If I don’t hear at least 15 times daily “I am making a smoothie“, it will rain axes.
Seriously, some commercials get stuck in my kids’ brains and they just keep repeating same sentences over and over again. It gets pretty annoying, to say the least.
I make smoothies probably 5 times a week, for a whole family. It’s something we made it as a routine. I really love that idea very much. It’s like raw vitamin packed glass of goodness.
Anyhow, I never used raw Aloe Vera before. Even though it is quite disgusting to scoop out a flesh or a gel that is inside of the leaf, I add a bit in our smoothies. It mask it well with other delicious and nutritious ingredients.
On the other hand, my husband could eat it raw. Just like that without any hesitation.
If you never tried raw Aloe Vera, well, it is slimy and bitter. Very bitter, but fantastic for your body. Sometimes, we do overlook the taste as well as the slimy flesh when we
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How to peel A
Cut the aloe Vera leaf in sections, then with the sharp knife, carefully slice it in the middle, lengthwise.
Slice the flesh off with the knife or scoop it, if you wish and store in the lidded jar or airtight container. Keep it in the fridge and use as needed.
Kale, Aloe Vera, Banana, and Strawberry Smoothie
- 6 strawberries
- 1 large banana
- RAW aloe Vera – A couple of slices of aloe Vera gel.
- 1 cup Organic Aloe Vera Juice
- 1/2 cup Greek Strawberry Yogurt
- 2 cups Kale
- Handful ICE-CUBES
- Sweeten to taste
- Hemp Seeds
- Chia Seeds
- Blend everything for about 2-3 minutes, or until well blended and smooth. I used NutriBullet
- The sweetener is optional, as well as Add-ins.