If you have been making smoothie with 6 healthy foods you should never add to your smoothie talked about in this video, you need to stop and watch this video ASAP. I was making the same mistake until l came across this video tutorial.
6 Healthy Foods You Should Never Add To Your Smoothie! Kale and coriander are no more the cool in your smoothie.
Being in the modern life also changes your food especially when talking about a perfect smoothie; you can add anything to get the taste depending upon your diet routine.
However, because something is insane doesn’t mean you ought to stick it in your blender and hit “beat”.
These six fixings are ensured to demolish your smoothie’s taste or surface, or even break your most loved kitchen machine.
Whole Dates: Adding whole dates as a sweeter has always been an idea but what you’ll get in the best, in the end, are sticky pieces that don’t scatter the dates’ sweetness equitably.
You can thoroughly add them to your drink,simply hack them finely first or absorb them boiling water for 15 minutes to mollify the mup.
Adding dates is still a good idea, but add them after removing the stickiness.
Mustard Greens: Believe it or not, your smoothie doesn’t need Mustard green.
They’re stuffed with nourishment.
Be that as it may, uncooked, they have an unmistakably zesty flavour that not even the sweetest organic product on Earth can completely veil.
Stay with kale or infant spinach for your green smoothies, and spare these full-enhanced leaves for mix fries and sautés.
Nobody will believe you’re weaker for doing as such.
This green ingredient is a guaranteed run into your smoothie.
Raw Beets: That profound magenta shading is surely something,right? In any case, unless you have a Vitamix, avoid hurling these crude root veggies into your drink.
A ho-murmur blender is just truly fit for blitzing your beets into the surface of snappy cooking oats.
On the off chance that you need to do a red smoothie, cook and peel your beets first.
(Wrapping them in thwart and heating at 425˚for 60 minutes will do the trap).
The perfect reddish purple colour will do the trick along with the freshness of the zesty flavour only when cooked nicely and mixed with better ingredients.
Fresh Ginger: In spite of the attractive pictures and the guaranteed tasty endeavour the smoothie recipes show, adding fresh ginger in your drink is as bad as eating it raw.
You can’t simply hurl a handle of crisp ginger into your blender and get a tasty, consistently enhanced drink.
VitaMix people aside, don’t forget to mince or mash your ginger finely before hurling it in the blender.
A ginger paste will always pay off the flavour and taste to your drink.
Celery: Remember the bitter, stingy taste of the raw celery? That’s what your drink will get by mixing raw celery in it.
They’re fine when you’re nibbling on as talk; however, if you attempt to drink that, you’re most likely going to choke.
Also, let’s be realistic: Don’t fall for the temptation and never add raw celery in your smoothie.
The last thing you would want would be your drink tasting like a Thanksgiving stuffing.
Ice: This one might sound a bit unusual, but a smoothie doesn’t need the blend of ice to make it better.
Your drink’s always better without ice.
Ice weakens a smoothie’s flavour and leaves the surface slushy and watery.
Also after some time, it thoroughly wrecks the sharp edges of your blender.