Awesome Raw Smoothie Recipes from the Raw Food World Summit

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Raw Smoothie RecipesI had so many requests to share the raw smoothie recipes that everyone sent me, I had to post them here. These are just a few of the dozens that were sent to me, so if you did send a smoothie recipe and I didn’t post it, please post it here so everyone can enjoy!

Also, if your raw smoothie is here, please send me a web address (if you have one) where I can put an active link to give you some credit!

raw food smoothie recipes

Raw Coconut Manna
A Raw Smoothie Recipe from Sarah

-Take the meat and water from one young coconut
-Fillet the jelly of a good chunk of aloe vera (approx. a 2X2 peice)
-Add a little blue manna, spirulina, e3 live, goji powder and/or goodies of your choice.
-A dash of agave nectar or sweetener if you like it sweet.

Blend!

Green VegaMix
A Raw Smoothie Recipe from Nimisha (www.evolvingappetites.com)

In VitaMix or K-Tec blender:

-1 cup of water
-3 pieces of fruit – e.g. 1 orange, 1 apple, handful of grapes (or can be 3 oranges – whatever combination of fruit you like). -pineapple, peaches, pears, kiwi, berries, whatever is in season.
-Any dark green leafy vegetable – cram as much as you like into the blende e.g. romaine lettuce, kale, swiss chard, spinach, etc. any combination thereof, or just any one of them. Just make sure you put LOTS of greens in. (Would be great if you can find wild edible greens to such as purslane, lambsquarters, etc.)
-1/2 serving of Brendan Brazier’s Vega – the berry flavor is my favorite – mixes well with any fruit.

Blend until smooth and all the greens are thoroughly broken up. Swish blender out with a bit of extra water so you don’t waste any of the good stuff. Should yield about a quart of smoothie.

I vary the fruit and greens daily so I don’t run into the “same old, same old” problem…and get a variety of nutrients.

Chocolate Banana Nut Smoothie
A Raw Smoothie Recipe From Kanti

-Nutmilk
-1/2 unfrozen banana
-More frozen fruits (peaches, or strawberries, etc. but just the one flavor that you want dominant)
-2 T. Cacoa nibs
-Strawberry/Chocolate shake is especially fantastic.
-I sweeten with dates or agave sometimes.

Blend.

Danae Butterfly’s Loamy Lingam or Levitating Lotus!
A Raw Smoothie Recipe from Aurora Butterfly

-Half aloe leaf (big one) – skinned, scoop the insides out
-1/2 c soaked gogi berries (increase to taste)
-1 young coconut w/meat and juice (preferably non irradiated and organic)
-Juice of 4 oranges
-Juice of 1/2 lemon
-Juice of 1/2 lime
-Juice of 1 pomegranate (if in season) OR 8 whole strawberries (one or the other, please)
-4 Lychee berries (if in season)
-1 cup (brewed with boiling water for 30 min) tea of rosehips, damiana, sassafras, kola nut , hibiscus, gardenia & roses, {chilled to room temp) ….The WATER used as the base of the tea is rose flower essence (made by finding a beautiful rose in your garden and putting it in a gallon jar in the sunlight for 2 hours next to the mother plant, with a rose quartz in the jar. Remember to say THANK YOU & LOVE to the plant that gives you the rose and also THANK YOU & LOVE to the water, imbibing it with the reflections of how you feel about your own lifeforce!)
-1 tbs of raw coconut oil (more or less depending on desire for fat content)
-1 tbs fresh bee pollen (or more to preference)
-1 tsp royal jelly (or more to preference)
-1tsp white hawaiian honey
-1 tsp -tbs dried noni powder or some fresh noni fruit if you happen to have it (optional to taste)
-1 vanilla bean
-1 shot of Gold Rush, (or Collodial Gold of your availability) & any available Orbitally Rearranged Monatomic Elements (just pray that it will appear in there if you have no idea what I’m talking about and it will (“Manna” factor!)
-8-13 drops of New Leaf Vanilla Creme flavored Stevia Extract (Add a little more if you make a whole gallon)
-1 drop (JUST ONE) of really high quality edible Orange Blossom essential oil & Bergamot oil ( and Rose only if you couldn’t get that rose water part down) (For REALZ … ONLY 1 DROP not like how you over-do it with the supplements friends! It’s gag city if you do more!)

