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Three Sisters Juice Bar Blends Protein and Positivity

By Alyse Greenbaum | October 23, 2020 | Food & Drink

Three Sisters Juice combines nutrition and philanthropy in support of all.

Bar.jpgThree Sisters Juice operates from within Found Kitchen.

In the heart of Evanston, a new juice and smoothie joint brings two strands of positivity into the world. Three Sisters Juice, started by restaurateur Amy Morton (Found, The Barn Steakhouse, Stolp Island Social) in recognition of and collaboration with her three daughters—Ruby, Abra and Tahlula—grounds itself in the mission of benefiting the health and wellness of its customers as well as others, with 100% of proceeds donated to The Bail Project and Black Lives Matter.

“I have wanted to do a juice bar for years,” Morton says. “When I brought up the idea, my girls jumped on it. Couple that with George Floyd and the conversations we were having about race—it was a perfect fit.” With community support and a philanthropic sentiment at its core, Three Sisters Juice, which operates from Found Kitchen, has revealed its fall menu, a compilation of simple, high-quality ingredients that leave you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and restored.

Among the offerings are two new smoothies: the pomegranate and pineapple, which aims to protect from free radicals and help fight inflammation; and the Take Me to India, an homage to the Dalai Lama made with chai, banana and fresh-pressed almond milk. In the realm of fresh-pressed juices, The Kitchen Sink and Booster Baby are introduced on the scene. The former is filled with the nutrients of beets, carrot and turnip tops, and spinach, while the Booster Baby contains pressed ginger, green apple and lemon for a tangy taste bud twist and a digestive system detox. Also on tap, find superfoods such as maca, bee protein, whey protein, flax oil and green meal with blue-green algae for an extra boost in smoothies and juices. 1631 Chicago Ave., Evanston

nathandumlaodH67nSuFkv8unsplash.jpgA sampling from the new fall menu.

Eat Up
Amy Morton shares her five tips and tricks for healthy eating and wellness.

1. “Eat green. It makes you feel great!”

2. “My favorite way to start my day is with a sit, a green shake and a stretch.”

3. “A regular sitting (meditation practice) is one of the greatest gifts you can create for yourself. Be patient with yourself and you will be amazed at what unfolds.”

4. “Get out of the habit of eating late. Regardless of what age you are, eat on the earlier side—it makes you feel better and look better.”

5. “Love your life, be grateful, see friends and take time to know your kids and your parents.”

Photography by: From top: Alan Shortall; Nathan Dumlao/Unsplash