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    This dosen't deserve it's own thread...
    It really dosen't, so this seems like a good place to put all things that don't deserve thier own thread.

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    Today I made a blueberry smoothie. Good Stuff. See, last weekend we went to Michigan and we got 10lbs of blueberries, so we have plenty.
    If you want to make a blueberrie smoothie - here is the recipie -
    1 Blender
    lots of blueberries
    about 3 scoops of icecream
    touch of milk
    three handfulls of ice

    If you're not a blueberry fan, replace blueberries with fruit of your choice.
    p.s. Rhasberries don't work very well..the seeds are too big.

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    mmm..... thanks. It is good. I think ill make some more!

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    That doesnt sound like a smoothie at all! That sounds more like a blueberry milkshake or plain shake.. sounds really yummy though

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    Yeah a blueberry shake, smoothy, whatever! Sounds too yummy!

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    strange thing happened...after I made it, I came to the conclusion that I made too much and put half in the fridge...when I brought it out it was no longer purple - now it was grey and didn't taste as good. Hrm...strange.

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    If you want a smoothie. Increase the ice and decrease the ice cream.
    Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!

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    Hmm... this is how you make a Blueberry Smoothie:

    1 ripe medium banana
    3/4 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
    1/4 cup nonfat vanilla yogurt
    3/4 cup skim milk
    Pinch of cinnamon
    1/2 cup crushed ice


    but gimme a fresh Mango and Orange smoothie... with no added sugars made with full fat bio yogurt, mangos and whole oranges, not that concentrated crap.


    yummie...

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