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Raw Daily Green Smoothie


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Ingredients

2 portion(s)

  • 2 pink l ady or Fuji apples quartered (skin and core included)
  • 1 whole lime halved
  • 200-300 g leafy greens (John recommends baby spinach or butter lettuce initially for palatability)
  • Large piece of ginger root to taste
  • 1 stalk celery cut in thirds
  • 200-300 g cold water
  • 6
    2min
    Preparation 2min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place
    all ingredients except water into TM bowl and blend for 30 seconds on speed 10.



    Add
    water through hole in lid for an additional 20 seconds on speed 7-8
    until well incorporated.



    Pour
    into nut milk bag and strain before drinking. Reserve pulp for crackers or
    soups.

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  • Some frozen chopped banana

    Submitted by AndreaB on 27. April 2011 - 12:59.

    Some frozen chopped banana can also be added along with some ice to increase the sweetness for beginners to green smoothies, and the ice will help breakdown the fibre so the smoothie is less bitty and does not need to be strained.

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  • Awesome to see a green

    Submitted by Kristine on 8. January 2011 - 16:57.

    Awesome to see a green smoothie on the site! This is a fairly hard core green smoothie for a beginner though, and straining partly defeats the purpose of  green smoothie which is to retain fibre. Fibre is great for our bowel and for lowering cholesterol, and also really important for lowering the glycemic load of the fruit portion of the smoothie. This is a very fibrous smoothie as the greens, apple and celery are all high fibre, possible give it  a strain with the TM basket, however through a nut milk bag will be very messy and will add at least another 5 mins to the whole process. I have posted some of my favourite green smoothie recipes too tmrc_emoticons.)

    Kristine Miles

    www.kristinemiles.com

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