BLEND ON HI for 2 sets of 108 seconds

(Add alkaline charged water OR for fizz factor, sparkling mineral water to desired consistency)

THIS PART IS THE MAJIC WEAVING SPELL AND IS ESSENIAL AND KEY TO THE TASTE AND PLEASURE OF THIS DRINK WHILE YOU MAKE THE SMOOTHIE.

You are REQUIRED to sing the below song in Hawaiian! (see bottom of email) Or sing it in English, making up a Hawaiian like tune! Your intention and gratitude make ALL the difference!

Auhea ..oe e ka ipo lei momi, la e
..Ume..ume noweo i ka pouliuli, la e

E huli mai ..oe a honi ka ihu, la e
Mai pulale na..e o nalo auane..i, la e

Lalau lima a pa..a i ka pono, la e
..O..e..o..e ka nuku i ke kapa moe holu, la e

Ua lomilomi ..ia a miko ka ..ili, la e
A nu käua a paupauaho, la e

Ha..ina ..ia mai ..ana ka puana, la e
E shh! Kaua o ala na manu, la e

Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint, strawberry slice, glass straw and large fountain glass with your name inscribed on it with the words “I ____(Kiki Pele Malani Loa) am the universe perpetually making love to itself”

CHASER: Cup of above tea, warm, with 1 tbs (or more) organic KAVA KAVA root (powdered or extracted) with 5 capsules of 5 HTP, (or Gryphonia) and 1-2 tbs of MSM… followed by poi spinning, hula hooping, hula dancing, lea making, sungazing, staring into the eyes of a lover or kissing on the beach!

THIS DRINK IS A POWERFUL APHRODESIAC AND IS DESIGNED TO BE USED FOR INENTION OF PURE LOVE AND CONNECTION TO GOD/SACRED HEART/SOURCE/JAH/ONE LOVE/TRUE SELF!

Raw Protein Power
A Raw Smoothie Recipe from Lynn

Lynn’s Note: This is the smoothie recipe (give or take) that my husband and I love right now – I have been making my own raw kefir from organically raised, grass fed cows milk, plus I make cultured raw coconut meat – it’s a real probiotic boost!

For 2 people:

-1C raw kefir
-1C young coconut milk
-1/4C cultured meat from one young coconut
-2 raw eggs
-1C frozen blueberries (or fresh chilled pineapple if you want to keep to the pina colada theme!)
-2 scoops unflavored low temp processed rice / whey protein (no added sweeteners)

Blend.

Sweet and Spicy
A Raw Smoothie Recipe from Nadia

Try adding Cayenne to your cacao smoothies. The blend of chilli with chocolate is divine!! One of my favourites is:

-1 cup coconut water
-¼ cup almonds soaked peeled
-1 tbsp cacao powder
-1/8 cup white raisins
-1 capsule cayenne
-pinch sea salt

Blend.

Lemon Ginger
A Raw Smoothie Recipe from Julie

My favorite raw smoothie is:

-1/2 bunch organic parsley
-3/4 cup blueberries (or any fruit)
-1/4 to 1/2″ ginger root, sliced thin to cut up the “hairs”
-One 1/4″ slice of lemon, seeded, but with the peel
-1/2 -3/4 cup water

Spin all in a good blender (e.g. Vitamix)

Banana Cherry and Sesame
A Raw Smoothie Recipe from Sharon

-Frozen organic cherries (1/2 cup to 1 cup – I happen to love them so I tend to add the larger amount)
-1 banana
-Liquid of your choice (I use fresh made sesame milk, from the soaked seeds – it is LOADED with calcium)
-1 or 2 teaspoons of raw cacao powder
-Raw honey or vanilla flavored agave as sweetner a little maca (if you like maca, add a teaspoon. If you are not crazy about the taste, add 1/2 teaspoon)

Blend on high in your vitamix or any blender that will smooth! Not only tasty but very healthy!!

