rad!? Well I guess Jesus did but I doubt he did it for a glowing complexion. My abs have started to reveal themselves. They’re as slow as a sloth but I’m still going to keep on, keepin on with them. One day I will have abs that aren’t insulated.

Hands down my favorite of all the juices was the almond juice… aka almond milk. It’s called AlmonDream and it’s so good it feels naughty. Seriously. You have to try it. Either buy it from them or for the ambitious here is how to make it yourself!

*No people were hurt in the process of this cleanse and the hanger subsided.


Homemade Almond Milk with Dates, Vanilla and Cinnamon


  • 1 cup of almonds
  • 3.5 cups of water
  • 2-3 dates
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 vanilla bean
  • pinch of salt
  • nut milk bag (optional and funny sounding) or cheesecloth


  1. Place your almonds in a glass of water for at least an hour but preferably overnight. This is where you’re smooth talking and soaking will make the almonds plump and moist and much more easily digested.
  2. When your almonds have soaked for long enough, drain and rinse. Put in blender with water, dates, vanilla bean (chopped up or scraped out), cinnamon, and salt.
  3. Blend away!
  4. Place nut milk bag over a bowl. Pour nut milk into bag, squeezing what is in the big until all the milk is out. You’ll be left with a bag full of almond pulp.
  5. I use a wide mouth funnel to put the milk in a mason jar and then pop it into the fridge.



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