Fruit Purees and Smoothies

Any fruit can be blended and eaten.  A ripe banana can be added for more sweetness.  Apples also give body to purees.

Fruit Smoothies can include any of these items:

For Body:  apple and or banana or watermelon

To Add Living Vitamins and Enzymes:  sprouted grains such as wheat, rye, quinoa.

Liquid: pure water or fruit juice or rejuvelac (Note:  Rejuvelac acts as a preservative and adds more nutrition.)

For Calories and a Smooth Texture:  avocado (Always blend as the last item.  Do not over blend.)

To Add Protein, Minerals, or for a Different Texture:  sunflower seed sprouts (high in complete protein), pumpkin seed sprouts (high in zinc),  soaked almonds (rich in calcium), ground hulled white sesame (especially rich in calcium and magnesium)

Seasonings (Note:  These are optional and most people should avoid these while detoxifying): cinnamon, cloves, allspice. pumpkin spice, ginger .

Note:  Purees and Smoothies made with rejuvelac can be blended in the morning and small amounts eaten throughout the day.  This can be a nutritional breakthrough for busy people because they do not have to stop at each “meal” and decide what to eat that is good for them.  All they have to do is keep this blended food in the fridge.  Leftover smoothies can be dehydrated and made into fruit roll-ups.

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