All eyes on Mother Juice
Mother Juice is located in Kendall Square, the hub for delicious and wonderful food. Quench your thirst and your fruit and veggie intake with their farm fresh, quality ingredients.
The restaurant was founded as a food truck in 2012 by Ellen Fitzgerald and Laura Baldini. Fitzgerld and and Baldini started a Kickstarter campaign to bring healthy, wholesome drinks into the Greater Boston area. $14,443 was been raised, leading the two entrepreneurs to begin their enterprise at 625 West Kendall in Cambridge, MA.
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On the menu at Mother Juice
Because Mother Juice prides itself on providing fresh, whole ingredients, the menu is constantly changing to best reflect what is in season.
You can expect to find cold-pressed and organic smoothies, orange juices, and raw vegan snacks. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.
Juices currently include delicious flavors such as: The Moju (kale, cuke, green pepper, celery, green apple, orange, ginger), Peary Godmother (pear, celery, pineapple, mint), and Hangover Cure (watermelon, tomato, lime, fennel, basil).
Delight your tastebuds with a smoothie. They range from the ultra-yummy Mango Kick (kale, lime, banana, pineapple, coconut water, dash of cayenne) to the Acai Blend (acai, raspberries, blueberries, kale, tahini, almond milk, coconut), and more.
In the morning, the venue offers breakfast bowls in the form of acai with a blend, pudding with blends (such as chia seeds), parfait, and oats.
You can also treat yourself to salads and snacks such as Mother Juice’s bangin’ Cauliflower Couscous, Zucchini Noodles, and Veggie Spring Rolls.