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    Quote Originally Posted by careermum View Post
    Subbing, I always do the same thing everyday, or maybe substitute one fruit. Spinach/kale, Lebanese cucumber, ginger, parsley, mint, lemon, orange, apple, coconut water and ice.
    This sounds delicious - I'm trying it tomorrow

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    Ice will help with making it smooth as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekychook View Post
    Texture or taste? Or both? Do you think it can be saved if you add something else or just chuck it?

    Mine tasted good it was think but smooth enough. I have a very sensitive chuck reflex if textures are too blergh.
    Might have been the mint, not sure. More the taste than texture, maybe it just needed more ice for a colder taste...

    Tomorrow I think I will just do a berry and yoghurt one with chia seeds and wheat germ.

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    I had this ... But it was in the juicer.

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    My fav is banana, spinach, ice & water in the blender

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    Here's today's, it's very green!

    It had:
    - cos lettuce
    - spinach
    - Granny Smith apple
    - orange
    - Lebanese cucumber
    - coconut milk

    It was ok, I think I'll add ice next time to make it colder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I had this ... But it was in the juicer.

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    My fav is banana, spinach, ice & water in the blender
    I'm going to try your smoothie! Sounds yum.

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    It's not green but it's amazing!!!

    Watermelon, strawberries, cranberry juice, lime juice and ice... I was going to put a scoop of vanilla ice cream in, but was a good girl!

    Desperately trying to post a pic...

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    Hi. .. I'm joining in but I have a few questions.
    Do any of you use frozen fruit? Did they still turn out okay?
    I've read that you can keep them up to 2 days in this fridge, except if it has banana in it... Do you any of you do that? I couldn't possibly drink a whole one.
    What about storing it in a cold thermos or similar to take to work??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Hi. .. I'm joining in but I have a few questions.
    Do any of you use frozen fruit? Did they still turn out okay?
    I've read that you can keep them up to 2 days in this fridge, except if it has banana in it... Do you any of you do that? I couldn't possibly drink a whole one.
    What about storing it in a cold thermos or similar to take to work??

    Tia

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    I freeze my whole smoothie, bar the milk. I have them in little sandwich bags in the freezer. I put my oats, fruit,veges, yogurt and honey into the baggies.

    They turn out great. I just blitz the frozen stuff up a little before I add the milk of a morning.

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    Apple
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    I also love almond milk with frozen berries.

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