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I never thought I’d enjoy drinking parsley in a green smoothie.
Parsley has such a strong, distinctive taste that I was quite sure I’d never find a way to drink it (and actually enjoy it).
And then I stumbled onto this gem.
I love accidental discoveries.
I’ve created some of my best recipes by accident.
“Whoops, I added too much spice.”
Or “Whoops, I left out an entire ingredient.”
Or my favourite, “Whoops, I forgot to buy some of that, I’ll just chuck in some of this instead.”
And then “Hey, this kind of actually tastes awesome.”
Well, this is one of those kind of recipes.
It was during my “green smoothie experimentation” phase. The one where I was trying all kinds of crazy combinations and making lots of duds.
This, however, is most definitely NOT a dud.
I just chucked in a bit of everything that I had on hand. Some pears, some apples, a plum or two and lots of bananas.
Always lots of bananas.
And what emerged was a sweet, gentle, amazing combination that almost tastes like cinnamon.
And it has lots of parsley in it.
Which is very good for you, I understand.
And yet you can’t really taste it. I mean you can, but somehow it’s not parsley any more.
I am truly in awe of the way that you can combine simple, whole foods to create the most amazing, unexpected results.
Pear and Parsley Smoothie recipe
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