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“cleanup” on group orders

I leave tonight on a redeye to Costa Rica for a week where I intend to get really brown and see some rain forest and butterfly farms and beaches and volcanoes.   While I’m gone, I will magically continue to blog! Tomorrow 2,000 lbs. of raw almonds (again, sold only in 100 lb. increments) will […]

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more food logs: a really busy day, and a weekend day

I want you to get a sense of what a day looks like when I’m just not at home, no time to prepare.   And a weekend when we do have extra time.   A couple of people wrote me (or posted) last time I wrote up a food log: oh! I guess that’s not […]

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spinach and other personal items

I just drove my 11-year old daughter Libby and her teammate Tristan home from their soccer game in another city.   I started this really funny conversation with Tristan in an effort to end my daughter’s rant about how much she hates practicing the piano:   Me:   Tristan, do you take piano lessons?   […]

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Vitamineral green?

Is vitamineral green a powder or a liquid?     Thanks, I will be traveling and it will make a difference to me what form it is in.

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Easy school lunch ideas

Here’s the second topic I’d like to ask your help for. Because I get lots of questions about it, I’m going to put a recipe collection together of healthy lunch ideas (especially school lunches). If you email me (robyn@greensmoothiegirl.com) or post on this blog with your favorite ideas (recipes encouraged!), I’ll put you on a […]

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Finally a legislator is stepping up! . . . part 4 of 4

This is the email I received from my legislator, Rep. Steve Sandstrom (haven’t heard from Sen. John Valentine, president of the Senate, yet).   Write him at ssandstrom@utah.gov and tell him thanks and encouragement for his commitment to sponsor a bill to help our kids.   Robyn,   I would whole-heartedly support or sponsor such […]

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Best Colon Cleanse . . . part 7 of 9 on ELIMINATION

I love the GSG Detox program! Don’t underestimate it—it’s a commitment! Its a 26 day program that will clean your colon and several other organs in your body, and most likely the most productive rest-and-repair you will have given your body in an entire lifetime. Often the rubbery, mucoid plaque (described and shown in hundreds […]

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look what ELSE is in the garden!

You saw my 5′ tall spinach plants.   Now here’s my 5′ tall gopher snake.   Actually it was in my neighbor’s garden during our party last night.   Fun, huh?   Happy 4th of July!   (Just think, if we didn’t get our independence from England, things could be worse: we could be eating […]

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fun with community supported agriculture

  I just got home from picking up at our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) co-op.   We each paid $400 for a half share: weekly pickups of whatever they have, for a 4.5-month growing season.   Four friends and I take turns picking up.   It has been so much fun!   This week, we […]

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Does God want us to eat plant food? . . . part 2 of 4

Words of modern prophets confirm what I said yesterday, that God put plant foods on the planet to but nourish us and prevent disease.   Ezra Taft Benson was not only the leader of the 8-million strong LDS (Mormon) Church in the 1980s, but he was also a former head of the U.S. Department of […]

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