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two Oregon events “sold out, ” still have seats at one of them

Hey, thanks for your interest in my Oregon classes! Happy Valley and Corvallis are full. We have space in the Sandy, Oregon class: http://www.greensmoothiegirl.com/events/sandyoregonfreeclass/ We’re changing to a new ticketing system. But with the first one, we had the same issue as with the Utah classes: more people RSVP’d than actually went through the process […]

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My least-favorite things in Africa, part 4

Things I don’t love in Africa: 1.           Eating the Mopanie Worm. It’s a delicacy, the roads are covered with them, and locals eat them dried. Supposedly they’re very nutritious and high in protein. I have a personal philosophy of NOT eating caterpillars–in the photo below, I’m only hamming it up […]

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My favorite things in Africa, part 3

My friend Shari and I have traveled in 12 countries, in 3 continents, the past 4 years, together, plus many other countries separately. We seem to be amazingly lucky. We’ve been in, or missed by a day, five devastating natural disasters: a huge fire (South Africa), a landslide (Hong Kong), a 6.5 earthquake (Costa Rica), […]

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Announcing this FIRST for blog readers….LOCALS only

Back to more Africa reporting later…. FIRST THING: We instituted a ticketing system, rather than the old RSVP system, for the 5 classes I am teaching at Good Earth stores next week. When I got back from Africa, all of the classes were FULL except Orem, which has a little room left. American Fork and […]

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Under the Big African Sky, part 2

In the village of Muukuni, everyone lives in huts made of mud and straw. The “palaces” of the female and male chiefs are just BIGGER straw-mud huts. Virtually everyone drops out of school at age 15 because their families cannot afford to send them to secondary school through age 18. I am fascinated by this […]

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Under the Big African Sky, part 1

I love to travel, to see how others live. How they are the same, how they are different. How they eat, not least of all. I’m thrilled by names, places, people, animals, transportation. A tiny international airport in Zambia where they hand-write the tickets and cats wander the waiting area. I spent four days roughing […]

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Back from Africa: Green Smoothies, Detox, and Dr. Oz

I’m just back after 2 weeks in Africa, perhaps the most amazing trip of my life. I’ll show-n-tell about it this week. Meantime, I’m getting a late start on our detox, but I’m on it! Are you? I’m doing half a gallon of green smoothies daily, and 100% raw, for the rest of January. When […]

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A tip from Jacque in Alpine, Utah

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I recently read in a comment that you are looking into gluten free recipes, etc. I wanted to let you know about this 9 grain bread being sold at Alpine Food Storage. Maybe you’ve already heard about it, but I am really impressed since most of the gluten free alternatives consist of merely […]

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Mary kicks white carbs to the curb!

Dear GreenSmoothieGirl: I sent you my story of healing over the past six years. I hope you received it. [From Robyn: I didn't. ??] Just want to add that if I eat no “white” nor alcohol, I have no inflammation, i.e., pain, in my body. I have fibromyalgia and arthritis, and went from being bed-ridden […]

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Utah Free Classes

Provo Utah free class Green smoothie clinic, demo and book signing! Jan. 17, 7 p.m. Good Earth 1045 So. University Ave., Provo Click here to register Orem Utah free class Green smoothie clinic, demo, and book signing! Jan. 18, 7 p.m. Good Earth 500 South State Str., Orem Click here to register American Fork Utah […]

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