Overpriced you say?
Maybe. If you don't have one.
I thought the same thing....even though I wanted one.
So here we were, walking around Costco and what do I peer?
A little stand with a big presence.
A woman, calmly and excitedly making soup, making ice cream, making rice flour passing the samples around.
I must have stood awestruck for a good 10 minutes (the whole time the Mr. is glaring at me, glaring at the price chart, glaring back at me).
I'm roped in.
I can't help it.
I wanted it.
I bought it.
Now, what should I name it?!?!
Is it a male presence in the kitchen perhaps, because its rugged, tough, dare I say sexy?
Yup, its definitely a male.....stay tuned on his name.
So now put him to good use.
I figured the first step was to see what all the hype about making smoothies with this machine was about - that and its likely best to start with something less intimidating when you don't know what to expect from the machine itself.
I had bought a magic bullet because I saw the infomercials and people swore by them, I hated it. It never broke down my ice for my cocktails the way I wanted it to be, it liked to overheat a lot it was a mess to clean....so glad I no longer need this device!!
So lets get down to the green (and I don't mean how much I spent, its a sore spot)
The beginning of a love affair. It REALLY REALLY does what it says its going to do!
Here's what was in our very first GREEN smoothie.
handful of grapes
1 stalk celery, halved
1 in. round piece of pineapple (core or not)
1/2 an orange, most of the rind cut off (but left some on for nutritional value)
handful of spinach
1 c. ice
Starting on speed 1 and slowly moving to 10 then the "high" switch blend for about 45 seconds.
Could that really be all it takes?
And....drink your fruits and veggies family :)
It is pretty easy to be green Kermit....