Fancy mayo is expensive. Why not make it cheaper and fresher in your Vitamix. Just a warning, though…this one’s got a kick.
One of the unique things a Vitamix can do is make nut butters out of raw nuts. Last week, I made honey roasted peanut butter out of raw peanuts. OMG.
This terrific salad topper is full of cleansing, whole ingredients, and you can make a whole bottle with elements you probably already have in your kitchen.
Jamba Juice is a huge smoothie chain (and they only use Vitamix!) Here’s a look under the (blender) lid at one of their most popular fruity smoothies.
Green tea is alkaline and a terrific antioxidant. Along with the cayenne and lemon, you’ll fight free radicals and diseases and feel great all day long.
As part of L2B’s focus on Indian food this week, here is a sweet, vegan well-spiced Indian soup that’s easy to make and has a terrific blend of savory notes.
Mango Lassi is a traditional Indian beverage that combines mango, sugar, plain yogurt, and a few other ingredients. This one’s from Emeril Lagasse.
This egg-less, soy-less mayo combines some AWESOME ingredients for a creamy, cleansing mayo with a kick! Turmeric, apple cider vinegar, coconut oil, etc.!
By subbing walnuts for pine nuts in this pesto, you boost your omega-3s and antioxidants, as well as shrink stress. Great as a dip or appetizer.