Vanilla Nut
A Raw Smoothie Recipe from Jennifer

Jennifer’s Note: I usually use a nut mylk base without straining it in through a nut bag (I’m sometimes lazy) but you can strain it if you like.

-Nut Mylk
-1/2 cup Brazil nuts
-1/2 cup walnuts
-3-5 dates
-1 Vanilla bean stem
-3-5 cups water

(OPTIONAL)

-Maca powder
-Cacao
-Coconut oil
-Frozen (or fresh) Strawberries
-Frozen (or fresh) blueberries
-Gogi berries
-Spinach.

The Key to the smoothie is the AMAZING nut mylk which tastes great on its own and the Vanilla bean. I use these AMAZING Madagascar Vanilla beans from http://www.beanilla.com/ The nut mylk seriously tastes like a soft serve vanilla ice cream and adding the other stuff without straining it makes for a great smoothie with a creamy sort of base.

The “KG”
Kevin Gianni’s Signature Smoothie Recipe

I never measure… I just dump!

-A bunch of Frozen Fruits (Strawberry, Cherry, Blueberry, Raspberry, Blackberry, etc)
-Hemp Seed
-Cacao Powder or Nibs
-Maca
-Coconut Water or Filtered Water
-1/2 Avocado
-1/2 Cucumber
-1/2 Head of Bok Choy

Watch out! It’s all you need for the day.

Have any more? Just add them so everyone can benefit from your raw food wisdom! (If there is no comment box below, please scroll to the top of the page and click the “Leave a Comment” link :-))

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Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog RenegadeHealth.com — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.

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  1. Joyce says:

    GREEN GODDESS

    This may seem too simple to list with such fabulous smoothie combos, but for the novice, this is a great stepping off spot for a green smoothie:
    In a regular blender combine:

    1/2 cantaloupe
    1/2 bag of organic baby spinach

    Add any superfoods on hand or drink it plain.

  2. Connie says:

    Banana Island Delight
    5 very ripe bananas
    2-4 stalks celery

    Blend bananas until smooth before adding celery. Thick, creamy, delicious!

    Raw Vegan Family Favorite
    2 or 3 large, very ripe bananas
    2 or 3 large beet leaves
    large handful parsley
    1 cup water
    tray of ice

    Add all to a high powered blender and blend until smooth.

  3. ‘Mango Delight’ Smoothie!

    3 cups filtered water
    1 cup organic soy milk
    1 large fresh mango (peeled)
    1 cup frozen wild blueberries
    1 apple (peeled and cored)
    2 tsp. ground up flax seed
    2 tsp. ground up sesame seed
    1/4 cup Juice PLUS+ Complete protein/carbohydrate powder (plant based protein)

    Blend on High in Vita-Mix for 30 seconds!!
    Makes 7-8 cups (depending on the size of the fruit).
    Great source of antioxidant and soluble and insoluble fiber with low glycemic index!
    Very Smooth and tasty!
    Enjoy!
    Jim
    http://www.jimgonsoulin.com

  4. Suzy says:

    Creamy Mango Orange

    The additional of the coconut oil gives this smooth a wonderfully creamy quality.

    1 bunch spinach
    2 cups cold water
    1 mango, peeled and cut up
    1 orange, peeled, whole

    Blend well, then add

    2 TB coconut oil

    This will carry me through the whole day.

  5. Michael says:

    Kevin

    Thanks for sharing the great recipes.

