Healthy Eating Made Easy By Juju Eats
The varying flavors of salty and sour from the dressing combined with the smoky taste of the inasal work together beautifully.
Another interesting way to enjoy salad, especially when you want to just grab and go, is eating it in a pita wrap. I tried the Ay! Caramba wrap (P135) and was pleasantly surprised that the pita bread isn’t overly thick that it will overwhelm the ingredients of my salad.
Cold-pressed fresh fruit juices and beverages may be enjoyed with the salad for a deliciously healthy meal that is surprisingly very filling, as well.
Try the Lemon Soda (P105/regular), if you want to ease yourself into the whole fresh fruit juice diet first. It’s a fizzy drink, almost like your typical soda, but devoid of an obscene amount of sugar. It definitely tastes healthier, too.
The Pineapple Chia Refresher (P80) might look weird to some unfamiliar with chia seeds—those fuzzy dark brown/black things that are often mistaken as pulp bits of a citrus fruit —but they are definitely 2013’s superfood of choice for the health conscious.
Those on the Juju Cleanse diet can get their fresh juice supply at the restaurant, as well. A bonus: Bayani Brew, a Filipino iced tea brewed from lemongrass and pandan leaves with a hint of calamansi, can also be bought here.