Juicing For Health Talk in Brunei
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Sunday, 27 April 2014, we held a Juicing for Health Talk in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei. The event was organized by Raw Food Asia, sponsored and supported by various organizations.
Supa Save, the biggest grocery store in Brunei hosted the event at their restaurant, the Millennium Restaurant and had very generously sponsored the fruits and vegetables that we used for the entire event.
Pre-Talk Juice Preparation
These pictures were taken in the kitchen, when we prepared sample juices a couple hours earlier, for the audience. We were expecting a crowd of 150 and it was over that number. It was a full house!
The amount of vegetables we prepared for juicing ….
Ingredients: Green apples, cucumber, celery, spinach, fennel, lemon and ginger.
The fun begins!
Kuvings’ Chompy Charlie easily handling the load …
Chompy Charlie is as efficient as it is good-looking. Spitting out very dry pulp.
With the Master Chef of Millennium Restaurant.
End result after one hour of juicing: 12 liters of green juice. In the process, we also drank another 2 liters of glorious juice, so 14 liters altogether. Chompy Charlie rose up to the challenge of marathon juicing! Good job!
Juicing For Health Talk
Sara Ding, presenting on basic nutrition and the health benefits of juicing.
The crowd … about 160 people showed up, all enthusiastic about juicing.
Juicing demo begins.
Explaining about Kuvings Wide Mouth Slow Juicer.
Participants all wanting a taste of freshly extracted green juice.
The event was graced by the presence and support of the Ministry of Health Brunei. Awesome!
To all those who were involved and were there to lend your support, a BIG thank you for making this event a very successful one!
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