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ideas for those putting together a larger raw almond group buy

For those of you wanting to make some money in addition to get your own raw almonds free, I have some suggestions based on phone calls I am receiving around the U.S.: 1.   Contact owners of small health food stores.   (Several health food store owners have called me.)   Ask if they want […]

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Q&A about raw almonds / group buys

I apologize for this impersonal way to talk to everyone who wrote asking q’s about the almonds.  But some of the questions are duplicative, so I’m killing all the birds with one stone.  Wait, that’s a bad analogy.  No one likes to be compared to dead birds.  Point is, I’ve got more emails than I […]

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recipes to use your raw almonds

Those of you who subscribe to 12 Steps to Whole Foods (http://www.greensmoothiegirl.com/12-steps-to-whole-food-eating.html) have recipes to use raw, germinated  almonds in Ch. 7 and will have more in Ch. 11.   But here are two more recipes for you: SPROUTED ALMOND PATE (WRAP FILLING) 2 cups almonds, soaked overnight and drained 3 carrots handful of fresh […]

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direct links to ordering pages for raw almond group buy

If you’re local (Wasatch Front), here’s the direct link to the ordering page to get wholesale raw almonds, colloidal silver, agave nectar and Anti-Plague formula: http://www.greensmoothiegirl.com/bulk/index.php?shipping=0 If you’re non-local, here’s the direct link to the raw almond ordering page: http://www.greensmoothiegirl.com/bulk/index.php?shipping=1    

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Earn $825+ getting RAW ALMONDS for you and your friends

You can earn $825 or more by having your friends participate in this buy–read details below. California’s almond trees have just been harvested, and it’s a bumper crop! Almonds should be on anyone’s top 10 list of most-nutritious foods. When you soak truly raw almonds, they sprout and are nutritionally worth 200% to 500% more: […]

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Energy drinks: attention, parents of teens!

Visiting my best friend in San Francisco recently, I sat outside her high-end convenience/grocery store in the very affluent suburb of Piedmont grading papers.   The high school kids arrived en masse, at lunch and after school.   An amazing amount of candy and energy drinks walk out of that place–thousands of dollars’ worth daily. […]

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the campaign to make high fructose corn syrup a health food

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I’m a doctor and have  patients influenced by the ads lately promoting high fructose corn syrup as a nutritious food.   How can I convince them otherwise? Answer:   I believe HFCS to be the most destructive of the refined, concentrated sweeteners (with white cane sugar being a close second).   Please read […]

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GreenSmoothieGirl Nutrition Quiz: new! improved! interactive!

Here it is, at last, the refined quiz to test how excellent,  energy promoting, and disease preventing  your diet is.   It should identify ways you can improve, and of course you know that  EVERY  ONE of those ways  is addressed in 12 Steps to Whole Foods.   It’s interactive, so your score is totalled […]

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You don’t eat meat? Then where do you get your protein?

I know, I’ve blogged about this more than any other subject.   But I’m going to say a few more things about it today, just in a slightly different way, because of that old statistic that people have to hear something 11 times before they believe it.   And because that’s the question we plant […]

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Manifesto 12 Questions

Okay… so now I’m freaking out. I have been 80% for 2 yrs and 100% vegan on and off during that two years. If it comes in a package I don’t buy it let alone eat it. I cycle 25-30mi 3 times a week and walk 4 miles a day when not on the bike. […]

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