Yesterday I went to the forest and picked beautiful dandelions leaves (and flowers!) along the way. I love dandelions because they are so good for the liver. You can use them easily in a smoothie with bananas.
If you cannot have access to freshly picked wild dandelions, you can try herbs like cilantro. I am passionate about cilantro, whether it is in savory or sweet dishes. Try cilantro and bananas or mangoes, again this is a fantastic green smoothie for you, very detoxing and delicious.
Which herb do you prefer my friend my sister? Lots of love to you!
Is it really a green smoothie? Yes because it has curly lettuce but no because the wild blueberries give it a fantastic purple color! Add some ginger and coconut water and this is the best treat ever my friend my sister!
You can add toppings such as grated coconut and cacao nibs from Raw Living of course:
Hemp seeds? You can use them to create vegan milk. You can also add them to a smoothie for extra protein and a good texture. Lastly, I like to use hemp seeds as toppings for my raw soups. Enjoy! They are extra rich in omega 3s and have a delicious nutty flavor.
Next time I won’t do the mistake of waiting until my precious organic broccoli has turned yellow before getting the idea to turn them into cultured vegetables.
Making fermented veggies is so easy: just add a tablespoon of sea salt in a jar with your favorite vegetable cut into little pieces and make sure you add water to cover it entirely. Let it sit on the kitchen counter for a day or two so you get free probiotics!
Forget botox! Markus Rothkranz came up with a natural alternative, the collagen kit.
I am delighted to present today my own version of taking care of my skin with natural collagen. In this smoothie I mix bananas, Sharon’s fruits, fresh ginger root, cilantro, sea moss and vitamin C powder from Markus store. So goooood!!!