Because a pitcher is too much trouble.

February 6, 2011


We’ve taken to making juice the lazy way. I like buying those room-temperature concentrates, mixing up a glass of juice on the spot, then putting the open can in the fridge. It lasts several days that way and is right handy. It’s probably crawling with some bacteria, but hey – whatever doesn’t kill you makes you a glass of juice, right?

Have I mentioned before that Lloyd likes really, really, really watered-down juice? Even when he drinks Pepsi he fills up a glass with ice water and adds a splash of Pepsi then gives the rest of the can to me. (Yay!) If I didn’t drink any juice he could make a can last for a month.

This isn't my favorite flavor.

What’s your vote: Genius? Lazy? Lazily Genius? Disgusting?

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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6 Responses to “Because a pitcher is too much trouble.”

  1. Brad Said on:

    Clever girl. That phrase always makes me think of Jurassic Park:

    Have you ever tried drinking it straight? I dare you to drink a whole can that way. Ha!


  2. Keren Said on:

    Where are you getting these cans of juice concentrate? What godforsaken land am I living in?


    • Lauren Said on:

      At our store they are by the jugs of juice. If they aren’t shipping to Alaska they’re crazy, since it weighs less than the jugs and you guys have plenty of snow to melt to dilute it. 😉


  3. Amy Said on:

    Interesting… I never thought of that 🙂


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