    What happened to the English words for the Hawaiian prayer?
    Mahalo

    Mango Magic
    Favorite raw Energy Elixir recipe from Michael Morningstar

    2-3 tsp. flax seeds
    2 tsp. raw sunflower seeds
    4-6 raw Brazil nuts or 4-8 soaked raw almonds
    1-2″ square inch of fresh coconut
    2-3 cups filtered water
    1 large mango (peel & remove pit)
    1/2 banana
    small slice fresh ginger
    1/3 cucumber or 2 celery stalks
    3- 5 leaves from green leafy lettuce (endive, romaine) or 1-2 leaves of chard

    Add the first five ingredients in a Vita-Mix or super blender and blend on high for 30 seconds. Next add all the remaining ingredients: peeled mango, banana, cucumber, greens, ginger and blend. The result is a delicious and easy Energy Elixir.

    Add a Blessing & Prayer of Gratitude

    Enjoy!

    Makes 2-3 servings

    What a great way to start the day and enjoy the magic of natural nutrition and energy from the nutrient dense seeds, nuts, fruits, herbs and green leaf plants.

    Michael Morningstar
    GreatNEWSCoach.com

  6. Christine says:

    Nuts N’ Berries Smoothie

    1/2 banana (or substitute half an avacado but eliminate the flax oil)
    4 oz. frozen acai
    1/3 to 1/2 c. frozen mixed berries
    1-2 T. cacao nibs
    3-4 each raw almonds AND macadamia nuts
    2 t. flax oil
    1 t. chopped flax seeds
    1 scoop Rainbow Light Food Based Protein Energizer (Rice Protein w/ spirulina, adaptogenic herbs and vegetable juice powder) or any protein preferably rice
    6-10 oz. Rice milk (original flavor)

  7. Kevin Gianni Kevin Gianni says:

    Some of you have had a problem posting… so the next three were submitted directly 🙂

    Raw Smoothie Recipe from Rachael

    Note: I couldn’t figure out how to add my smoothie recipe to the website, but here’s a good one. I never really liked papaya until I tried this.

    (I don’t measure either)

    Papaya Paradise:
    chunks of ripe red papaya
    chunks of ripe honeydew
    1 banana (frozen if possible)
    spinach or other greens
    about a cup of fresh-squeezed orange juice blend in blender or vitamix

    Live Awesome!
    Kevin

  8. Kevin Gianni Kevin Gianni says:

    Hi Kevin,

    I make a really delicious green smoothie thusly:

    1 large grapefruit, peeled, seeded and cut up
    1 large bunch of parsley, well washed
    1tbsp honey (or to taste)
    alkaline water

    Place the cut up grapefruit on the blades of the blender, then cut up into the container the large bunch of parsley,then add the honey to taste, then fill with 2 1/2-3 cups of alkaline water and blend.

    Very refreshing a nutritious.
    Kathryn Gold

  9. Kevin Gianni Kevin Gianni says:

    This is from Vicki:

    My favorite smoothie:

    1 large ripe mango chopped and frozen
    1 or 2 frozen banannas
    1 bunch/bag spinach
    3 or 4 cups of water (depending on how thick or thin you like your smoothie)

    Blend…Drink…Enjoy

    My kids love this smoothie too!!

  10. Paul says:

    This is my classic Bannana Berrie Superfoods Smoothie! All ingredients should be organic!

    2 – 3 cups of distilled/alkalinized/energized water (less if thicker is disired!)
    3-5 ripe bannanas
    2 cups of frozen berries(rasberries,blueberries,strawberries, ect)
    1/2 avocado ***
    1 tbsp of coconut oil ***
    1 tbsp of spirulina/and or blue green algae
    2 tbsp of barley grass powder
    2 tbsp of rice bran powder (riceplex!)
    If banannas are not ripe enough- add agave syrup and /or xylitol!!!

    *** : added for extra calories and richness
    if bannanas are frozen, will be like a milkshake!

    Enjoy and be energized! The green superfoods I feel are the best sources of digestable protein with the added benefit of chlorophyll!

