I won't be posting every time I make a blend up, that would be most tedious. However, I just finished one then and I was actually really happy it turned out a reassuring, fragrant beige. You'll recall a recent blend that was a violent puce. Here's what I think I put in today. (Insert usual faulty memory disclaimer)
A largish organic orange sweet potato
Some almonds, about 1/3 of a cup
Some great local pinenuts, maybe 1/4 cup
Chia seed, about a heaped Tbspn
Half a red and half a green capsicum (that's bell pepper for some of you)
A medium lebanese cucumber
Huge ripe yellow peach
3 big cloves local garlic (mm, garlic and peach, yum!)
A large bunch of fresh dill
Wakame seaweed, maybe 20 flakes - a large pinch
Olive oil, about 3 Tbspns
Flaxseed oil, about 1 Tbspn
3 cms ginger root, peeled
2 Tbspns organic blackstrap molasses
Organic oat milk
Biodynamic pear and apple juice
No blue M&Ms available today, oh well. No avocado either, because $3.70 is just too much to pay for a small unripe one from too far away. I'll wait for the avos. and this molasses thing, don't get me wrong, it's fabulous stuff, but I had a choice of organic molasses from either Colombia or Paraguay - and we produce so much organic sugar right here in Oz! There must be some, I'll have to look harder. Since you're wondering, I went for the Paraguayan molasses. As I have never imbibed a product of Paraguay before.
I ended up with 7X400ml feeds. Beige, beautiful beige.
Not beige. The Rio Paraguay.