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Alkaline Diet Cook Book

This recipe comes from our good friend Ross at energiseforlife.com and is taken from his Alkaline Diet Cook Book that he launched just last month.

It is a combination of the most alkalizing, energizing green foods, is packed full of chlorophyll from the green veggies and gives you a great energy boost!

Ingredients

  • 2 sticks of celery
  • 2 sticks of chard
  • 1 large handful of baby spinach leaves
  • 1 cucumber
  • 6 lettuce leaves
  • 1 broccoli head and stalk

Juice these all together and enjoy the energy buzz! Ross has heaps more alkaline recipes over at his Alkaline Diet Blog.

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Julie February 16, 2012

Hi –
I would like to know if the majority of your recipes are for 1 serving?

Thank you!

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Jason Manheim February 16, 2012

This particular recipe is a submitted recipe but most on the site fill about 2 full glasses or so. which is a single serving for most people.

Experimentation is encouraged. Play around with amounts and find what works for you in terms of quantity and texture.

If it’s too much for you in one sitting, seal the rest up and keep in the fridge no more than 24 hours. Keep in mind the longer it sits in the fridge, the more nutrients you’ll be losing.

Hope that helps!

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Roberta Neels August 22, 2012

I just got your book last night.I love green smoothies and juices.I look foreward to trying these.

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Jason Manheim September 3, 2012

Thanks, Roberta! Let me know what you think!

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Tori December 31, 2012

Can you make these recipes with a food processor?? Thats all I have at the moment.

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Jason Manheim January 2, 2013

I have never personally tried making green smoothies in a food processor but those who have written in that have, say it takes a bit more to get it smooth and if you’re not careful will start to heat the smoothie (which you don’t want). Also, you have to make it in small batches.

Experiment and let us know how it goes. Worst case scenario: add some salt and peper; you just made a tasty soup. ;)

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Lestine Rolle February 5, 2013

Can’t wait to start drinking your green drinks!

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Jason Manheim February 5, 2013

Correction, *your* green drinks! ;)

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Lestine Rolle February 5, 2013

yes, thank you for that, it would be mine…

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