  11. Superfood Smoothie

    1 ripe Banana
    20 Goji Berries (5 minutes soaked)
    1 tbsp Maca
    1 tbsp Cacao Nibs
    1/2 tsp HoShoWu (Chinese herb)
    1/2 tsp Tang Kuei
    Water

    This combination is great to balance hormones, like in PMS and Menopause.

    I also like this combination with 1 tbsp Spirulina and 1 tbsp Chlorella instead of Cacao Nibs, HoShoWu and Tang Kuei.

    Annet van Dorsser MSc
    http://www.TheBestNaturalDiet.com/

  12. Charissa F. says:

    Vitamin C+ Smoothie

    2 oranges
    1 big handful of strawberries (frozen or fresh)
    1 small handful of un-sweetened cranberries (I use frozen)
    1 heaping spoon of honey
    1 tray of ice cube
    Water

    The fruits in it are awesome stuff to fight an oncoming cold as they are loaded with vitamin C.
    This is one of my favourite smoothies.

  13. Kevin Gianni Kevin Gianni says:

    Some more…

    Raw Smoothie Recipe from Marielle

    I LOVE raw smoothies… so, thank you.

    Here is a recipe for what I’m currently doing for breakfast:
    (hopefully this goes without saying: everything is raw and organic :))

    Low Glycemic Morning Powerhouse
    1 tablespoon hemp nut seeds
    3 teaspoons of soaked golden flax seed
    1 tablespoon of coconut oil
    1 teaspoon of your favorite dried green supplement (ex. vitamineral greens)
    1 teaspoon of cacao
    1/2 teaspoon of maca
    bunch of gogi berries

    -you can add a teaspoon of your favorite honey or additional fruit to sweeten but then it’s no longer low glycemic

    This will keep you satiated until lunch.

  14. Bernadette says:

    Milk Smoothies…

    For those of you who are allergic to cow’s milk like me, here are some great tasting substitutes.

    12 raw macadamia nuts
    1.5-2 cups spring water
    Blend and strain.
    Add 1 frozen banana
    Blend.

    You can drink it just like this at this point…it is great, or you can make one of the flavors below…

    Maple walnut milk:
    Add 1/4 cup chopped walnuts
    1 tsp. Mt Capra Mineral Matrix

    Strawberry milk:
    Add 4-5 strawberries

    Chocolate milk:
    Add 1 tsp. of raw chocolate powder

    Variations…
    You can also substitute soaked almonds for the macadamia nuts.

  15. ZENERGIZING SMOOTHIE

    1 cup green tea (room temp or cold)*
    1 handful spinach
    1 apple, cored and chopped
    1 banana, peeled and chopped
    pinch nutmeg

    *To prepare tea without using much heat, if any at all, place a mason jar with a cup of water on your counter. Place an organic green tea bag in it for 6 hours or more. Or, you can place it in the sun 🙂

    Blend all of the ingredients until smooth in a blender and enjoy your zen state of mind!

    Chef Kristen Suzanne
    ——-

    http://www.KristensRaw.com

    http://www.KristensRaw.blogspot.com

  16. Allison says:

    Prickly Pear Passion Smoothie

    serves 2

    This is the most beautiful color and it tastes just as great! It’s prickly pear season and there are thousands of them on our place. I just hope they don’t get ripe at the same time!

    Ingredients
    8 ripe (purple) prickly pears, peeled
    1½ cups water
    3 ripe bananas
    1 teaspoon raw agave nectar
    Preparation
    Holding them with tongs, cut the ends off the prickly pears and slightly cut them lengthwise, not all the way through. Filet them like a fish and put the flesh in the blender. Do this 8 times. Add the water and blend. Pour the contents through a strainer into a bowl. Mash and swish the contents remaining in the strainer until you extract all the juice. Add this back into the blender with 3 bananas and sweetener of choice, I used agave nectar. Blend and enjoy!

