Ruby Red Goodness

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I’ve been trying to find a balance between enjoying myself with food and drink and yet eating healthy and having plenty of detoxifying fruit and vegetables. Today I made a recipe from this interesting cookbook:
http://www.amazon.ca/reFresh-Contemporary-Recipes-Winning-Restaurants/dp/0470840846

Susar smoothie
serves 1
1 small beet
3 red apples
2 tbsp raspberries
ice

I used green apples instead of red since they were on sale and looked nice and hard.

There were 4 beets although this photo only shows 2.

Juice beet and apples. Crush ice in blender, add raspberries and beet and apple juice. I made about 4 servings, and we drank half with our leftover veggie soup from last night.

We loved it, but it did create a lot of clean up. Two appliances to clean instead of one. Jeff judged it the best juice we have ever made. Not sure I agree but it was very good.

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One response »

  1. it does look kinda putzy but if the clean up is easy, and i had the ingredients, i’d go for it. i love pink lady apples…do you have them there? i eat one a day…keeps the doc away you know!

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