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ALL ABOARD! S.S. Coachella Will Walk Rock On Water This December!

S.S. Coachella Jamaica Bahamas Cruise Ship Pulp December

Screw The Love Boat, we're setting sail with the S.S. Coachella!

Are you over playing in the mud with R-Patz, KStew, and all the other hipsters?

Then this ship is for you!

The people behind the Coachella music festival introduced a spin-off tour this Winter. It's a totally rocking cruise ship will be taking a bunch of lucky passengers and a few sweet bands to Jamaica and the Bahamas!

AMAZEBALLS!!

Nothing sounds more relaxing than cruising through the Caribbean while Jarvis Cocker of Pulp refills our mojitos belts out some super-sonic sweetness by the pool!

Ch-Ch-Check out the entire lineup of sweet artists (above)!!

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Margaux J. Rathbun Answers Your Questions!

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Nutritionist Margaux J. Rathbun is back to answer your questions!

This time, she's clearing things up about juicing.

Question: Hi Margaux! I have a fancy juicer that separates the liquid juice from the pulp, but some sources say that isn't good because the pulp is what holds a lot of the nutritional good stuff. Should I forget the juicer and just use a blender? Thanks in advance and great job on the site!

Answer: Thanks for your question! It's always healthiest to eat your fruits and veggies in their entirety (and in raw, organic form), but making homemade juice is a great way to create a healthy and nutritious beverage that the whole family can enjoy. Homemade juice is also a much better alternative to the pre-bottled juices sold in stores, many of which are full of sugar and other additives. Regarding your juicer separating the pulp from the liquid juice; that is pretty normal for a juicer machine. Chances are that you are still getting the majority of nutrients from the juice but do note that pulp is a good source of fiber and other vitamins and minerals. Some people absolutely hate the pulp in their juice but still like to include it in their diet for the health benefits. Here are some other things that you can do with all of that leftover pulp:

- Include it as a tasty thickening agent for soups and stews
- Use the pulp from carrots, garlic, and tomatoes in your pasta sauce
- Pulp from berries, kiwi, mangoes, and peaches can be used as toppings on different dishes (especially good on natural, vanilla ice cream if you want to splurge on a dessert)
- Mix veggie pulp with olive oil and vinegar for a creative salad dressing
- Mix the pulp with Greek yogurt and your favorite spices for a delicious party dip

And more healthy tips including some fun juice and smoothie recipes, be sure to visit Margaux's website HERE!

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Pulp Is Reuniting!

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Well, this is extremely exciting!

Despite '90s British band Pulp denying that they'd ever reunite last year, the band has reportedly agreed to perform as a group for the first time in 14 years to play Britain's Wireless Festival!

An official statement reads:

"Pulp have decided to get together and play some concerts next summer. The shows will involve all the original members of the band (Nick Banks, Jarvis Cocker, Candida Doyle, Steve Mackey, Russell Senior & Mark Webber) and they will be playing songs from all periods of their career. (Yes, that means they'll be playing your favorites)."

Oh, fuck yes!

Common People, please! But only if William Shatner makes an appearance as guest vocalist!

LOLs! We're so psyched!

Can't wait to hear you guys all together again!

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