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“High in vitamin C, omega 3s, and beta carotene this is a morning treat that won't steer you wrong. The overall flavor is a light citrusy flavor. At first I did half the banana and pineapple, but felt the celery was too prominent, so I added the other half of the pineapple. I make my own fat free greek yogurt, the recipe is on the site elsewhere. Note that the banana and pineapple were frozen. This way I didn't need to add ice cubes. You can always add half a cup of ice if you're using non-frozen fruit. Also, all fruit is fresh (fresh frozen) not canned. If you use canned, it retains its nutrients but try to avoid any additives.”
16 ounces

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  1. Chop up everything into chunks. Put carrots and celery into quality blender (I have an old circa 1964 Vitamix) first.
  2. Add rest of ingredients.
  3. Blend until thick and smooth. Use tamper to make sure there are no lumps.
  4. Serve immediately. If you're saving a serving, put it in freezer and remove from freezer the next day half an hour before you want to drink it.

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