Farmer’s Market _ Sunday

Farmers sn 4.20.8

Awesome Broccoli Greens!! Whoo Hoo! yay colorful stars Quite gorgeous, fresh ‘n’ ready :^). *Love* the almost-blue dark green. Of course, lots of Eat To Live ‘butter,’ the HOGacado (aka avoHOGo) that I am, I had to get me a couple ;^D This time, bacon and hass.

Ooh, and scored on some whole nuts! These were grown by a small farmer. He was not certified, but said he was organic. Oh, well, ya gotta trust someone sometime 🙂 Into the freezer go they. Hmm…hope there’s room.
No organic sprouts this time, but Thursday is sprout day, so I’ll stock up then along with some other goodies.
Some purty flowers, of course…To the left of the almonds is a type of choi, not sure which. Choi/choy is another cruciferous vegetable, so super-nutrient rich, very high in calcium. I love the super-dark green ones best 😀 No watermelon radishes disgust upset.

Oh, and, it got cut off in the top pic, but I got one of these Chinese lettuces — Wo Ju, or “celtuce,” “asparagus lettuce,” “stem lettuce,” “celery lettuce,” “Woo Chu,” “Wo Sun,” “Stemuretasu,” “Kaki-Jisha” Whew — the center of which, I haven’t tasted! (at least I don’t remember) It looks like a long root. I was told to peel and eat the center. So, as ordered, shall tonight 😉

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Speaking of sprouts, I’ve been adding them to my GJGS’s — a concoction I came up with for my version of a green smoothie drink — Green Juicie Green Smoothie. It’s juiced leafy greens + whole leafy greens + whole fruit + liquid (I like my herbal ptisanes) = YUMMY! This way, I’m getting in enough greens (more, actually, than I was before with just Green Smoothies) without the bulk. Four (edited: now 7-fabulous!) years of ETL and I’m at a point now where I eat about 1/2 the volume as when I started. Quite a difference! But *awe*some, nonetheless. Plus, I really, really, really have come to hate the feeling of fullness; and now, I practice hara hachi bu. AND I still get the nutrition of the whole leaves; so this, methinks, is one of my better ideasbrows AND I get the extra greens power from the green juice. I’m super-soaked in green goodness!

Here’s one of my GJGSs:

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This is how I really drink them though :

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FANTABULOUSness all over the place ;^)lol yellow rolling ETL

Pox_Large row smiles

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9 Comments

  1. July 2, 2008 at 1:16 pm

    […] I faithfully get in LOADS of greens — whole leaves, blended AND greens, juiced — via my Green Juicie, Green Smoothies! Plus good fats every day — avocado, unsalted, raw, organic olives (FABUlous!!); various nuts […]

  2. BeStrixed said,

    July 2, 2008 at 1:18 pm

    […] I faithfully get in LOADS of greens — whole leaves, blended AND greens, juiced — via my Green Juicie, Green Smoothies! Plus good fats every day — avocado, unsalted, raw, organic olives (FABUlous!!); various nuts […]

  3. July 15, 2008 at 3:26 pm

    […] example of sources for digestive enzymes from fruits would be papaya and pineapple. Add them to a Green JUICIE Green SMOOTHIE with a small piece of ginger and you’re good to go! I sometimes use the kefir in my […]

  4. July 21, 2008 at 4:47 pm

    […] like to add pure watermelon rind juice to my Green Juicie Green Smoothies; but during the summer, it makes a nice refreshing drink on it’s own with a little help from […]

  5. October 28, 2008 at 11:35 am

    […] it on my teeth. I have no problem with anything acidic if I drink it through a straw, like my Green Juicie Green smoothies, because it bypasses my […]

  6. April 9, 2009 at 3:31 pm

    […] salads; in dressings; relishes, and salsas (would be great for cranberry sauce); add to ptisans; my Green Juicie Green Smoothies;  and, yes, I even added them to my latest batch of cultured veggies!  Here are a […]

  7. May 14, 2009 at 12:36 pm

    […] Pretty darned green! Another Super Cruciferrific GJGS… […]

  8. June 10, 2010 at 10:59 am

    […] When I juiced it, the flavor was strong. It’s like ginger in this sense. Basically, small amounts needed. I love it in my GJGS’s (green juicie green smoothies). […]

  9. August 31, 2011 at 3:35 am

    Mmmmmm, these look wonderful! I’m still doing usual green smoothies because I don’t have a juicer, but I imagine they would be even yummier with some green juice in them. 🙂


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