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Purple Passion Smoothie

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1 cup filtered water1 cup frozen wild blueberries3/4 cup pineapple, fresh or frozen3/4 cup mango, fresh or frozen1 medium banana1 large handful fresh spinach1 tsp Vimergy spirulina Add all ingredients to a blender.Blend until smoothie. Tip: If smoothies make you too cold, try leaving the frozen fruit out on the counter to…(Read More)

Watermelon Cooler

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5 cups watermelon1 cup strawberries ((fresh or frozen))10-20 mint leaves1-2 slices lime ((for garnish)) Add all ingredients to blender and blend until smooth.Serve as is or strain for a thinner beverage.Serve over ice if your strawberries are fresh…(Read More)

Tapenade1 cup sun dried tomatoes, packed ((Not in oil))1/4 cup dried olives ((Not in oil or vinegar. See link below for recommended brand.))1/8 cup lemon juice1/2 cup filtered water1-2 cloves garlicA few sprigs fresh parsleyAppetizer4 large Russett potatoes, thinly sliced length-wise2 cups fresh spinach1 cup mango salsa ((see…(Read More)

Lemon Balm Popsicles

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Lemon Balm Popsicles 6 Tbsp loose leaf lemon balm or 3 teabags2 1/2 cups filtered water4 Tbsp raw honey2 Tbsp frozen wild blueberries per popsicle1 Tbsp lemon juice ((optional)) Boil the water.Add tea and allow to steep for 10 minutes for a strong brew.Add honey and stir until dissolved.Add tea mixture…(Read More)

2 cups pineapple ((fresh or frozen))1 cup kale, packed1 cup spinach, packed1 handful cilantro1 cup orange juice ((preferably fresh))1/2 cup water1 inch ginger Add all ingredients to blender.Blend until smooth. This recipe makes about a 32oz smoothie. It’s so refreshing and energizing. The ginger has a nice warming effect. It…(Read More)

Black Bean Hummus

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  OMG this humus is so good. It rarely lasts more than a day in my house. It’s creamy and delightful as a dip, spread, or salad topping! Omit the avocado to make a fat free version. 2 1/2 cups black beans, cooked from dry or canned1 tsp liquid (from the beans)1…(Read More)

  Raw Turnip Apple Salad Crispy and refreshing, great for topping over salad greens or as is on it’s own. 6 small white turnips, sliced1 medium red apple, sliced1/4 lemon, juice of2 Tbsp fresh basil1/2 tsp olive oil ((optional))1/8 tsp sea salt Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix…(Read More)

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