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==The Sims 2==
 
==The Sims 2==
The ability to make juice comes with ''The Sims 2: Seasons''. Drinking juice will fill a Sim's [[Hunger]] bar, but "over-filling" the Hunger bar while drinking juice does not appear to affect the Sim's [[Fitness (attribute)|fitness]]. Drinking juice will satisfy a [[PlantSim]]’s Water [[Motive (PlantSim)|need]]. If ''[[Open for Business]]'' is installed, a [[Servo#The Sims 2|Servo]] can drink juice and benefit from it.
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The ability to make juice comes with ''The Sims 2: Seasons''. Drinking juice will fill a [[Sim]]'s [[Hunger]] bar, but "over-filling" the Hunger bar while drinking juice does not appear to affect the Sim's [[Fitness (attribute)|fitness]]. Drinking juice will satisfy a [[PlantSim]]’s Water [[Motive (PlantSim)|need]]. If ''[[Open for Business]]'' is installed, a [[Servo#The Sims 2|Servo]] can drink juice and benefit from it.
   
 
===How to make Juice===
 
===How to make Juice===

Revision as of 22:55, September 8, 2015

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Juice is a drink featured in The Sims 2: Seasons and The Sims 3.

The Sims 2

The ability to make juice comes with The Sims 2: Seasons. Drinking juice will fill a Sim's Hunger bar, but "over-filling" the Hunger bar while drinking juice does not appear to affect the Sim's fitness. Drinking juice will satisfy a PlantSim’s Water need. If Open for Business is installed, a Servo can drink juice and benefit from it.

How to make Juice

Juices are made in The Main Squeezer 235X, which can be bought in Buy Mode for §800. It can be stocked with fruits and vegetables, and once stocked, teen, adult, and elder Sims can use it to make juices. If there is enough produce in the juicer, it is also possible to Serve Juice, which makes a six-serving tray. While children cannot make juices, they can drink from a tray that an older Sim has made. In practice, it appears that making a juice tray requires six times the amount of produce that a single glass requires. (This is contrary to what is stated in the Prima Guide for Seasons.) Juice made from Tasty or Mouthwatering produce will have special effects on Sims who drink it.

Recipes

Juices Required Fruits Effects
Apple Juice 3 apples Faster homework
Beauty Cocktail 2 oranges and 2 cucumbers Love potion
Eggplant Juice 2 eggplants Gives random skill point
Lemonade 6 lemons Cools Sim down
Orange Juice 6 oranges Cures cold
Orangeade 4 oranges and 2 lemons Gives random talent badge points, if the Sim has at least one badge. Gives 50 points if made from Tasty produce, and 100 points if made from Mouthwatering produce.
Pepper Punch 2 peppers, 1 pole bean, and 1 apple Energy boost
Pureed Boot A boot The Sim freaks out, and goes through random animations
Strawberry Juice 3 strawberries Clears furious bit
Strawberry Lemonade 2 lemons and 2 strawberries Platinum aspiration. The Sim's aspiration bar will be boosted, but not necessarily maxed.
Tomato Juice 6 tomatoes Warms Sim up
Veggie Cocktail 1 tomato, 1 cucumber, 1 pepper, and 1 pole bean Faster skill building

The Sims 3

Object bar juice

A bar with two servings of Juice. Woo!

Juice is the favored non-alcoholic drink for Sims in The Sims 3 when they hit their home bars at parties. It is a non-alcoholic beverage served in 4 glasses at a time.

Moodlets

Icon Name Effect Duration From Description Notes
Moodlet SugarRush Sugar Rush +15 mood 4 hours Juice, Nectar Filling up on sugary goodness makes everything more fun! Drinking nectar or juice from the bar, or eating donuts at some jobs. Freezes the 'Entertained' moodlet or the 'Having a Blast' moodlets until timed out.

See also

Nectar Making

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