Blend Moments: I Mustache You a Question…


But I’ll shave it for later! 🙂

Here’s a question for you: Have you ever ended up with a juice mustache after drinking freshly blended juice?

To avoid getting a juice mustache, drink your fresh juice with a straw!

Happy Blending! 🙂


4 thoughts on “Blend Moments: I Mustache You a Question…

  1. Permission for photo usage has not been given for the photo from my site, I politely ask that you remove the photo you have copied from my website and used without permission. Additionally, even though you have credited sources at the bottom of the post, they are not in an order that would direct readers to the sites from which you have used photos.

    Several of these photos feature juices made using a juicer, not a blender. While that is aside from the illegal photo usage in the post, it’s also misleading and could confuse readers.

    Thanks for removing the photo quickly.

    • Johnna,

      We apologize for not asking your permission to use your photo on our blog. I assure you, our intentions were not to steal photos – we are just a group of students that created a blog for a school project, thus we are relatively new to blogging and blogging etiquette. We will remove your photo and I appreciate you for pointing out our mistake. As for our recipes, we appreciate your opinion, but these recipes were made with a blender. Again, we apologize for any inconveniences.

      Best regards from our team.

      • Thanks for removing the photo. What a great lesson for your team of students in photo usage. Glad to help. No, not all of the recipes in the post were made with a blender. Certainly, not the one in the photo of mine you used. It was, in fact, created with a Hurom juicer. Perhaps there is a blog post in that for you, the difference in juice and smoothies and the relatively new term, whole juicing which is really just blending and not juicing at all. Technically, juice comes from a juicer with the pulp extracted. Smoothies are created in a blender, such as a Vitamix, which does not have a pulp extractor. Best of luck with your project.

      • Johnna,

        Thank you so much for understanding. We found your website (and this experience) very education, so thank you for that as well. We appreciate you suggesting new topics for our blog and hopefully, our website can turn out as interesting as yours!

        Thank you.

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