Sake Gumi

The girls who run the juice truck every Saturday at the Grand Army Plaza Farmers Market are really on to something. They're cute, they're fun and they're doing something great for us and the planet! Leesaw Andaloro and Deborah Smith say that with their Green Pirate juice truck, they "aim to stimulate a hip and sexy culture of conscious healthy living by creating an environment where healthy food choices and health education are easily accessible, affordable, taste delicious and are delivered with love and great music!"

Kayoko and I strolled up the bio-diesel fueled truck one Saturday and loved the girly beet infused pink lemonade. Let me tell you- it was both sexy and delicious. Rock on, juice gals!



  • Dang I wish we had more stuff like this happening in Seattle.

    Michael Natkin
    The Herbivoracious Blog

    Michael on

  • What fun! Beet lemonade is a great idea and your pictures are such fun! I love the name and intention of your blog. I look forward to reading more.

    Bri on

  • Hey This is Deborah from the Community Juice Truck! I am just seeing this blog for the first time and didn’t even know we were on it.

    Thanks so much for the love! I would like to get in touch with Erin who took these photos if possible, could somebody send me her email address?

    thank you, Happy new Year and long live Fresh squeezed Juice!


    Deborah on

  • Hi Deborah,

    I actually tried getting in touch with you a few times for an interview with you about the Truck and never heard back. I’ll try emailing you now- photographer is Erin Gleeson, a NYC-based professional food photographer.

    kayoko on

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