How To Make A Green Smoothie That Isn't All Kale
Kitchen skills are not an issue for professional chef and TV personality Candice Kumai, but when she moved to New York, Kumai found she still needed a simpler way to meet her daily nutrition needs.
“Learning to watch my diet in a healthy way that was quick and easy was what I was looking for,” she says, and she found it in green drinks—juices and smoothies packed with leafy nutrition. “You certainly don’t need any cooking skills. Everyone can use a blender, and everybody can use a juicer,” she says.
The trouble is falling into a green juice rut, where every morning starts with the same kale-apple blend, and your taste buds get super bored (so they start asking for donuts). So, Kumai used her culinary training and experience to write a book full of tips and recipes, Clean Green Drinks, to help you avoid that very scenario.
And one strategy is super simple: stop using kale as a crutch and start to take advantage of the natural variety the world of greens offers.
Video: How to Make a Green Smoothie — 5 Step Template (whole food vegan, oil-free)
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