Have you tried souping yet? Well, I wish you wouldn’t. It’s threatening to ruin all that I love about the dish by reducing it into a fad diet. Can y’all not?
Martha Stewart and Seth Meyers continued their mutual love affair on late night Monday evening, joining together to do some juice cleansing for the new year, or something. I don't really know why they were making all that liquid because Martha's technique for juicing a whole cucumber was so distracting. Look at her…
At some point during the month of January, a work pal or loved one will attempt to talk you into some kind of cleanse or colonic, making pinkie-promises about how it'll "detox" your guts. Do not listen. It is pseudoscientific marketing nonsense.
If you are reading this post about soup cleanses it is either because you love cleanses and want to know about the next trendy one (hint: it's soup), or you hate cleanses and cleansers, and need more ammo against them.
Before anyone says anything about how a few days of drinking grass in a bottle is not a healthy or effective way to lose weight, I just want to lose 3 poundsssszzzss! Just kidding. No, my five days of mainlining liquid vegetables is actually a serious effort to unhitch my apple wagon from the (death) star that is…
At this point, pretty much everyone has heard that juice cleanses are kind of bad for you. So why keep doing them — unless they're a modern form of self-punishment?