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    @TeamCarts , apparently apple seeds have some sort of poison in them or something like that. I've been told to cut them out. I'm sure a tiny amount would be fine though.

    I usually make smoothies. Generally with whatever fruit is laying around. Though, mainly watermelon, strawberries, frozen berries, bananas, apples. As pp said banana makes it thicker and creamier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSW13 View Post
    @TeamCarts , apparently apple seeds have some sort of poison in them or something like that. I've been told to cut them out. I'm sure a tiny amount would be fine though.

    I usually make smoothies. Generally with whatever fruit is laying around. Though, mainly watermelon, strawberries, frozen berries, bananas, apples. As pp said banana makes it thicker and creamier.
    Thanks for your concern I didn't know that. I don't actually eat many apples due to them flaring up my annoying IBS. Might throw one in every now and then but I'm pretty confident that amount won't hurt me
    I usually use, watermelon, grapes, mixed berries, celery, cucumber, pineapple, carrots, orange and the odd pear or apple.

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    I had a magic bullet that I loved and my mum acquired. We now have the nutri bullet and I don't find it as good. Maybe we got a dud one but you can smell the engine starting to burn after maybe 5 seconds and the blade is rather difficult to clean. Could just be our one though. I have found both of them attack anything no worries but I now try to keep anything that will be really thick away from it due to the burning smell so it doesn't work as hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSW13 View Post
    @TeamCarts , apparently apple seeds have some sort of poison in them or something like that. I've been told to cut them out. I'm sure a tiny amount would be fine though.

    I usually make smoothies. Generally with whatever fruit is laying around. Though, mainly watermelon, strawberries, frozen berries, bananas, apples. As pp said banana makes it thicker and creamier.
    Yes apple seeds contain cyanide

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