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BFMONICA Posts: 1,580
3/1/12 1:33 P

My smoothie consists of 4 cups of water, an apple, banana, orange, strawberries and kale. I have a vita mix that takes it all down to a smooth consistency. The recipe makes about 8 cups so I fill up a pitcher and drink about 8 oz. or more a day. It's delish.
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SCUBATELLY Posts: 419
2/28/12 1:04 P

I make mine with mostly spinach, about 2 hand fulls of fresh baby spinach, a banana, frozen blueberries, sometimes a few dried prunes and a little water. Can use either banana or prunes depending on the flavor I want, as they're both sweet. You can add whatever you want, it's fun to experiment.

MCNC72 Posts: 123
2/26/12 4:23 P

I think I will try some - a little batch to start! emoticon

KMEL2U Posts: 55
2/26/12 11:50 A

Thanks for the information. I need to make this for myself my magnesium is low so a spinach smoothie is just what I need. emoticon

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2/25/12 11:33 P

I'd say you could probably add it in a 3:1 or 2:1 fruit to spinach ratio. I generally use frozen baby spinach in my smoothies, it's milder and more tender than regular spinach.
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MCNC72 Posts: 123
2/25/12 10:30 P

I have seen recipes that have spinach in a smoothie - how does it taste and how much do you add, etc.???? thanks for the help

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