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 Post subject: Smoothies & Juices
PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:43 am 
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What's your favorite smoothie and/or juice recipe?

The past few days I've been making carrot, apple, mango and ginger juice. The zing I get from the ginger is oh so good.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 10:03 am 
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Smoothies: frozen peaches, banana, kale, hemp seeds, and a touch of water.
Almond milk, cocoa powder, frozen bananas, peanut butter, spinach, hemp seeds and udo's omega oil.

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My favorite smoothie right now is kale, banana, mango, pineapple, and ginger. I love ginger in smoothies!

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Frozen berries!
Almond butter!
Oats!
Banana!
Rice milk!
Coconut oil!
Kale!
Cinnamon!
Flax!
Cayenne!

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 Post subject: Re: Smoothies & Juices
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My favourite weekday breakfast one is:

Cucumber, celery, pineapple, spinach, lime, apple and avacado, gets me completely ready for the day

And my favourite treat one is:

Pineapple, blueberries, blackberries and soya yoghurt, perfect at the weekends :-)


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Banana, frozen blueberries, hemp/chia/flax seed, pumpkin seed, homemade almond milk, a big handful of kale.


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 Post subject: Re: Smoothies & Juices
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Vladan wrote:
My favourite weekday breakfast one is:

Cucumber, celery, pineapple, spinach, lime, apple and avacado, gets me completely ready for the day

And my favourite treat one is:

Pineapple, blueberries, blackberries and soya yoghurt, perfect at the weekends :-)


Celery in a smoothie makes me nervous because it has such a distinct taste that I don't know if pineapple and lime can tame it?


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 Post subject: Re: Smoothies & Juices
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Rach*n wrote:
Banana, frozen blueberries, hemp/chia/flax seed, pumpkin seed, homemade almond milk, a big handful of kale.


Interesting. I've been wondering what would be the best way to eat chia seed so much so I started a new thread about it.


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I like a really simple soaked almonds, kale, and banana smoothie as my go-to breakfast. Maybe with a bit of spirulina added in.
For a decadent smoothie, I like soaked almonds, vanilla essence, banana, raw cacao powder, dates or agave, and possibly some chia seeds.
Apple, carrot, celery, ginger, and sometimes lemon is my favourite juice. I also like watermelon, apple, and mint. Orange, beetroot, carrot, and ginger is good too.

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 Post subject: Re: Smoothies & Juices
PostPosted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 9:32 am 
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gunk wrote:
I like a really simple soaked almonds, kale, and banana smoothie as my go-to breakfast. Maybe with a bit of spirulina added in.
For a decadent smoothie, I like soaked almonds, vanilla essence, banana, raw cacao powder, dates or agave, and possibly some chia seeds.
Apple, carrot, celery, ginger, and sometimes lemon is my favourite juice. I also like watermelon, apple, and mint. Orange, beetroot, carrot, and ginger is good too.


Ooh.. your decadent smoothie sounds really good!
I need to get over my aversion to celery and start adding it to juices.


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 Post subject: Re: Smoothies & Juices
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My favorite is pretty simple: frozen berries (whatever I have on hand), frozen peaches or mango, banana, orange juice.

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 Post subject: Re: Smoothies & Juices
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I like the simple romaine, apple, lemon juice in the morning. Makes me feel light and clean.


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This is timely. I just made a simple smoothie of persimmons and a dash of soy milk. Total yum, but that's not why I'm writing. I let the smoothie sit out a bit before I had a chance to drink it and it's now persimmon pudding! It is so thick and luscious that my spoon can stand right up in it! How did this happen? Magic?

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Smoothies:
1.Lettuce, banana, apple. Simplicity is the best!
2.Banana, raspberry, raw cacao powder, maple syrup or/and soy yoghurt (apricot, natural, whatever kind, could be coconut yoghurt too).

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 Post subject: Re: Smoothies & Juices
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Location: ontario, canada.
smoothies: 1. frozen bananas, pb, cocoa powder, soymilk, ground flax
2. raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, lemon juice
3. baby spinach, frozen banana, blueberries, cocoa powder, slivered almonds, soymilk

juice: 1. apple-ginger-lemon
2. pomegranate. i buy a bunch of pomegranates, open them up, hand-mash and strain all the seeds into a cup...takes me an hour to make one tall glass of juice and it is oh, so worth it.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:52 am 
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semiautomatic wrote:
2. pomegranate. i buy a bunch of pomegranates, open them up, hand-mash and strain all the seeds into a cup...takes me an hour to make one tall glass of juice and it is oh, so worth it.

These:
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are what they use all over Turkey, both for citrus and pomegranates. It takes two medium pomegranates and about 30 seconds to get a tall glass of fresh juice. Sweet deal.

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 Post subject: Re: Smoothies & Juices
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semiautomatic wrote:
smoothies: 1. frozen bananas, pb, cocoa powder, soymilk, ground flax
2. raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, lemon juice
3. baby spinach, frozen banana, blueberries, cocoa powder, slivered almonds, soymilk

juice: 1. apple-ginger-lemon
2. pomegranate. i buy a bunch of pomegranates, open them up, hand-mash and strain all the seeds into a cup...takes me an hour to make one tall glass of juice and it is oh, so worth it.


my local market has these huge pomegranate so pomegranate juice is a must this weekend.


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sarahcaroline wrote:
This is timely. I just made a simple smoothie of persimmons and a dash of soy milk. Total yum, but that's not why I'm writing. I let the smoothie sit out a bit before I had a chance to drink it and it's now persimmon pudding! It is so thick and luscious that my spoon can stand right up in it! How did this happen? Magic?


oh really?
i actually added a persimmon to my smoothie (carrots, apples, persimmon, kale and banana) today. i wonder what made your smoothie congeal to a pudding too!


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