Jackie's 4get Me Nots

No vase can overflow if you never fill it up.

I’m quite sure if you ask any raw foodist they would tell you their most cherished possession is a good blender. Green smoothies are the next best thing to mother’s milk, and anyone who is trying to eat raw food needs to know how to sustain themselves on a diet that consists of fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, and seeds.
Sure you can eat fruit in all their natural form as well as most vegetables and salad greens, but to enjoy different texture to your food and to get the most vitamins and nutrients available in a quick and easy way is by consuming them in a liquid fashion. Most green smoothies consist of green leafy vegetables, such as Kale, spinach, collard greens, swiss chard, a variety of lettuces, wheatgrass, and even dandelion greens.
Along with one or two variety of fruits including bananas, pineapple, cantaloupe, strawberries, mangos, coconut, etc. with a cup or two of water. You can always try using almond milk instead of water to give it a smoother consistency and a better taste, and almond milk is easy to make with a good blender.

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