Yet another refreshing juice recipe

Eating Berkeley is back with yet another cold-pressed juice recipe that will make you feel energized and better than ever. This juice gets in your greens while also giving you the sweet, fruity boost you need to get through the day. What you’ll need: 1/4 pineapple 1/2 mango 2 apples
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Pineapple, apple, mint juice recipe

Here at Eating Berkeley, we love cold-pressed juice. But if you try to buy it in stores, it gets to be a little too pricy. One of our favorites is the pineapple apple mint juice from BluePrint. It’s about $8 a bottle, but you can make it in the comfort
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Perfect pie for Thanksgiving

No Friendsgiving meal is complete without a pie! Buying one from the store is lame, but attempting to make the pumpkin pie recipe passed down from your family just isn’t realistic. Do you even own a rolling pin? And even if you do, have you proved yourself worthy to be a
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caramel apple crisp

Caramel apple crisp bars

We at the Clog think it is pretty safe to say that the seasons of pumpkin and peppermint have officially come and gone. And as much as we loved both, we are excited to start cooking up some brand new recipes to ring in the new year and this new
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Tim Cook coming out and paving the way

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook wrote a piece for Businessweek on Oct. 30 Thursday proclaiming, “I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me.” It marks a political shift that one of the most powerful men at one of the most powerful
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Based god heard my prayers: finding hope in the Lil B app

You know the routine: wake up, wipe the sleep out of your eyes and … grab your phone. Check your notifications. Two texts — both from your mom. Ignore those for now. An email — ah, it’s from Travelocity. Never mind. Three Snapchats from your high-school buddy! These should be
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vs siri

App Showdown: Siri versus Google Now

People laughed when Apple introduced Siri with the iPhone 4S. A robotic assistant that listened to you and carried out tasks? It just sounded silly (and even evoked comparisons to Skynet at some point). But it quickly turned out that Siri was way more than just a robotic companion for
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Why does everybody have a MacBook?

Nothing typifies a Cal lecture hall more than the glimmer of those silver computers under the sweltering lights — and the ever-increasing feeling that you may be the only one in the room without one. Have you ever asked yourself why the hell everybody seems to have a MacBook? Well, we
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