June 18 Reporter John Ortved has an incisive piece in the New York Times today about the city’s high-end juice bars. “Juicing is not just for breakfast anymore,” he writes. “The overpriced, toxin-cleansing, more-organic-than-thou elixir has become a fashion accessory for health-flaunting New Yorkers. Why spend $3 on coconut water when $10 buys a small bottle of kale-green goodness, cold-pressed and extracted from locally sourced vegetables?” I’m glad the class thing doesn’t apply to the “cannabis community” where everybody’s equal. —Jesse G. in NYC
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