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Green Smoothies for Every Season - A Year of Farmers Market?Fresh Super Drinks - cover

Green Smoothies for Every Season - A Year of Farmers Market?Fresh Super Drinks

Kristine Miles

Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Summary

DRINK THE FRESHEST SUPERFOODS EACH SEASON HAS TO OFFER Capable of transforming your health in remarkable ways, leafy greens and fresh fruits are vital for living well and feeling great. Green Smoothies for Every Season provides the most effective way to harness the power of these antioxidant-rich superfoods with organic, fresh smoothies you make at home. Whether you’re blending fruits and vegetables from your own garden, local farmer’s market or neighborhood produce store, it’s possible to create tasty, nutritious smoothies no matter the season. Offering a carefully crafted recipe for each week of the year, Green Smoothies for Every Season serves up leafy greens and fresh fruits that are at their peak of flavor, ensuring that every smoothie is delicious. So plug in the blender and raise a glass to your health!
Available since: 01/21/2014.
Print length: 128 pages.

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