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almond status, my dinner party, and a teaser about something EXCITING!

So lots of you have been getting your group buy items. It’s fun and the almonds JUST came out of the trees–you’ve probably never had them so fresh in your life! The one problem we’ve had this year is that almonds came out of the trees later than expected due to weather (Butte Padres, the […]

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Refined sugar in junk food

Each cube is a teaspoonful of sugar. (I wish the raw fruits and vegetables didn’t show sugar cubes, because the sugars in them are not refined and therefore so much better.)

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My almonds have arrived!

Well UPS just dropped off 100#’s of almonds at my front door. Guess I need to get busy dividing and delivering to the folks who went in with me on this group buy. Then I get to fill my freezer with the remaining 60# we are keeping for ourselves.

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thoughts on service

I don’t know about you-all, but I have a lot of sick people in my life right now. A couple of my tennis-club girlfriends are having serious issues affecting their ability to play–these being women in their 30′s and 40′s–like ovarian cancer and blurry vision suspected to be a brain tumor. Another of my good […]

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What should I buy organic, and what isn’t such a big deal?

You’ve heard of the “dirty dozen,” the fruits and vegetables that test highest for pesticide sprays. Top of the list is PEACHES. My suggestion? Plant a peach tree! I have three. Here are the others in the top 12 to buy organic or grow yourself, wherever possible: Peaches Apples Bell Peppers Celery Nectarines Strawberries Cherries […]

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My GS Drinker

Here’s GSG reader Mary Kathryn’s cute daughter Chloe, with her green smoothie mustache. Chloe is small for her age, but MK feels much better knowing she’s getting greens every day. MK’s sister made a GS for Chloe when she was a year old, and she fell in love. Nine months later she still loves them […]

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green smoothies, free apples, strep throat, antibiotics

Locals, if you’re near Lindon / North Orem, there are boxes of free apples in the “Share the Bounty” hut near my house: just south of Center St. on 400 E. (just on the Orem side). They’re not pretty (so they’re probably unsprayed) so the owner clearly could not sell these apples, but they taste […]

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request for testimonials

Hi everyone, I’m getting ready to launch not only my affiliate program, but also the EXPANDED, shipping 12 Steps to Whole Foods program (printed manual and recipes, dvd’s, cd’s, journal, all add’l recipe collections on cd, AND The Green Smoothies Diet book). If you’re a 12 Stepper and you’re willing to write me a detailed […]

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How much plant food does America eat?

Check out this story from USA Today, below. Go ahead and gloat that if your child is drinking even a pint of green smoothie daily even with NO other fruit and vegetable intake, he is ahead of at least 90.5 percent of American teenagers. (My guess is that you’re outpacing more like 99% of teens, […]

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How do I convert resistant family members to eating right?

If you know my writing, you know I’m always encouraging my readers to share with others what they’re learning that has changed their lives. One of my most common conversations with whole-foods enthusiasts and 12 Steps to Whole Foods converts is around this issue.   Here’s an email I got: “Dear GreenSmoothieGirl, I am excited […]

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