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THAT’S HOT: HOW TO HEAT UP YOUR JUS JUS PRODUCTS

Diana Delgado January 22, 2017 0 comments

"THAT'S HOT"

Our delivery programs are designed to do many things flood your body with plant-based nutrients, fight signs of aging inside and out, deeply hydrate your cells for beautiful skin…we could go on and on. But it’s also designed to take the guesswork out of eating clean and make feeling your best as easy, delicious, and fun as possible. 

Except for our soups, all our products are raw and must be consumed cold to avoid losing those precious minerals however, sometimes your soul craves a hot meal - we get it. Whether the weather outside is frightful, or you're the kinda gal who loves ending her day with a warm bowl of creamy whole foods, sometimes the heart wants what the heart wants - and we'll be the first to tell you to listen to that wise epicenter of love. 

Good news is, many JUS JUS products can be heated up in their entirety, or have components that can be heated for maximum, body, soul, and heart enjoyment! Dreams do come true!

A few of our tips:

  • Soups: A good rule of thumb is that cooked food will be extra-tasty heated up. Think of a creamy bowl of your JUS JUS soup curled up in your hand while watching your fave Netflix show.
Transfer soup to saucepan and warm gently over medium-low heat until preferred temperature is reached. 
  • Salads + greens in general: Did you know you can heat your greens? (Life. Changer.) You can turn almost any of your JUS JUS SALAD BOWLS into warm stir-frys! However, an all-raw salad, like the GO CLEAN, is pretty much perfection straight out of the fridge.

Warm a skillet over medium heat. Add your greens and salad toppings, along with about half of the included dressing/sauce. Cook until greens are wilted and other components are warm, 3–5 minutes. Serve with remaining dressing if desired.

  • Nut Milks + Chia Pots: All our nut milks & chia puddings are raw and untreated. While they must always be kept refrigerated in temps between 4°-7°, you can drink them warm. 

Mix your nut milk with a warm tea or coffee and make a steamy latte. Or pour your chia pot in a small saucepan and make a hot bowl of porridge on those cold winter mornings! 

  • Ginger + Elixir Shots: Our elixirs are small but potently hot! Too spicy for you? Dilute with water or with a herbal tea and sip away!

You woke up with a sore throat or runny nose? Pour your elixir in a saucepan and gently heat up with an extra dose of honey and feel the goodness infuse you from within!

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