I’m not going to post pictures of my smoothies. Unless there are berries involved, due to the hemp protein, they’re all basically the same color: ugh.
The deliciousity of the morning involves, once again,
As for edibles:
- Large handful(s) of ripe cantaloupe
- A banana
- 1/8 cup hemp protein, unless you’re brave/sick enough for the whole 1/4 cup
- Handful of ice cubes – about 6 – 8
Ah! Refreshing and invigorating. The sweet nectar-like quality of ripe cantaloupe almost masks the texture of the protein. However, this key green ingredient cannot be left out, lest you shrivel and die due to malnutrition. And blame me for misguiding your eating habits. One cannot be vegan simply by removing animal products. Animal proteins must be replaced with plant proteins. Also, you can’t be truly crunchy if you allow white flours and sugar in your dwelling place. Milling your own wheat is essential to the balanced diet of the tree-hugging, daily-pooping granola people. And Agave Nectar is, well, the nectar of the gods. Also, if you have family who keep bees, you’re in luck. And flax seed is good for you. Sometimes I coffee-grind it and put it in my smoothies. Warning: it must be a banana-rich concoction to cope with the added healthy texture.