  17. Karrie Gregson 'KG' says:

    I had to laugh when I read Kevin’s Recipe because my name (that I am called by friends) is ‘KG’ as well and I am the world’s biggest unmeasurer…Just DUMP IT IN, person. Very similar recipe too.

    AVOCADO DREAM ( I just love Avocado in Smoothies)

    1/2 Avocado (approx)
    1 frozen Banana
    small handful of raw almonds
    5-7 dates (depending on how sweet you want it)
    1 T Ground Flaxseed
    11/2 – 2 cups liquid (Water or a nut or soya milk, add depending on how thick you want it)

    Simple and DEVINE

    Karrie Gregson

  18. Kevin Gianni Kevin Gianni says:

    Some more… 🙂

    From JWSMITH

    I thought the mania was over Green Smoothies. No?
    I make mine starting with 1 piece of fruit, maybe 2 if I have something that really wants to be eaten that morning. Then I add greens–kale, spinach, parsley, mixed, chard, whatever, loosely packed in the blender. Then I add about 1/2 c. of any sort of sprouts I have going, and then about a tablespoon of spirulina or maca or cacao aand then, if I feel like it, a tablespoon of some fat — flax seed oil or coconut oil or tahini. If I’m looking forward to a day with a 50+mile bike ride, I include an avocado.

  19. Kevin Gianni Kevin Gianni says:

    I make a smoothie just about every day. The thing you have to be careful with is the food combining of course. I notice that people just throw everything and anything in the blender.

    My mother would make these when I was a little girl and now I make them for my own children.

    Carrot smoothie

    -carrot juice
    -3 tbs. raw cream
    -. frozen banana’s
    -blend till smooth and add a dash of nutmeg on top

    Carob Smoothie

    -almond milk
    -1 tbsp flax meal
    -3 tbsp raw carob powder
    -frozen bananas
    -1 tbsp of real maple syrup (optional)

    Two of my many favorites, simple yet amazingly delicious!!

    Happy blending
    Vanessa

  20. Kevin Gianni Kevin Gianni says:

    Hey Kevin,

    I have been following your AWESOME addition to the world of wellness and food and with a stack of great energy to boot!!

    I was a little shy to write before this, now I’m just getting in there! I agreed with you during the raw summit that action is important, so here i am and I too immediately made a green smoothie and have been ever since!

    Soo here I am contributing to your 100 smoothie recipes.

    the great thing about using the best quality ingredients its that it doesn’t matter if it doesn’t taste amazing all the time, but you drink it anyway knowing it’s loving you up, all over!!

    Morning Riches

    i tend to eyeball it, depending on how I’m feeling or who I’m making it for and what time of the day it is

    cacao beans/nibs/powder
    goji berries
    soaked walnuts
    flax seeds
    ginger knuckle
    chlorella or other green powder or E3live
    pinch salt
    fresh figs or soaked dried figs
    soaked dates (amount depends on your sweet tooth)
    cold mint tea (amount depends how thick u like it)

    blend well and chew well!

    Kevin you really are Awesome! You rock my world!!

    Anny Fodor Holistic Health Coach and Shiatsu Treatments
    I’ve given you the link to my site through my name. It would be great if you post it, to use a link not the address as its stupidly long!!

    In Full Wellness!!

  21. kali says:

    EYE’m Awake!
    Third Eye Opener Indigo Bliss Smoothie : D

    This is what I’ve been having for breakfast most mornings:

    8-ish dark purple org. grapes
    lots of org. frozen blueberries
    a few big chunks of org. frozen bananas
    a big spoon of raw almond butter
    a splash of sambazon organic acai juice
    a big glass of fiji water
    2 capfuls of non-alcohol vanilla extract
    whirl in the vitamix …
    My-OM-eye …. tastes like PURPLE!… simple but yummy!

    thanks, Kevin, for all your good works, energy and enthusiasm!

  22. My favorite breakfast smoothie that takes me to infinity and beyond:
    5 or 6 large frozen strawberries
    1 frozen banana
    1 tbsp. raw agave nectar
    1 cp. “love infused” cold water with tsp
    “Mineral Pure” added (see source link)
    1 scoop of “The Feast” (see source link)
    1 scoop of “Beyond Berries” (see source link)

    Blend until creamy and you won’t even think about lunch ’cause your body is sooo satisfied!
    source: http://www.urilife.com/rawfoodnut/products
    .html

  23. Dorothy says:

    Vanessa was mentioning food combinations. Can someone tell me what not to combine together. I tend to throw in whatever I have into a smoothie.
    Thank you,
    Dorothy

  24. Annie says:

    Hi All,
    Just thought I’d add this to the list of amazing recipes.
    Here goes:
    1 cucumber peeled
    1 grapefruit peeled
    1 lime peeled
    1/2 bunch cilantro, stems and all
    handful of parsley
    3-4 big leaves of kale
    ice or water and blend. enjoy!

  25. Ally Gator says:

    Oh man. Went dumpstering last night and got the haul of a lifetime. Distributed %80 but had a couple boxes left over. SO relieved to find such a site! Thanks for all the ideas! I ended up with a dumpster blend:

    strawberry spirutein
    strawberries
    goji berry juice
    coconut
    flax meal
    green+red leaf lettuce
    grapes (green+red+juice)
    Odwalla B monster

    Filled a pitcher and threw the rest in the freezer. What was that about being careful with food combinations? Ah, well, I guess if I’m eating out of a dumpster I’m really not the picky sort.
    (^____^)

  26. donna homer says:

    1 banana
    1 tbsp of honey
    1 hand full of chopped mixed nuts
    1 small pot of low fat natural yogurt
    half a pint of fresh apple juice

  27. Anne says:

    This turned out rather yummy.

    (all ingredients organic)
    1 sliced frozen banana
    1 peeled and cut frozen mango
    1/2 avocado
    3-5 strawberries
    big handful baby spinach
    optional: 1 tsp spirulina (I used nutrex brand)
    water to desired thickness

    blend and enjoy!

  28. jackie says:

    delicous smothie I like to call “sabai soul”

    3 kaffir lime leaves
    chunk of ginger
    1 vanilla bean
    1 cup of coconut milk

    puree all ingridients in food processor and fine mesh strain ginger , kaffir, and vanilla out of coconut milk into blender.

    add to strained coconut milk

    1 sprig of basil
    1 sprig cilantro
    meat of 1 young coconut
    agave syrup to sweeten to taste
    1 cup ice

    blend for 1-2 min on high

    mmmmm so tasty creamy and refreshing

  29. Mr Smith says:

    The most simple, yet Favorite!

    2 Bananas
    6 Frozen Strawberries
    1/2 cup of water
    About 1/2 cup of Ice

    BLEND & ENJOY:)

  30. Virginia says:

    This is a wonderful blog. I have learned to love my body and myself after eating raw and living healthy for the past three years, and now look forward to the rest of my life as a healthier, happier woman. My only comment is for the follow up to the “Danae Butterfly’s Loamy Lingam or Levitating Lotus!” recipe by Aurora Butterfly. As somebody who has family lineage in both Hawaii and Tonga, I find her use of that chant fairly problematic. Hawaiian chants do not “conjure majic”, nor do they cast spells. The chants we sing, and the language we use that is rapidly disappearing in front of our eyes, is used traditionally to worship our kings, queens, chiefs and Gods. I am fine with the use of this chant for this smootie (as it does look wonderfully delicious!), just please do not use it to conjure spells and magic. Use it to express your love for nature, and for the beauty of that which is my home. Finally, do it in hope for longevity and preservation of that what is left of Native Hawaiian culture.

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